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    Shooting Range 100m-300m

    Guys,

    Myself and a couple of mates are looking for a casual few hours zeroing in our ballistic turrets. Doesn't have to be anything formal... As long as it's safe.

    Anyone know Anywhere? Willing to pay.

    Inverness / Highland / + or - 50 miles.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cawdor118 View Post
    Guys,

    Myself and a couple of mates are looking for a casual few hours zeroing in our ballistic turrets. Doesn't have to be anything formal... As long as it's safe.

    Anyone know Anywhere? Willing to pay.

    Inverness / Highland / + or - 50 miles.

    Cheers
    Talk to Marcus Munro at Highland Shooting Centre just outside Rosehall. Indoor 100 meter range and he will sort outdoor targets out to 500 yds. Did a day with him in October. Hours of fun and a great facility.
    So much to learn and so little time left

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    Quote Originally Posted by takbok View Post
    He quoted me 200 for 2 hours. Chancer.
    Must have been providing best quality caviar butties in the price, what a ripper.

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    Having had a squint on their website, for non members, it's 40 an hour each, plus 40 an hour for an instructor (which for non members is compulsory). So, 2 people for 2 hours is 4X40=160 plus 40X2 for the instructor, a total of 240. So, really, it seems he offered you a discount!

    Does seem a bit top heavy to me, but I guess the non member clientele will be mostly city banker types up from the smoke on the annual paid stalking trip who want to check zero on their rifles. Looking at the membership, it seems you would pay around the same for that for the year. Maybe that could be your best bet, Cawdor118 if you would use it occasionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro View Post
    Having had a squint on their website, for non members, it's 40 an hour each, plus 40 an hour for an instructor (which for non members is compulsory). So, 2 people for 2 hours is 4X40=160 plus 40X2 for the instructor, a total of 240. So, really, it seems he offered you a discount!


    Does seem a bit top heavy to me, but I guess the non member clientele will be mostly city banker types up from the smoke on the annual paid stalking trip who want to check zero on their rifles. Looking at the membership, it seems you would pay around the same for that for the year. Maybe that could be your best bet, Cawdor118 if you would use it occasionally.
    Total ripoff

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    Cawdor118, I know it is a long way.....but if you are ever in Northumberland,, or in the vicinity give me a PM and I can fix you up.....charges.....FOC

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    Thanks very much mate! Very much appreciate the offer.

    Very merry Christmas to you!


    Quote Originally Posted by patrickt View Post
    Cawdor118, I know it is a long way.....but if you are ever in Northumberland,, or in the vicinity give me a PM and I can fix you up.....charges.....FOC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cawdor118 View Post
    Guys,

    Myself and a couple of mates are looking for a casual few hours zeroing in our ballistic turrets. Doesn't have to be anything formal... As long as it's safe.

    Anyone know Anywhere? Willing to pay.

    Inverness / Highland / + or - 50 miles.

    Cheers
    Why don't you talk to one of the clubs shooting at Cawdor range?
    Marcus at Altass is a tad pricey...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barkingsnake View Post
    Why don't you talk to one of the clubs shooting at Cawdor range?
    Marcus at Altass is a tad pricey...
    Im already affiliated to the club, but the rifle shooting is over for the year.

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    Did you have any more luck finding anywhere? I've been looking for somewhere I can put some practise in, anywhere in the NE of Scotland really?
    I find it hard to believe there aren't any ranges aimed at everyday folks, I had a look at the shooting centre but 80 p/h is far out of my budget for the amount of shooting I would like to do. I have permissions I can shoot on and zero, but feel a little cheeky just setting up lots of targets and letting rip for a day when I am ment to be doing pest control.

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