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bd40bc7c7a Home / NRA Firearms Sourcebook NRA Firearms Sourcebook More Views NRA Firearms Sourcebook Be the first to review this product BK 01548 Availability: In stock Without question the most comprehensive review of technical gun knowledge, ballistics, safety and firearms history ever compiled into a single volume! The newest printing of the NRA Firearms Sourcebook includes updated timelines and sources, along with seemingly endless information on gun safety principles, ballistics data, firearms design and assembly, shooters' terminology and much more. Ending in a "steep slope" is good, what about the sides? Share Share this post on Digg Twitter Share on Facebook Reddit! "Do I got to kill you to prove I like you?" Reply With Quote 06-29-2011,10:53 AM #10 redwin89 Senior Member Member # 15998 Join Date Nov 2010 Location Mohawk Valley NY Posts 263 Liked 3 times After you get the backstop figured out one of many simple target holder setups is using 3" pvc pipes sunk into the ground about 18-24" with about 12" sticking up maybe about 30" apart. If you ever wondered how rifling is made, or wind drift is calculated, or how collectors grade firearms ' this is the book for you! Softcover. Remember Me? Home Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? Active Topics Gallery Album Gallery Picture Gallery Register Forum The Range The Firing Line looking for info to help me setup my own range Advanced Search Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 11 1Likes Top All This Page Thread: looking for info to help me setup my own range LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Digg this Thread!Tweet this threadShare on FacebookReddit! Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread& Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 06-09-2011,04:26 PM #1 Rogerzz[OP] Senior Member Member # 20049 Join Date May 2011 Posts 648 Liked 590 times looking for info to help me setup my own range Hi Guys, Is there an link here or an external link that talks about the setting up your own range? I live on a farm and the field where I shoot is about 125yrds long and ends in a steep slope. 2012 NRA Range Source Book . A lot will be determined by where you live (laws/restrictions), whether you plan on only using it yourself or have others there(liability) and the lay of the land as well as what claibers that you intend to use . My Account My Orders My Wishlists My Cart Quick Order Log Out Search Search: Search .
Produced by NRA Publications, this respected compendium has been expanded to 534 pages. 2X2's fit in the pvc pipes nicely so you can lift out and move target holder up and down the range easily. If you start from the inside and work out to make your berms, you create a depression that could turn into a swimming hole after a good rain. No protests, no video, just an Al Qaida attack. NRA Firearms Sourcebook $34.95 . I don't remember the number but it went into detail on how to lay out different types of ranges, how to develop a range overlay with danger areas (good to know if your danger area goes over on the next guy's land), how to mark your range, what safety and medical equipment you need to have on hand, and a host of other nice to know goodies. plus the ties give a nice place to just staple targets to. I guess the best way to find it is to search on government publications sites, or ask a friend still on active duty to find it for you. Two pipes at 25, 50, 75, etc. Share Share this post on Digg Twitter Share on Facebook Reddit! Reply With Quote 06-27-2011,10:19 PM #7 Lone Eagle Senior Member Member # 14592 Join Date Jul 2010 Location Montana Posts 2,394 Liked 2283 times My local range has a simple setup.