Imcrazy wrote:Select Fire is the best indoor range in the Cleveland area IMO. If only because they have a great range safety program.
I usually shoot outdoors at Erie County Conservation League or at a friends property but, when the weather is bad or I'm short on time I pay the big fee and hit Select Fire.
concreteguy wrote:Does anyone have any first hand experience with the public range at Monroe Lake Wildlife Area? I'll be in the area in a few weeks with a few hours to kill. I've tried searching here and on Buckeye Firearms, but could not find anything of use. Thanks.
MyWifeSaidYes wrote:If you are in central Ohio and have tried looking for parts for your AR platform rifle or pistol, you know how hard it is to find someone who stocks such parts locally.
You typically pay $5 shipping for a 99¢ part from an online retailer, or spend more than you had planned just to make the shipping worth it.
As many of you may know, I won an Anderson lower receiver as a door prize at the OFCC picnic earlier this month. That receiver was donated by Build A Gun, I company I was not familiar with, until recently. ( http://www.facebook.com/buildagun1911 )
I stopped in and met the owner, Bryan, and spoke with him for quite a while, taking breaks so he could take care of customers. Since I'm perpetually broke, I wasn't able to purchase anything that day...and that made me VERY sad after seeing that I really could "Build A Gun" with all the parts he stocks!
What made me happy is that his store is in northwestern Columbus, right up against anti-gun cities Dublin and Powell !! Add to that the fact that he has neighbors pi***d off that his store even exists and that is more than enough to make me want to support this business with every spare penny I can dig up.
Stop in and say hello, but don't tell him I sent you...he might just kick you out !!
Dave44142 wrote:does anyone use the Parma Armory?
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