Dead Zero Range from Drone view

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  1. birdog

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  2. GSS

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  3. Tempest

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    I looked at those score sheets and notice many scores/people are missing from the day we shot in Aug? Also, wondering when they are going to start having F class matches again?
     
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    Go to the events section on their website and it has 2020 matches listed month by month of all disciplines. Thanks
     
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    Looks fine to me. Good side berms to keep "stupid" from accessing the interstate.

    Now behind the main line is needed a way, way larger parking area. Benchrest shooters have lots of heavy stuff to unload and transport to the benches. That tiny area there looks like trouble for many less "fit and youthful" to participate. Plus, for different relays, you need more set-up area for participants.

    Hope it all works out.
     
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    Very nice view,an super top-notch website.
     
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  8. brxbrad

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    That area is for loading and unloading equipment. The parking lot is large and a short walk down the hill. There is also a lot of room behind the shooting line and is covered. You can stay out of the sun all day.
     
  9. GSS

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    Very cool aerial view on this page with Pins on what ranges are where.
    https://www.deadzeroshooting.com/ranges/

    Will be cool when Google Maps catches up to existing conditions and you can zoom in 3D and navigate / rotate to look around.
     

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  10. ttfreestyle

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    This is new and still being updated but shows more views of the range, scroll through the pictures.

    deadzerobenchrestclub.com.
    It can also be accessed from the GBA site under clubs as well. Thanks
     
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  13. PAPA65

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    What about Fclass midrange and UBR
     
  14. ttfreestyle

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    The 2020 schedule for all matches can be found on the Dead Zero website under “events calendar “. It is listed month by month. There are no UBR matches scheduled in 2020.
    There is also a link to the events section in post number 6 above. Thanks
     
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  15. PAPA65

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    Yes,I saw the posted schedule but are any of the Fclass matches midrange?
     
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    You will need to contact Dead Zero for that information, I am only involved with benchrest and don’t want to give incorrect information. Thanks
     
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    Will they start running NRA Approved or Registered F-Class Matches this year?
    It is a great range.
     
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    We may have a few mid range matches in 2020, but they will not be NRA registered or approved. At this point, all of our prone/class matches are the 4th weekend of each month from March to November. If it looks like we will have good weather in February, we may hold a LR match. It will be short notice, but I will post here. I have not applied for any matches to be approved, but that may change in the near future.
     
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    Is there some reason not to get the matches NRA approved? I know that they have eliminated a lot of the previous mail in document stuff and allow the results to be sent in on line now via a spreadsheet to make things easier on the match directors.
     

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