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Old January 15th, 2019, 12:51 PM #21
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As long as you volunteer to carry it downrange and back.
I have never carried my steel 200 yards. There is a truck path. It might be a bit rough for a pony car but for us with trucks it works fine.
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I used to go to a private shoot out in WV every year, up in the hills. They'd clear out a huge pasture and we'd all go to town.

One year a guy from the NRA firearms museum brought out some toys, including a Lahti. Being anywhere nearby when that thing was fired was.... an experience. I thought .50BMG was forceful, but the Lahti was like getting kicked in the chest. He brought a drive cog from a tank that we hung up about 400 yards downrange, and that Lahti was just punching huge holes in the thing. It was incredible.
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