Discussion in 'Main Message Board' started by josh shrum, Apr 15, 2019.
Plan is to neck up, neck turn, and fire them all in my fireform barrel by Easter.
Wish me luck.
you know that Easter is only 1 WEEK away,,good luck,,now get to work
Many years ago I tried golf because of the prodding by a friend but I couldn't concentrate because I kept seeing groundhogs at the fringes of the tree lines along the fairways.
my idea of golf,,balls hanging on a string at 100 yards using a 17 HMR,,heavy duty string,its a challenge,,for me anyway..
You are kidding, right?
I don't even think I could even get them loaded by Easter, let alone the extra prep work.
I was reading something about turning after fire forming as opposed to turning before forming which is the way I have always done it. Both had some good points.
You could add an AR to your golf bag... You could also carry one these and shoot golf balls at groundhogs... https://www.deltateamtactical.com/Heavy-Duty-Steel-AR15-Golf-Ball-Launcher_p_6668.html
If you have a day job, it’s never going to happen! If you’re retired, you might have a chance !
Wait a second! I just counted ten boxes! Let’s talk about setting unrealistic goals!
Sleep is over rated Josh.
Gonna take more than luck, but hey, GOOD LUCK!!
Looks like you should of called @DJSBRS.
There is little to any difference between Golf and Competitive Shooting , except maybe the paycheck if you are a successful Tour player . Don't know of to many pro shooters who make in the multiple millions , as Tour golfers do .
Both sports require extreme dedication , and endless hours of meticulous practice , training , and knowledge . Along with the best equipment money can buy , for both . If anyone thinks competitive shooting is easier than competitive golf , I can personally attest they are mistaken . I would actually rate them as nearly equal in difficulty .
Been there ; Done that , and got the empty bank account , airline ticket stubs , and T-shirts to prove it . And most high end rifle matches aren't televised , so the whole world can watch your collapse .
Ok, maybe if his fire forming barrel is on an AR! Saturday night is going to be noisy!
IMO, in professional golf or in the tournament shooting sports, only about 5% of the competitors in both sports are going to have the skills to consistently compete in the top 10%. The rest of us?.....keep rowing.
You lose in this game for 10 yrs running, only your friends will remember your name or accomplishments.
Not the entire media pool or half a nation.
Golf is nothing but a good walk ruined.
A golf course is a wast of a good firing range.
Cow pasture pool.
Golf balls are delivered by the manufacturer ready to play. No tipping or fireforming required. Often they are marked for identification prior to firing. that is all. If you're really good, the manufacturer may stamp your name on them. And you'll have a guy to clean your balls for you. --Jerry
Are all the top shooters (re) loading there own stuff? Or are some using stuff loaded by someone else? Just curious.
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