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    Default Schuylkill County Members: Roll Call

    Here's you chance to prove to the rest of the state that we coal-regioners actually do know how to form full sentences.

    I'm currently residing in Shenandoah Heights. Shoot regularly at a "free range" on the "Burma Road" outside St. Clair and Tulpehocken Rifle & Pistol Club.


    Let's hear it for pierogies, Yuengling, and strip mines!

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    Howdy Neighbor, I too have been up "Burma Road" lots of great times there. Friend has a place in Barnesville. Usually thats where we end up after a day of shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 762xIan
    Howdy Neighbor, I too have been up "Burma Road" lots of great times there. Friend has a place in Barnesville. Usually thats where we end up after a day of shooting.
    You can't beat that place for a free range. It's amazing how many people drive from as far as Philly to spend an afternoon shooting there. I don't get there as often as I'd like to anymore, maybe once or twice a month.

    There's actually a good chance we've met.

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    There was a pretty good crowd up there when I was testing my Semi-1919, just got done with the build and burned through about 400 rounds.

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    Some days it can get pretty crowded up there. Typically, I try to avoid going there on the weekend and if I do, I get there early in the day to make sure I grab a bench.

    You have the regulars that are there every night. Older bunch, and they are very knowledgable and friendly. "Joe" is the unofficial rangemaster. He's there just about every day, if just to snatch all the brass thats accumulated.

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    IZZYHVYBARREL reporting for duty!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coal-Cracker
    Here's you chance to prove to the rest of the state that we coal-regioners actually do know how to form full sentences.

    I'm currently residing in Shenandoah Heights. Shoot regularly at a "free range" on the "Burma Road" outside St. Clair and Tulpehocken Rifle & Pistol Club.


    Let's hear it for pierogies, Yuengling, and strip mines!
    How about some directions, and can you shoot full-auto?

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    Directions to the "Free Range":
    Take Rt. 61 North to St. Clair.
    At Second stop light, make a right.
    Proceed strait through another stoplight (you'll be leaving St. Clair at this point)
    You will be driving up a mountain road (yes, it is paved). Drive on this road for about .75 mile. Look on your Right for the range - it is after a slight turn in the road. It is unmarked, but you can see the shooting benches from the road.

    Virtually anything is allowed (yes, to full auto).

    (If you get lost, ask anyone in St. Clair where the "Burma Road" is and they'll direct you.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coal-Cracker
    Directions to the "Free Range":
    Take Rt. 61 North to St. Clair.
    At Second stop light, make a right.
    Proceed strait through another stoplight (you'll be leaving St. Clair at this point)
    You will be driving up a mountain road (yes, it is paved). Drive on this road for about .75 mile. Look on your Right for the range - it is after a slight turn in the road. It is unmarked, but you can see the shooting benches from the road.

    Virtually anything is allowed (yes, to full auto).

    (If you get lost, ask anyone in St. Clair where the "Burma Road" is and they'll direct you.)
    Thank you. I see a trip to Cabelas, and to the "free range" in the near future.

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    I'm planning on gettting up there Saturday May 6th, bright and early, trying to get something going with some friends too.

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