I think you mean the metal holdy thing. The freedom seed would be hard to dig outWent out last Thursday (the 18th) with my dad. I made sure we picked up as many of our spent freedom seeds as we could at lane 3. Was a beautiful day and a great time to spend with my dad.
Ha! Reminds me of Yakima Training Center a couple years ago. We shot a few hundred round of MK 19 40mm grenades. We were told we would have to collect all of the shot rounds afterward. It was only training rounds, but still shot over several hundred meters. We locked down the tripods so they couldnt swing left or right. Still a lot of ground to cover with hands across America with the platoon to pick all of the rounds up.You are correct. I did mean the metal holdy thing.
Sadly, it's been taught.I don't understand why it is so hard to pick up the things you shoot at. I've done some experimental waterjug shooting at another place and picked up my trash. Last time i forgot a papertarget...picked that up next time i was at my spot. I even pick up most of the clay target leftovers. Often times, I shoot and my wife walks around and picks stuff up, we took almost a whole computer out of the forrest a couple weeks ago... Its disgusting what people leave behind. I understand you arent supposed to shoot all kinds of garbage, but please,if you do, don't just leave it!
Thanks, Knebel. We need responsible shooters like you to help the efforts to keep public lands open to shooting and preserve it for the next generations. Those "druggies" are only looking for the cash value of the brass people leave behind. Too bad the trash has no value, otherwise, they'd be picking that up too.We even bubblegumed to the sheriff about it. Apperantly there are also lots of "druggies" smoking pills and stuff there too. We were pretty upset about all the trash and also taught our kids to never leave a place like this.
Well? Report?I'll be out there somewhere today, probably around 11. Hopefully at one of the longer spots. If you see a big white and blue van, feel free to join me.
After a couple years of reloading, I finally loaded up some match-ish grade 308 stuff for an initial ladder test. Excited to see some results.
Got the nice long spot, only a few 2x4's and a shot up stop sign to clean up.Well? Report?