Yeah I don't shoot anything exotic, and I collect a lot of brass from training classes. So for me it just doesn't make sense. If you take a class like the Ridgeline one there's a thread about, half the people there in a 10-15 person class aren't picking up their brass. If you take the class and...
They don't tell you to do anything. They show what each of them are using and give you examples of situational usage.
The rifle you use for this class is not a rifle you would kick doors down for a living with. That's not the intent of this course. This is specifically a scoped rifle, medium...
I found the pics of my rifle and the thread.
Scope and mount top left are still used on my primary rifle.
SFP scopes are IMO completely useless and stupid.
The only reason companies make SFP is it is cheaper because it requires less pieces of glass. If you're looking at a SFP scope, stop. Buy a fixed power scope instead.
I would not buy a Vortex and the money is worth it for me to stick to Leupold. That scope I'm using was literally on an upper that blew up about 7 years ago and disintegrated. I took it and the LaRue mount it was on, bolted it to another upper and it was still basically zeroed. I'll try to find...
There was a very good mix of shooting and classroom teaching alternating. This class definitely changed the way I setup and use my main rifle. Specifically with respect to scope usage and having my rifle setup to effectively engage different distance targets (0-600) with as little thinking as...
If you can shoot 2moa or better with that specific gun any mag fed rifle is fine. If you can't shoot 2moa or less, this class will be beyond your ability and you'll waste your time. Classes like this require a fair baseline confidence of your ability to call your shots and make them count so you...
This is why I live where none of those things happen 🤣
Hurricane reaching me? Nope.
Tornado country? Nope and wouldn't matter since we don't have a tornado warning system to warn me in advance.
Forest fires? Nope
Big earthquakes? Nope