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I'm hoping it's okay to post a link here, the site is a collection of old editions of Precision Shooting Magazine, as well as some others. The collection is being put together by a fellow by the name of Stu Redman on the Accurate Shooter forum. He's looking for missing editions of the magazine, maybe some of you here have some?


About This Forum / Re: 14 Year Anniversary
« on: December 24, 2023, 09:49:52 PM »
Merry Christmas Rick, thanks for all you do with this forum and shooting in Canada in general - it is appreciated!

Merry Christmas everyone.


BR Equipment + Components / Re: WTB Edgewood rear bag
« on: November 21, 2023, 07:25:19 AM »
Looking for an Edgewood rear bag.

Do you know what model you are looking for? I have one I would let go, I believe it is a mini-gator with the slick ears. I only used it a few times, then bought a BR rifle that came with it's own bag.


Congrats to everyone who took on this challenge and put in so much time and energy. Thanks for stepping up and representing Canada!

Some great finishes, and hopefully it was a good experience for you. I know I sure enjoyed following along!
Congratulations to Rob with his  1st place in HV100 and 2nd - HV AGG!
Mark also had several great finishes in the top 5 and 10.
And Team A with their 2nd in LV200!

(If I missed something here I apologize, it's a lot to keep track of.)

Great finish today guys! Moving up in the teams as well, keep it up!

Thanks Rick. Nice shooting today, hope you all are enjoying it as well!

Agreed! I'm looking forward to following along!!

Good luck everyone!

I'm not sure I've seen 'self' under the action category before, awful impressive! It was great to meet Frank, a wealth of experience and knowledge.

Thanks for this Rick, looking forward to following along.

Best of luck to you and everyone else!


Club Events / Re: 2023 King of the Hill
« on: August 27, 2023, 08:17:31 PM »
Looks like a good time, congrats to Vic on the win.

We had a great day of shooting, nice to see people make the trip to join us Lethbridge locals.

The weather was fantastic, unusually calm wind conditions that picked up just a bit half way through the day - just enough East wind to have people scratching their heads with a puzzled look on their face, myself included!

Big thanks to Madeline and everyone who works so hard to gather donations and prizes, and the rest of the work behind the scenes.

This was my first match and I didn't really know what to expect. I was there for the full 4 days, what a great time!

Many thanks to everyone who organized and worked the event, everything was flawless.

I learned a lot, thanks for all the advice. I look forward to the next time I can make it up there, what a great facility. Also looking forward to another match, hopefully my speed will pick up a bit and I can actually look around a bit - the competition days are busy, you guys sure make it look easy.

Club Events / Re: BR 101 in Lethbridge
« on: May 19, 2023, 08:34:15 AM »
What a great day! It was nice to put a face to some of the names I've seen here, great group of guys for sure, and as Tony said their efforts in coming down and showing us around were greatly appreciated.

Thanks for the write up, some good shooting and what I'm sure was a good time.

That's a nice looking range.

Club Events / Re: 2023 Cactus 2 Gun results
« on: March 13, 2023, 12:37:13 PM »
Some excellent shooting, way to represent!

BR Equipment + Components / Re: BRSC Fund Raiser Step right up
« on: February 28, 2023, 12:19:53 PM »
Thought I would bump this thread in case some haven't seen it.  Thanks for putting this together Tory, it's an easy way for a lot of people to make a contribution.

Centerfire Discussions / Re: Panda action spring?
« on: February 19, 2023, 11:02:39 PM »
All good information, thanks for taking the time.

I haven't placed an order for springs yet, but I did just receive my Kleindorst spring removal tool, headed in the right direction.

I would be interested in buying one or two of these when they become available.


Off Topic / Re: Camping while attending shoots?
« on: January 29, 2023, 01:24:44 PM »
Thanks Rick,
I will do that.


Off Topic / Camping while attending shoots?
« on: January 24, 2023, 12:22:32 PM »
I'm hoping to attend an event or two this year, most likely just at the Rosebud range as that is closest to me. My understanding is that it's possible to camp there with a trailer.

I'm wondering:

- how many people actually do?

-is there a fire pit?

We are planning camping trips for the coming season and I'm trying to figure out what 'the experience' of camping at the range is. If there's no one else there it might make for 3 or 4 lonely nights. For example, we are hoping to book a week in Kananaskis July 5-12, the Stampede Shootout starts on the 13th with the BR201 clinic which I would like to attend- that means the day of the 12th would mean getting up and breaking camp early, drive back to Lethbridge (3.5 hours), drop the wife off, dump and fill the trailer, then drive back up to Rosebud to be ready for the next morning. Long day, and if the camping isn't great (other people, beer at the fire..) ditching the trailer and going to a hotel would make things easier.

Also facing a similar situation in September possibly.

I'd appreciate any thoughts.

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