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    Quote Originally Posted by hilux View Post
    Since you would have to bring your own ammo, I would just shoot at the farm. I know some ranges offer discounted ammo, but you'd have to do the math to figure out how often and how long to get the saving.
    @H.I. McDunnough hand loads his own rounds though, right?

    So he's all about using his own ammo.

    Either way, I think shooting at his family farm would still be more fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soma View Post
    @H.I. McDunnough hand loads his own rounds though, right?

    So he's all about using his own ammo.

    Either way, I think shooting at his family farm would still be more fun.
    Word and word. Plus I prefer to shoot my own range. I can shoot prone, kneeling, off hand, moving, whatever without worrying about other people.

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    Mine is like $10 a month for military/LEO/government, and it's a solid indoor range


    Worth every penny, no range fees

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    I don't personally have a membership, but the one thing I do is reload. In the Seattle area there are a few very active firearms forums; one of which has a moderator that teaches people to reload at his house, and only charges for the materials. I end up saving about 50 percent of what I would pay for factory ammo, and in my opinion, it shoots better than factory since I know exactly what went in the brass. It is worth taking a look into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H.I. McDunnough View Post
    Local range near me has outdoor and indoor, pistol and rifle, archery, skeet. $60 per year. Bring your own ammo. Not a member, family farm is 3 min away
    thats a nice piece to have man

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    Quote Originally Posted by InfluenceEbola View Post
    I don't personally have a membership, but the one thing I do is reload. In the Seattle area there are a few very active firearms forums; one of which has a moderator that teaches people to reload at his house, and only charges for the materials. I end up saving about 50 percent of what I would pay for factory ammo, and in my opinion, it shoots better than factory since I know exactly what went in the brass. It is worth taking a look into.
    Yeah, I want to reload my own ammo.

    Unfortunately, I still live with my parents and I don't have anywhere to set up a work bench to keep all my materials organized right now.

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