I'm seeing bullet holes where there ought not to be bullet holes.
The stacked steel drums that we use as props in IDPA shooting gained a lot of bullet holes in the last few weeks. A number of them in a row which made me think somebody was trying to produce the stitched row of impacts he saw in a machine gun heavy movie or video game.
Then yesterday I saw that a vicious folding chair had been shot to death. The holes were in the tube frame where there is the greatest thickness of metal. I guess so the nitwit could show how powerful his gun was. I wonder how close the fool had to get to HIT the one inch tubing. Probably too close for safety and at who knows what angle, the chair was leaning against the tie wall when I found it.
Destroying club property will get you banned from the range. Behave.
Post by jessejames on Oct 17, 2011 15:04:41 GMT -6
The chair, along with one of the white upright barricades, was sitting out in the middle of the 15 yard line pad when my wife and I went shooting Thursday. I moved them over to the wall, just in case they were not completely neutralized, even though neither had a pulse. Someone was just leaving when I got there, but I am sure it was not the person that did the damage.