Issaquah Shooter

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Bravo1, May 25, 2016.

  1. Bravo1

    Bravo1
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    Hi All.

    Just joining this forum after bouncing around to other forums.

    I shoot .45ACP, 9mm and .223.
    Currently reloading .45 and 9mm but may venture to .223.

    Danny
     
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  2. Joe Link

    Joe Link
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    Welcome Danny!
     
  3. Sgt Nambu

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    Welcome to the site, Danny! I hope you enjoy it!:)

    Don't see much point in reloading .223 or 5.56N. They are among the cheapest cartridges to buy in bulk!
     
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  4. Fordcragar

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    Welcome to the forum Danny. Where do you go to shoot?
     
  5. Page.k

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    Welcome, I think you'll like it here.. Reloading for. 223/5.56 is a good thing when the ammo is hard to find if you have a supply of the needed components.
     
  6. Bravo1

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    Thanks everyone!

    I don't shot my AR as often as I'd like so reloading may not be a must just yet. Pistol, I try to shoot weekly so the cost to reload is recouped quickly.

    I usually shot my AR at the Issaquah Sportsman club. Pistol, I go to the indoor range at West Coast Armory in Factoria.
     
  7. Fordcragar

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    Thanks for the reply. I usually shoot at West Coast Armory and just joined Issaquah Sportsman Club but haven't shot there yet. I was wondering if there were another place out there.
     
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    welcome!
     
  9. Brutus57

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    Welcome Aboard, Danny, I used to live in Issaquah a few years back. .45?:D

    Brutus Out
     
  10. Ura-Ki

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    Welcome Aboard! Glad to have you with us!
     
  11. Bravo1

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    I'm sure there are more but these are the closest ones to me. I know there is one in Ravensdale but not exactly where.
     
  12. ChiefStealth

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    Welcome! Like you, I reload and shoot 9mm, .45ACP, and .223 I also load and shoot 30-30 for hunting.
     
  13. Revolvers

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    Welcome! The Issaquah sportsman's club is a great place to shoot, very friendly. I even take my daughters there, they are very welcoming. Renton Rod and Gun club is great for pistol, very different procedures for target refresh, but they limit rifle magazine loading so not too good for AR/AK shooters IMHO.
     
  14. Pops1911

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    Welcome Danny. I too live in Issaquah and pistol shoot at West Coast Armory. Looked at the Issaquah Sportsman's Club but haven't joined just yet. Love my 45 too.
     
  15. fredball

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    Welcome Aboard:s0101:
     

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