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Offline 3n00n

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The WNCAGC (Western North Carolina Airgun Club) shoot
« on: March 30, 2008, 06:50:01 AM »
Checked out the Weaverville range and will probably find more out about the Hickory range in the next few weeks. Yesterday was fun and Allen posted a few pics with the story as follows:
This thing started out with a little bridge work. Most of the work at that time was being done by Mike and Matt.(Others were Supervisors)
John(the landowner)and Cecil decided to saw a few logs to make us a really good backstop. John has all the neccessary equipment to make the job easy. He made all of his resources available to us.
After a long day of working it was time for some shooting. This is where the show started. Cecil brought a good selection of his big bore guns, It was a treat for us all to see these and also get to shoot them. He was very generous to all of us.
J kept pulling guns out of his car. He had some radical stuff too.
Between Cecil and J, they are a wealth of airgun information.
Jshooting one of Cecils big bores. J looks like he means business to me. (sorry about the finger in the pic)

Anyone inwestern, NC area (Asheville; Hickory; Greenville, SC; Johnson City, TN) that shares a passion for airgunningcan contactthe club for information.Will be shooting two ranges (properties). Newly formed non-profit group/club promoting the sport of airguns.

E-mailthe club at:
wncagc@gmail.com for more information.

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RE: The WNCAGC (Western North Carolina Airgun Club) shoot
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2008, 02:52:15 PM »
It's good to hear of a new place to shoot. If I can ever get into position to do some traveling to shoot ; I'll look them up. Thanks for the info. kirby
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Out by 5am and back @ midnight is tough.
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2008, 05:03:59 AM »
The rain and cold weren't real helpful either and I could have done with a heavier work coat instead of the old worn jacket. brrrr . . .:0