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#1 Dawg180

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Posted 24 July 2017 - 07:14 AM

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www.bullpupshoot.com
 
It is that time of year again!  Our 8th annual Bullpup Shoot will be held at The Site Training in Mount Carroll, Illinois from 9am to 5pm on Saturday, Sept. 9th.
 
The event is FREE to enter!  Bring your own gun and shoot on our open range on steel targets provided by us with RSO's to keep everything running smoothly (please no steel core or AP ammo)
 
Try out full auto , suppressed, belt fed, and YES .50 cal weapons this year!  We have at least one and possibly two Barret M82's scheduled to be at the range!
 
Take a ride on our Jurassic Park or Military Themed shuttle jeeps, and check out the 20+ Vendors that will be there!
 
Once again, this event is underwritten by us so it is totally free to you!  It is our way of giving back to the community.  
 
 
Food available onsite, as will be ammo for purchase (cash recommended as credit card service can be spotty at times) and kids and family are welcome! Demo weapons will have a charge simply to cover the cost of ammo consumed.
 
And yes, kids can shoot demo guns too!  (must be 18 or over to fire full auto per our insurance underwriters, and at the discretion of the RSO's and demo gun suppliers for safety/controlability of course!)
 
Visit the website for full details, directions, and more information at www.bullpupshoot.com
 
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Posted 24 July 2017 - 07:48 AM

The title says Sept. 17th, but your post and the website say Sept. 9th. Might want to correct it.

#3 GeekDad

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Posted 24 July 2017 - 11:31 AM

I'm SOOO there!


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#4 Windermere

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Posted 24 July 2017 - 02:50 PM

I'm most likely going. Got a question about the event. Does this mean that there will be all sorts bullpups available to shoot? All I have to pay for is ammo?

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Posted 24 July 2017 - 03:40 PM

I'm most likely going. Got a question about the event. Does this mean that there will be all sorts bullpups available to shoot? All I have to pay for is ammo?


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Posted 25 July 2017 - 06:32 PM

Wish I could make it. I just got the perfect thing to bring along...

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Posted 26 July 2017 - 09:55 AM

We are there! Not missing a chance to shoot belt fed stuff and 50 cal for the first time, and both just 2 hours away. We booked a room for Saturday night to check out the town. I realize it's a small town but, If anyone could chime in on places to eat and a watering hole it would be much appreciated!

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Posted 26 July 2017 - 11:05 AM

As long as work doesnt interfere Ill be there again this year with a bullpup saiga12.

 

 

We are there! Not missing a chance to shoot belt fed stuff and 50 cal for the first time, and both just 2 hours away. We booked a room for Saturday night to check out the town. I realize it's a small town but, If anyone could chime in on places to eat and a watering hole it would be much appreciated!

Windermere...If youre looking for something to do in the area after the range, check out Ravens Grinn Inn. Its definitely a...well...um...interesting place.   http://www.hauntedravensgrin.com/


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When you're betting for fancy belt buckles, you worry about your aim. And when you're betting for real gold, you're a nervous wreck. Your skill is the same in all three cases - but because one prize means more to you than another, you let outside concerns weigh on your mind. He who looks too hard at the outside gets clumsy on the inside. -Chuang Tzu

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Posted 26 July 2017 - 12:08 PM

As long as work doesnt interfere Ill be there again this year with a bullpup saiga12.
 
 

We are there! Not missing a chance to shoot belt fed stuff and 50 cal for the first time, and both just 2 hours away. We booked a room for Saturday night to check out the town. I realize it's a small town but, If anyone could chime in on places to eat and a watering hole it would be much appreciated!

Windermere...If youre looking for something to do in the area after the range, check out Ravens Grinn Inn. Its definitely a...well...um...interesting place.   http://www.hauntedravensgrin.com/

Will do thanks for the heads up lol

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Posted 26 July 2017 - 02:08 PM

I went last year and had a blast. Fulfilled one of my bucket list items. Thompson on full auto. :D

 

Then spent an hour on the range with my own guns.


Edited by GeekDad, 26 July 2017 - 02:09 PM.

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Posted 28 July 2017 - 07:27 AM

So I'm assuming it IS the 9th then?

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Posted 28 July 2017 - 08:06 AM

called up manticore arms and it is definitely on the 9th



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Posted 02 August 2017 - 05:53 PM

Stupid typo on my part, it is on Sept 9th (sorry, I can't edit the title for whatever reason)

 

Sorry for any confusion!



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Posted 02 August 2017 - 06:37 PM

Stupid typo on my part, it is on Sept 9th (sorry, I can't edit the title for whatever reason)
 
Sorry for any confusion!


Initial posts have edit capability for a short time, like 10 minutes or so, then you need to be a supporting member to edit. Maybe try PMing a mod and ask about them changing the title for you.
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Posted 02 August 2017 - 08:05 PM

We are there! Not missing a chance to shoot belt fed stuff and 50 cal for the first time, and both just 2 hours away. We booked a room for Saturday night to check out the town. I realize it's a small town but, If anyone could chime in on places to eat and a watering hole it would be much appreciated!

 

Sievert's Steaks 'n' Stuff is downtown Mt. Carroll. They have steaks, sea food and pizza. There is also a Diary Queen there. Land of Oz convenience store also has fast food. Savanna, IL , just ten miles away, has more choices. Should you decide you need a great, bar burger, go downtown and find Hawg Dogs. The Iron Horse Social Club, just a few doors away, is a bar open to everyone that has a fantastic collection of antique motorcycles, several which are supremely restored board track racers. Tell them Buzz sent you.

 

A.O. Elliott is a newly opened wine bar across the street with a very nice atmosphere and has a deck out back. If you're lucky, you may see the riverboat plying the Mississippi River. Nearby, Manny's Pizza serves their locally famous thin crust pizza. Savanna is also home to Poopy's Biker Bar. The burgers there are also good, but expect to pay more than at Hawg Dogs. There are rooms for rent at The Iron Horse Social Club and accommodations can also be made at the L&M Motel. Savanna also has the Savanna Inn and Suites with a nearby McDonalds for those so inclined.

 

I hope this has helped. I may see you there.



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Posted 02 August 2017 - 08:07 PM

I went last year and had a blast. Fulfilled one of my bucket list items. Thompson on full auto. :D

 

Then spent an hour on the range with my own guns.

 

Now I KNOW I'll be there! Can you supply your own ammo?



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Posted 03 August 2017 - 08:37 AM

 

I went last year and had a blast. Fulfilled one of my bucket list items. Thompson on full auto. :D

 

Then spent an hour on the range with my own guns.

 

Now I KNOW I'll be there! Can you supply your own ammo?

 

 

If you bring your own guns and shoot on the open range, yes. But not for the gun they provide like Tavor's, M16's, Thompson's, etc. You must buy theirs but it's not *too* expensive. 


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Posted 03 August 2017 - 08:14 PM

 

 

I went last year and had a blast. Fulfilled one of my bucket list items. Thompson on full auto. :D

 

Then spent an hour on the range with my own guns.

 

Now I KNOW I'll be there! Can you supply your own ammo?

 

 

If you bring your own guns and shoot on the open range, yes. But not for the gun they provide like Tavor's, M16's, Thompson's, etc. You must buy theirs but it's not *too* expensive. 

 

 

I can deal with that and I see their position. I sure wouldn't want to be the guy shooting someone's full auto Thompson when/if it decided to grenade itself and it was being fed MY ammo at that moment. If they're gracious and generous enough to allow me to operate their equipment, I will abide by any rules they impose for the privilege!



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Posted 03 August 2017 - 09:52 PM

We are there! Not missing a chance to shoot belt fed stuff and 50 cal for the first time, and both just 2 hours away. We booked a room for Saturday night to check out the town. I realize it's a small town but, If anyone could chime in on places to eat and a watering hole it would be much appreciated!

 
Sievert's Steaks 'n' Stuff is downtown Mt. Carroll. They have steaks, sea food and pizza. There is also a Diary Queen there. Land of Oz convenience store also has fast food. Savanna, IL , just ten miles away, has more choices. Should you decide you need a great, bar burger, go downtown and find Hawg Dogs. The Iron Horse Social Club, just a few doors away, is a bar open to everyone that has a fantastic collection of antique motorcycles, several which are supremely restored board track racers. Tell them Buzz sent you.
 
A.O. Elliott is a newly opened wine bar across the street with a very nice atmosphere and has a deck out back. If you're lucky, you may see the riverboat plying the Mississippi River. Nearby, Manny's Pizza serves their locally famous thin crust pizza. Savanna is also home to Poopy's Biker Bar. The burgers there are also good, but expect to pay more than at Hawg Dogs. There are rooms for rent at The Iron Horse Social Club and accommodations can also be made at the L&M Motel. Savanna also has the Savanna Inn and Suites with a nearby McDonalds for those so inclined.
 
I hope this has helped. I may see you there.

Thanks!! I definitely appreciate the feedback, and I will definitely check out as much as I can!

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Posted 07 August 2017 - 09:09 PM

Are people allowed to conceal carry or open carry at this event? 



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Posted 08 August 2017 - 06:49 AM

https://youtu.be/lVZqg5NEobM

This video was posted by manticore arms on YouTube. The guy says you can conceal carry and carry your rifle unloaded and cleared. I'll definitely conceal carry if I can but I'm not trying to walk around with my rifle trying to look like a super tactical operator lol.

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Posted 08 August 2017 - 08:06 AM

I'm really going to try making it this time - I was there in 2015 but missed last year. I'm hoping someone will be showing off a X95 forend...




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