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Where to shoot over the holidays

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by max trap, Nov 10, 2010.

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  1. max trap

    max trap Member

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    Thinking about shooting registered targets between Christmas and New Years. Where is the best place in the US to do this. Warm weather a must ! lol
    Thanks Ed
     
  2. Stumpi24

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    Ed says,I think South Dakota or Lincoln Nebraska
     
  3. Barry C. Roach

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    Arizona......or.......Arizona.
     
  4. grntitan

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    Why not Hawaii?? Don't get much better weather than that year around.

    Matt
     
  5. Pull & Mark

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    Ed, Why don't you come on down to Florida. Nothing like shooting clays in the Sunshine state all year long!!! Silver Dollar is probably the number one spot on the hit parade, but it can get cold there over the Holiday Weekend. South Fla at Markham Park or Trail Glades will stay much warmer than North Florida will. Break-em all. Jeff
     
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  7. E. Beaver

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    Redlands Shooting Park Thanksgiving shoot is 500 Doubles on Thanksgiving Day and 100 Singles and 100 HC on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

    The New Years Shoot is on December 30 and 31 and January 1st and 2nd.

    If you come you will enjoy Redlands.

    Charlie
     
  8. Stumpi24

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    Are you taking my new 26 year old wife with you? I really miss her I want her back.
     
  9. E. Beaver

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    Hi Max Trap:

    If you want to see what Redlands is like watch Tri County Trap Club in action, go to the above website, select, photos and the months of Nov 09, Dec 09 and Jan 11 etc.

    The mountians make an excellent background and sport a bit of snow on their tops during our "winter".

    You will see lots of short sleeved shirts and some shorts indicative of the climate.

    Charlie
     
  10. max trap

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    Thanks Charlie..called out and talked to a nice lady today. 71 miles from my brothers house in Los Angeles. Avg temp in dec-jan 65 degrees. Ed
     
  11. E. Beaver

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    Hi Max Trap,

    Your welcome, and I hope you have as much fun shooting at Redlands as I do.

    Charlie
     
  12. E. Beaver

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    p.s.

    There are at least a couple of other clubs in the LA area that you might want to try in addition to Redlands.

    Triple B has trap, skeet and a very nice sporting clays range.

    Oak Tree is at the north end of the San Fernado Valley and they have trap and sporting clays.

    North Hollywood Sportsmans Club is out by Santa Clarita has skeet and trap and I find it a fun place to shoot.

    You can find all the So California clubs by going to http://www.cgsta.com highlighted above. You can look at the scheduled shoots and find out more about the clubs.

    Good luck, Charlie
     
  13. Stumpi24

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    Ed are you still traveling with that pink perazzi case? If so I think I would consider the California direction. Thanks Stan
     
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