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SUZY6SHOOTER 10-22-2009 07:06 PM

cheese heads
 
We are here.
SOUTH EAST WISCONSIN:D

TERRY B 10-23-2009 11:40 AM

Me to
 
;) Can't get to much closer to the border then they would be call me other names. Just kidding:confused:
Quote:

Originally Posted by SUZY6SHOOTER (Post 34)
We are here.
SOUTH EAST WISCONSIN:D


LEAD POISON 10-24-2009 01:11 PM

Have gun will travel.
Cheesehead also.

carlschmarl2 10-25-2009 05:11 PM

I'm a novice and am looking for someone whom is knowledgeable to travel to North Shore with me to help me pick out a few nice Garands. I've recently been bitten by the Garand Bug and I'd like a piece of history yet I know absolutely nothing about the M1.

Carl

hotrod96z28 11-03-2009 11:41 PM

hi all racine here. got remington 870 12ga and a 1943 mosin nagant 91/30. i would like to go shooting with others once in a while.

GrumpyOldSwede 12-21-2009 08:13 PM

where at in Wisconsin
 
Where do you shoot Garands in Wisconsin? You are welcome across the pond and shoot in our Arctic matches! Swede

WIG19 03-18-2010 01:46 PM

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Originally Posted by GrumpyOldSwede (Post 31855)
Where do you shoot Garands in Wisconsin? You are welcome across the pond and shoot in our Arctic matches! Swede

W Central WI here (almost MN) but will be acquiring my first (personally owned) M1 this year, either soon, or when I make a detour on the way to the Glock match at Brighton.

Where & when are your "arctic" matches?
:)

Hagfan 03-24-2010 09:46 AM

In Stevens Point area here, you mention opening a "shooting range" around here it's like your talking about opening Mustang Ranch or something..very frustrating, even when I take my Garands to the public range, the guy that runs the joint always makes me eject 3 rounds from the 8 rnd. enbloc before I shoot. Some kind of "assult weapon" capacity rule.. :rolleyes:

It sure would be nice to take part in a match and not have to drive 6-8 or 10 hrs.

WIG19 03-24-2010 12:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Hagfan (Post 92053)
In Stevens Point area here, you mention opening a "shooting range" around here it's like your talking about opening Mustang Ranch or something..very frustrating, even when I take my Garands to the public range, the guy that runs the joint always makes me eject 3 rounds from the 8 rnd. enbloc before I shoot. Some kind of "assult weapon" capacity rule.. :rolleyes:

It sure would be nice to take part in a match and not have to drive 6-8 or 10 hrs.

What is the name of this CA/NJ-subservient range? Seriously. PM would probably be best.

Garand Plan 03-26-2010 02:44 PM

I hear you. I am hopefully getting my first 'personally owned' Garand soon. It is an hour drive to the nearest range and you have to buy a membership there... Luckily, my dentist loves to shoot and has a range on his farm (outside of Madison). Come to think of it, I need to have some dental work done! :)

Mickey Christian 08-22-2010 08:09 PM

Where to shoot...central WI
 
Waupaca has two ranges (100 yds.). Need to be a member though. Both are low volume, but few restrictions.
Mickey

paper 10-31-2010 09:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Hagfan (Post 92053)
It sure would be nice to take part in a match and not have to drive 6-8 or 10 hrs.

Less than 2.5 from SP to Beloit, WI.. There's a match every month (except July) from May through October, plus we have a Frozen Chosin match late in Feburary. (1' of snow on the ground last year. :))

Also High Power at 100 yards and Rimfire Sporter matches on other weekends. (Indoor at 50' with reduced targets)

http://beloitrifleclub.org/calendar/
Keep an eye on that for upcoming events, as well as http://clubs.odcmp.com/cgi-bin/match...gnation=GARAND and http://clubs.odcmp.com/cgi-bin/match...nation=RIMFIRE

The Garand/etc. matches are $15 for non BRC members, and the club has several loaner Garands and sells ammo at $20 for 60 rounds. (not sure how long that'll hold out)

Be glad to have ya!

Flipseat 11-29-2010 06:44 PM

I always go to the Shiocton range... no restrictions. We've shot machine guns and .50BMG there as well as .22. You may have a warden or sheriff pull up though, so have your paperwork handy! Its public but there is a $3 donation per visit. If you go, please be respectful and clean up after yourself. I hate to see good things wrecked.

Hagfan 08-09-2011 09:55 AM

Finally broke down & started my Izac Walton membership this spring so now I have a nice place to shoot..whatever..rifles, pistols..trap and archery...best $75 i've spent. Not the matches I wanted to shoot in but...I can shoot what i want and as often as i wish.

paper 08-09-2011 10:10 AM

Which Location?
 
Where did you sign up? The closest one to me is Janesville, WI and I've shot there a few times over the years.. Great club and great people!!:)

Max Power 08-10-2011 05:11 PM

I live in northern Indiana, but my parents live in Oshkosh. My mom would be a huge fan of whatever club gave me an excuse to drive up there to shoot a few matches.

Navy BT1 09-03-2013 02:47 AM

Shoot my Inland Carbine, Garand, Mosin and Mauser at the KCCC. One round in gun rule unless you get approval to load a full clip or mag for operational checks. Five round limit on hand guns. Rule is ok with me since I spend my time working on my sighting skills. 100, 200 yard range for rifles. Nice place.

Kenosha County Conservation Club (KCCC)

Mike in Wis. 10-18-2013 11:54 AM

CMP service rifle matches held frequently in the Appleton area... Twin Cities Rod & Gun Club

http://www.twincityrodandgun.com/CMP.htm

Mike in Wis. 10-18-2013 11:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Mickey Christian (Post 180601)
Waupaca has two ranges (100 yds.). Need to be a member though. Both are low volume, but few restrictions.
Mickey

Iola has a nice range as well... also need to be a member. They also have an indoor handgun range for our looooong winters.

RiflemanWI 03-30-2014 10:29 AM

I usually shoot at McMillers in Eagle, or Langlade County Gun Range.

Navy BT1 04-02-2014 04:03 AM

I shoot my M1 Garand, M1 Carbine, 03A3, M1917, #1 Mk III and MN 91/30 at CCKC in Kenosha co.

NAMVET1970 09-25-2014 02:29 PM

Wisconsin ranges
 
Hello, I copied this from Rich in WI, it's about the Fort McCoy new range:

For those not aware there is a new range complex at McCoy open to the public. Rifle range goes out to 200 meters, pistol range to 50 meters (with target frame and falling plates). All covered firing points with benches on the rifle range. Also has a trap and skeet field. They are also building a clubhouse with a restaurant. Cost is $75/yr for civilians and $50/yr for miltary affiliation, or $5 and $4 per day if you don't want to join. Go to https://mccoy.armymwr.com/programs/sportsmans-range for more info. They also have a Facebook page if interested; https://www.facebook.com/pg/FortMcCo...=page_internal



Regards

Bill
MMC USN(RET)


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