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    ...amitie, respect mutuel et amour...

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    Go Switzerland!

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    Wow that's awesome

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    imagine putting in for a permit to your local council to do that here.
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    they don't have the mentality to have begin to try and comprehend that
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    Proof that calculations work.... and staying within the range rules.....

    And the Swiss follow rules....... and the Swiss have a few rules......
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    Will they allow reloaded ammo, I would guess no. An undercharge and a slow .30 may curve down and go through someone's windscreen. Or maybe I'm just thinking too hard.
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    @EeeBees this one's pretty good too (Germany audio only).
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    The candelabra deer head is gorgeous ... ah, the Anschutz!!!! What a fantastic place ... wow!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cordite View Post
    Will they allow reloaded ammo, I would guess no. An undercharge and a slow .30 may curve down and go through someone's windscreen. Or maybe I'm just thinking too hard.
    I am sure they would have run the numbers and added a massive safety margin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cordite View Post
    Will they allow reloaded ammo, I would guess no. An undercharge and a slow .30 may curve down and go through someone's windscreen. Or maybe I'm just thinking too hard.
    Why would you reload at most Swiss ranges the calibre of choice is the 7.5x55mm and subsidised heaverly by the government the accuracy of the GP11 round is near impossible to beat with reloads
    so why bother,

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    I agree. Have been living in switzerland the last 15 years and have been shooting at the zweisimmen place (the first range video) a lot. the standard prvi ammo gives a fairly good accuracy with the K31.

    Funny... now im living 1 mile away from the range in the second video, the MSZU.
    The indoor clay pidgeon is nice, but the best thing is the cinema as hunting over here in germany is more and more shooting on moving/driven boar... so its a good opportunity to practice.
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    Wicked set up shows that when you are bought up with firearms there are a lot less paranoid people about. I am not sure it is still like this but a Swiss friend of mine said that they all have to do military training and when they leave the army they take there rifle and ammo home for life.
    By doing this they can have an Army ready to fight in 24 hours. Further to that they must attend a certain number of shoots to maintain there marksmanship so there are ranges in many of the towns around Switzerland. I think all countries should have a similar system in place.

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    That is friggin awesome!

 

 

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