This is a discussion on Hello from Massachusetts! within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; I'm new here, and thought I'd introduce myself. My name's David and I just recently started shooting and carrying. I know it's a bit off ...
I'm new here, and thought I'd introduce myself. My name's David and I just recently started shooting and carrying. I know it's a bit off topic from "defensive carrying", but one interest I have is getting into high power shooting. My club has a 600 yard range for shooting AR-15's and other high power rifles and it looks like a great way to challenge my shooting skills. Oh yeah, I almost forgot, I was referred here by Zork52 after running into him in a local gun store, when we were both looking at the collection of 1911's. Thanks Zork!
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