ttfreestyle--a plug for Dead Zero at Dry Branch

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  1. birdog

    birdog DASHER DOME Gold $$ Contributor

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    Donnie (Kermitt) Harber (Virginia) and sons Elijah and Tucker visited the Dome over the weekend and toured Dry Branch Rifle Range. I saw a guy there with a Dead Zero shirt on!!

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  2. ttfreestyle

    ttfreestyle Gold $$ Contributor

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    06B65070-3130-4E40-A627-70518FDC68A1.jpeg It’s actually coming along now, lots of dirt getting moved and some berms are popping up... finished covering the prone shooters roof today except for being a couple of pieces short on tin.
     

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  3. Hoodoo

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    Looks awesome Troy!
     
  4. gunsandgunsmithing

    gunsandgunsmithing The best tuners and wind flags on the market Gold $$ Contributor

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    What was the purpose of the big hole in front of the firing line and roughly how tall for flag poles?
     
  5. ttfreestyle

    ttfreestyle Gold $$ Contributor

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    That dirt was needed to elevate the firing line and make the side berms , they were at the mercy of the lay of the land. Until they are done I won’t know how much dirt if any will be left there and leveled out. I’m guessing it will be a 3 flag at 100 range with one of the tall poles needed for the middle flag.
     

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