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Banner range..shooting .50bmg

Discussion in 'Gun Club/Range Talk' started by ssgrock3, Jul 19, 2018.

  1. ssgrock3

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    It’s closer than the 75 miles to my mothers acreage.


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    Banner RD/i40 then south a bit. 100yd range, only outdoor range near me.


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    it's west of banner road a mile
     
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    I've shot a buddies single shot Barrett many times on my dads place. Use ear plugs and shooting mufs. It will cost you a fortune to feed and the pressure wave/concussion is quite impressive. It's cool to shoot but I wouldn't plan a day around it. His gives me a headache, I don't know if its from the concussion or the vibration through the stock. I never experienced this shooting the M2 Browning in the Marine Corps.
     
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    Confirmed, Banner will let you shoot 50 bmg. Has a 100yr range. No distance. But a 5” target at range is fun enough for a short trip and few rounds. $10 range fee.


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    the Browning is a heavy gun, it's 60+ years since i went to the Browning class...seems, from memory, the barrel is 39 pounds and so is the receiver, tripod was around 80 pounds, we had them on dual mount fixed anti aircraft mounts, it was almost 300 pounds
     

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