I hear that the guy that runs the range at Crossfire doesn't want shooters to pick up their spent brass. I'm not willing to give them a range fee and then let them scrounge my brass and make a profit off it.
That aside, PGC's annual membership is a lot cheaper than a years worth of Crossfire time and you have the run of about any kinda shootin' you could ever want. Indoor pistol range for the winter months and a huge and very complete outdoor range for rifle, pistol, or shotgun. I did go out last saturday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.and got to try out the KCI 100 round mag......not happy with it. Way too many FTF and double feed issues, but I'm gonna give the merchant I bought it from one more try. He's gonna swap it out for another 100 round mag. If this one doesn't work right , he'll refund my money.
I spent a little time cowitnessing a new rear BUIS on my Sig carbine and got it up to speed. The rest of the time I spent talking to other shooters and, in general, just having a great day at the range. The weather was fantastic, the company was good, and I got to shoot my favorite two carbines. Life don't suck!
This next weekend my son is returning from the Marines and once he gets some sleep under his belt, we plan on heading to the range for some father/son competition. Most likely he'll kick my a$$ on the carbine (maybe), but I'll take him to the cleaners with the pistols. The great thing about it is that we get to spend time together doin' something we both enjoy. Needless to say, I'm not inviting anyone out that weekend.
We'll look at maybe the weekend after this one and see if any of y'all are interested again.
"Proelium Comminus Auctoritate"
NRA Pistol/Rifle Instructor
NRA Range Safety Officer