You lucky... Lucky... ManDaSkunk said:I work in a metal shop and most the parts or targets you see are scrap .20 per pound to me.
All my targets (steel) are reactive and angled down. Once in a while I've seen the grass move near me but haven't been hit.
Thank you for the complements. I'm lucky I've got 20 acres to play on and a wife that's ok with my range.
Sometimes, not a single car/snowmobile will go down the road the entire weekend!! The only noise most times is our shooting.I'm jealous, it must be so quiet
Amazing!!! What state do you live in??
Sounds great!!' sorry to hear of the break ins people can just be plain ignorant sometimesshaker223 said:Sometimes, not a single car/snowmobile will go down the road the entire weekend!! The only noise most times is our shooting.
This is our cabin in northern Michigan. It's about 4 hours north of the Detroit area. It's a great place and I always hate packing up to head back to reality. My grandfather built it from 1950-1953. He paid $500 for 80 acres.
It has all of the modern conveniences===> oil and wood heat, propane for cooking and lights, bottled water (that we bring in of course), out-house and any tree you want to use as a urinal...etc
Largest problem are the trespassing mushroom hunters in the spring and the occasional breakins. About 8 years ago it got tore up pretty bad. They eventually caught the punks (16,18,21 years). Not much happened to them even after breaking into 25-30 cabins and stealing lots of items. Largest charge was stealing alcohol and transporting it over county lines because it is a state regulated substance. Last year, someone broke the back door's window and stole a 1000w generator we keep up there. Nothing else was touched.