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 Ranges that allow steel case ammo? 
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I have a 104ur SBR in 5.45 that i want to take out real bad since moving here (seattle). I'm aware of SPAA and I'm going to look into a membership more after I get other red tape taken care of. west coast armory wouldn't let me shoot the vmax stuff even though i've used it at indoor ranges in texas before.


Sat Aug 26, 2017 11:59 pm
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Welcome to WaGuns! :wavey:

You need an outdoor range, pretty much any outdoor range. Indoor ranges are problematic with rifles, steel-cased ammo and often any bullet that has (or is perceived to have, or might have, or their grandpappy told them it has) any kind of steel in it.

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Interlake and Issaquah both fit the bill.

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MadPick wrote:
Welcome to WaGuns! :wavey:

You need an outdoor range, pretty much any outdoor range. Indoor ranges are problematic with rifles, steel-cased ammo and often any bullet that has (or is perceived to have, or might have, or their grandpappy told them it has) any kind of steel in it.


Thanks. problematic is a kind way of putting it. I'd say ignorance/laziness/brass collecting though. I suppose SPAA is my only choice then for anything not an hour plus away.

none of the ammo i brought to shoot had any steel in the bullet though, says so right on the boxes.


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