I just wanted to take a moment and wish a very warm welcome, once again, to Shore Shot Pistol Range! @shore_shot
A very cool fairly recently remodeled range and a nice big store with plenty of firearms for you to try! One of the oldest in NJ with plenty for both new and more experienced shooters. I recall coming here after Rays closed up.
Also, please visit the vendor page here
Looks like a pretty good deal for a decent steel target with stand. Can always replace the target once you shoot it up. 3/8 inch. Regular price $80, on sale for $49.99 and free Prime shipping. Shipped and sold by Amazon so if it is crappy quality I am fairly sure they will stand behind it.
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Simply enter the code EASTER in the shopping cart and get ALL of the following discounts;
40% off any 3" target (no quantity limit any thickness)
25% off mounting kits (no quantity limit)
20% off of the most expensive item in your cart (stands too)
I had a small run in with my home range about the ammo that I wanted to feed my Mosin this evening. When I acquired the rifle, I got about ~650 of surplus ammo. These rounds have FMJs, however my range seems to think they are steel core because they are magnetic. I have no way of knowing for sure, so I have come to the ammo gurus to find out. How can I tell? And better question, if they are NOT steel core, how can I convince my range? I have attached an image of the ammo for reference.
On a similar question, when buying Mosin ammo online, how can I know for sure that these rounds have a lead core?
No it says salary finance, which is a company trying to hawk debt consolidation and payday loans into a new abomination. I'd question their numbers without seeing the methodology explained.
It's hardly an argument for a shitty economy. If the people making over 200k a year are being impacted by a shitty economy more than those making 40k a year, then the issue isn't the cost of living vs wages. The issue is how 1/3 of people spend their money.