Thanks Mark, the ranch owner is allowing, actually encouraging us to keep the course upJuly 30 2017 at 12:57 PM
|Wayne Burns (Login WayneBurns)|
Response to Nice report Wayne.
so we'll have more "steel critter" hunters visiting... to reduce the population of the digger squirrels in the pastures nearby as well.
So Randy and I are offering practice time or lessons for newbees on the range for a small fee, and/or free hunting nearby.
We'll be shooting fun matches on the other course too "Humility Hill" on the other 600 ac pasture. WE built that course too, and it's got really steep down hill shots that are very important for anyone serious about FT competing should experience. I know you folks down there have that with the "pit".. it kicked my butt when I first experience it a few years back. This is a little different with the prevailing wind so strong and tricky as it barrels into that steep hillside. Even a calm day creates incredibly difficult reads.... great training while enjoying incredible views of the valley and mountains.
That's two 26 lane and 10 lane pistol courses in really differnt wind conditions... pretty close too each other.. with Emigrant lake and it's camping, and a private campground next door.
ya'll come now