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    Cool Blue Mountain Steel Classic.

    Hey S&W,

    Got to shoot the BLUE MOUNTAIN STEEL CLASSIC last month!

    30 to 32 targets per Stage, with SIX FUN FILLED STAGES!

    We had a really great time!

    Later, Mark
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    We have a steel rack at our range, as well as a number of standalone pop-ups, trees, etc... They are always fun to shoot, being reactive and a great way to setup both formal and informal competitions.

    My favorite is a rack tree duel shot in direct competition with a second shooter.



    First one to push all the targets to the opponent's side of the tree wins.
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    What was being shot at the targets in the second picture?

    (I'm thinking, "Moon over Blue Mountain Steel")?
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    Mark so how did you do there? Bring home any new guns?
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    Looks like a grand time Mark! How did you fare? Which revolvers did you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrerick View Post
    What was being shot at the targets in the second picture?

    (I'm thinking, "Moon over Blue Mountain Steel")?
    Hey M,

    Thinking that fellow was picking up brass?

    Later, Mark
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    Quote Originally Posted by series guy View Post
    Mark so how did you do there? Bring home any new guns?
    Hey Mark,

    Just got the check for Stock Revolver. $39!

    Later, Mark
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    Cool Fun times!

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    Looks like a grand time Mark! How did you fare? Which revolvers did you use?
    Hey Curt,

    For Stock Revolver, I used the 8-3/8" M 625. For Stock Auto, I used the Fusion Topped Springfield.

    Later, Mark
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    Wow $39. I hope you're going to declare that on your 2019 tax form : )
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    Quote Originally Posted by series guy View Post
    Wow $39. I hope you're going to declare that on your 2019 tax form : )
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