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    Default Burma Range

    My bro-in-law and I hit the Burma on Saturday around 9:30ish. Wasn't to bad. There was a bench open and we stayed for abound an hour. Anyone else there at the same time?

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    The first rule of Burma Rd is, we don't talk about .......................

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    I've had too many close shaves there so I won't go back.
    Looking for hunting land in SW PA for sale or lease.

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    What exactly is it?
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    Shodan, you are at least 250 miles from 'the place we do not speak of' . Are you sure you are talking about the same 'place we don't speak about'? I can send you GPS coordinates if you are unsure. Of course, those coordinates would be to a place that does not exist, and even if it did, it wouldn't show up on a map, because even map-pukes know WE DON'T TALK ABOUT ..... ....!

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    I was there, ONCE.
    Unpleasant experience.

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    Default Re: Burma Range

    Quote Originally Posted by Shodan View Post
    I've had too many close shaves there so I won't go back.
    Quote Originally Posted by Manxdriver View Post
    Shodan, you are at least 250 miles from 'the place we do not speak of' . Are you sure you are talking about the same 'place we don't speak about'? I can send you GPS coordinates if you are unsure. Of course, those coordinates would be to a place that does not exist, and even if it did, it wouldn't show up on a map, because even map-pukes know WE DON'T TALK ABOUT ..... ....!
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    Sounds like it could be fun, if it existed...
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    Default Re: Burma Range

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C02cBg5CPL0

    "A few locals taped a signal flare to a propane cylinder with some tannerite. This is the result."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunowner99 View Post
    What exactly is it?
    It's on Burma Road, about 4 miles east of St. Clair, PA.

    The map:
    http://binged.it/14uMRRX

    The place is dangerous. If you get there right after sunrise, you're fine for about 90 minute before the goofs show up. The Burma attracts people who can't follow basic safety rules or the rules of being a decent person. Expect to get muzzle swept, for people to fire when you're forward of the firing line, and at least one scrapper to try and run down range and collect all the metal objects you're shooting at.

    You're really not missing much up there.
    Last edited by johnnyishootstuff; June 11th, 2013 at 12:16 PM.

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