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alphalimafoxtrot's camper - at the shooting range

Postby alphalimafoxtrot » 06 May 2018 21

I am such a geek. Can't help myself - here's a couple pics I took this afternoon of my new truck and slide-in camper at the Myrtle Grove WMA public shooting range.

Want to play "where's Waldo"? Look and see if you can spot a very small Magpul sticker. :lol:

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Re: alphalimafoxtrot's camper - at the shooting range

Postby akuser47 » 07 May 2018 17

Looks great, I see a yeti sticker, and a magpul sticker on left corner
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Postby Ranch Dog » 08 May 2018 05

The camper at the range brings up and idea. A bench top that would replace the table for reloading ammo!
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Re: alphalimafoxtrot's camper - at the shooting range

Postby alphalimafoxtrot » 09 May 2018 04

Ranch Dog wrote:The camper at the range brings up and idea. A bench top that would replace the table for reloading ammo!

You read my mind!
Although I didn't pop the top and open the awning, I did use the camper to store my shooting gear instead of tossing it into the back seat of my pickup as I might normally do.

Because of my fridge, I also brought along cold drinks and lunch.

And if I needed to take a gun apart, or indeed handload a quick batch of bullets with my Lee Loaders, I could do that sitting at my dinette table in the camper.

I'm "a happy camper"! FYI, this weekend is an actual camping weekend for us at the Bull Run campground in western Fairfax County. Our site does have electric hookup, which will give me an excuse to run the a/c if it gets too humid for my wife. Don't really need the electric since I have solar and dual batteries as well, but the a/c is the one item that needs a generator or shore power to work.

Thanks for checking in!
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Postby mr surveyor » 09 May 2018 09

sounds like a perfect setting for the Lee Hand Press, dies and assorted small "necessaries"

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