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  1. #31
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    One minor thing I regret from this class was not paying more attention to the suppressors people were running, purely because there was so much else going on at the same time. I thought someone there was running a suppressed 300 Win Mag that was very quiet - if you read this, what suppressor was that?

    I'm interested to hear what suppressors everyone was running in the class. Shooterb, I saw yours on the Creedmoor, it was pretty quiet, what was it?

  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yondering View Post
    I'm interested to hear what suppressors everyone was running in the class. Shooterb, I saw yours on the Creedmoor, it was pretty quiet, what was it?
    It was Austin's rifle. He's running a thunder beast and has a brake on his 6.5 CM and .300 WM so he can swap the can back and forth. That thing is super quiet.


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  3. #33
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    Good to know, that was a very quiet rifle. Was that Thunder Beast an Ultra series, or one of the older models? What length?

  4. #34
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    I'll have to double check but I think it is a 7" ultra.


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  5. #35
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    Ultra 9"


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  6. #36
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    Major disappointment that I missed this. Any plans to schedule this training in Madras in 2017?

    Thanks
    Last edited by treebeard; 02-08-2017 at 07:29 PM.

  7. #37
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    Excellent write up & discussions.

    I have got to get out to one of these
    classes. I'm not getting any younger...

    Thanks everyone.

    John
    "Play stupid games, win stupid prizes" Alan Temby
    "Give a man a mask and he will tell you the truth"- Oscar Wilde.

  8. #38
    It was a very good class. There isn't anything like the confidence of knowing you and your partner can execute command fire simultaneously on a 753 yard target cold bore with a 100% hit rate.

  9. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonathanNobody View Post
    It was a very good class. There isn't anything like the confidence of knowing you and your partner can execute command fire simultaneously on a 753 yard target cold bore with a 100% hit rate.
    And you and Chris nailed those. It was awesome to hear what sounded like one gun shot, a delay, and bing bing. Very cool.
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  10. #40
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    Before that course, I wouldn't have had the confidence to take that shot. Now, I honestly don't think that is much of a challenge. I have confidence in my equipment and the knowledge of how to use it.

    I can't say enough about Jonathan's Suarez rifle. He made nearly every shot until he ran out of elevation adjustment. He could make two shots for every one of mine as I worked to cycle the bolt.

    That said, my bullet got there first....that kill was mine!
    “How can I shoot people? Shooting people is easy. It is the simple application of the fundamentals of marksmanship. The hard part is ensuring that I have the physical strength to prevail, the moral strength to know when it is right to kill, and the mental strength to articulate the aftermath such that I maintain my freedom while they experience what comes next in the afterlife.”

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