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Old September 1, 2013, 10:54 AM   #1
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New shooting bench on 500 yard range near Den

Shooting prone is great when your 18 but that was a long time ago. I used some scrap to make a bench and put a hitch and wheels on it to move it around the range. When it's not hooked up to a truck hitch it sits on it's feet. It beats moving it by hand.

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I teach long range shooting on my 500+ yard range just east of Denver. Right now I am mostly helping hunters get dialed in at the ranges they expect to be shooting but varmint and other long range shooters welcome.

You spent good money on your rifles. Make sure they are set up correctly for the range you want to shoot and make sure you are not the weak link in your shooting system.
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