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Down in the butts

This is a part of the range that a lot of people do not see or understand, so with bullets flying overhead shooters either imagine that it is dark, dangerous & mysterious or that the markers are sitting in comfort with tea, coffee facilities & portable TV's for when they get really bored. Reality as always is neither of these options

The entrance to the Century butts from Siberia

The tunnel to the Siberia butts by Jennies, note the netting to catch wastage from clays & shot

The entrance to the Siberia butts

Short Siberia target frames

The process for loading your target is quite simple,

  1. Find one that is not too damaged
  2. Load it into the your allocated firing point frame (the numbers are under the mantle) top first & then use the wooden locking blocks
  3. Use the black & white patches provided to you by the range office to cover any existing butllet holes
  4. At the bottom of the metal frame you will notice a metal bar that is preventing the mechanism from rising up, just move this to one side and lift, the counterbalance does the rest
  5. Take your shots and return for some more patching

Not a good day


I discovered the below video's on YouTube


300 yard snap shooting on Century


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