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Name:
Garrett NIELSEN (grizzlybeargar@hotmail.com)
Date:Tue 16 Feb 2010 04:52:27 PM EST
Subject:RULES QUESTION
 

I was wondering if you guys allow the mojo sites on rifles for the vintage match. if not that is okay. I am also wondering if I can use my swede m96. everything is in proper military configuration.

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Denny Wilcox (denny@vimbar.com)
Date:Wed 28 Jan 2009 11:59:51 AM EST
Subject:Entry fees
 

Ladies and Gentlemen,

I would like your feedback on our new match fees. $60 for a two day match, $40 for a one day match. Also I have asked for a $10 camping fee for the weekend and $5 for the one day match. The motiviation for these fee increases is to give better financial support to the land owner. I will keep the same amount of prizes.

Denny

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Name:
Denny Wilcox (denny@vimbar.com)
Date:Thu 26 Jul 2007 01:19:19 PM EDT
Subject:ViMBAR Sniper Match
 

The first ViMBAR Sniper match whas held on July 21st. I think that it went over pretty well, and Mike setup 6 interesting stages. It seemed to take a lot longer to shoot than we thought. With 12 shooters it took from 0900 to 1430 to finish up. We will sure do it differently next time. My thoughts are 1)Limit the shoot to 20 participants. 2)Split the match up into two groups of 10 shooters. 3)Scale back to 5 stages, or 50 shots.

Please respond with your thoughts.

Denny

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Name:
Steve Boyer (flysig2004@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 06 Mar 2007 10:25:55 PM EST
Subject:Are there practice ranges in northern Utah?
 

Where are public facilities within easy driving distance of the Salt Lake area which have ranges out beyond 200 or so yards? The longest I know if is Lee Kay at 200. It would be nice to be able to practice and to test handloads out to 800 or 1000 yds.

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Dylan McDannald (doorkey_13@hotmail.com)
Date:Sat 24 Feb 2007 03:31:56 PM EST
Subject:Turkish M38 Mauser
 

I'm young, and fairly new at gun collecting. Ive become very interested in vintage military rifles, and infact just bought a Mosin Nagant M91/30. Ive been really pleased with this rifle but ive become interested in the 8x56mm round. I was going to buy a K98 but discovered the Turkish M38. It shoots the same round and the k98, its less expensive, and has a longer barrel, but according to my research, these rifles were merely bored out to shoot the 8x56 round. All i was wondering was if anyone knows if this particular rifle is known to be inaccurate at 200 yards or better. I would appreciate the help. Thank you

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