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We had a few people come in that said that their semi autos were getting failures to fire but that their bolt action rifle' had no issues at all with one lot. Leads me to believe that the primers were either especially hard or that the anvil needs to have a very deep pinstrike.
We had a couple of different batches, what's on your headstamp?
While the range is hot, you can stand right behind her
Main thing is listen to the range commands.
Don't go in front of the yellow line during a cease fire. This is the big one that got me in trouble my first couple trips to the range.
Don't go grab your water or anything else off the bench during a cease fire.
Have your targets and supplies ready before cease fire, they'll give you a heads up to finish up your magazine.
Go out and repair/replace your target and when heading back walk straight past your bench behind the yellow line.
Muzzle down range all the time, even when uncasing and casing your rifle.
Magazines out and action open during cease fire as they'll walk the line checking each firearm.
The range officers are generally pretty cool.
Oh, and sign-in in the range book next to the office.
I was up in Vegas a couple of weeks ago..............Basspro has CCW classes.Can non-residents take this class?