Internet Tough Guy
Austin Meet & Greet at Lone Star - 3/22/09
If you are not familiar with Lone Star, they have two pistol firing lines with yardage varying to 25 Yards, and one 100 Yard Rifle line. They have plenty of parking at the entrance.
March 22nd - Sunday
There is a $5 registration fee for first timers. All-day shooting is $12. 1-year memberships can be purchased for $65.
What is Lone Star
Lone Star is an outdoor firing range located near Lockhart, TX. for long-guns and pistols.
Lone Star allows drawing from holsters, rapid fire (pistols only), drills, etc. so long as you are safe. FMJ is allowed, but I am not sure about tracer, AP, Incendiary. Best to leave the fancy stuff at home so we don't set the range on fire, literally.
Full auto is not allowed due to berm constraints. Other items such as SBRs, SBSs, suppressors, etc. are allowed. Be sure to bring your tax stamps!
How to get to Lone Star
Lone Star Gun Range Directions
3795 Dry Creek Rd.
Lockhart, TX 78644
MapQuest Maps - Driving Directions - Map -- Enter the above address, and your address, for specific directions.
I will be there for sure, Sunday works for me.
This is pretty close to the 1 year shoot.......:icon_popcorn:
Count me in!
Anyone want to BBQ (this will be running through lunchtime)? (Will Matt let us??)
I was at LSGR this morning. It was pretty empty, but hella windy outside so I didn't stay very long. It looked like they are building some new burms there on the North side - I wonder if that is going to be for the NFA range (rumor has it Matt is going to add that).
Also, everything is still dirt. I was talking with Matt a while back and they need grass seed but it is $$$$. If anyone knows of some real cheap, or better, wants to donate, PLEASE DO!!
Also, I will remind everyone - LSGR has lots of RR Ties setup for wood framed target stands. They do not have a lot of target stands handy, though, so please make/bring your own. You can take some scrap 1x2 or even 2x4 I believe, and make a square with two legs. Then staple/nail some cardboad or plywood across it, and staple gun some targets to that. It works great and helps improve the range if you don't mind leaving it there (I usually take mine home because I want to further examine my shot patterns).
See you guys on the 22nd!
Internet Tough Guy
Matt has done a really good job with the earthworks.
*bump* Who all else is going?
I just got a new toy which needs to be tested out and broken in.. :banger:
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