Thanks! I am going to upload the Ohio Marcs system and set that to search mode.kyguy said:No suggestions on freqs.(I'm not in that area!) Just a comment to you; GOOD LUCK in the Nationals !!!
As far as I know Camp Perry has never been heard on MARCS. I doubt whether they would have a MARCS radio.newbie said:Thanks! I am going to upload the Ohio Marcs system and set that to search mode.
Well 6 years in the Marines taught me to shoot and with the matches I shot in this year it seems that I have not forgotten all of it (just the important stuff). Have a real nice M1 Garand for that match and a pretty decent 1903-A3 as well.
best thing about it is getting to shoot with my dad in the nationals. Hopefully one day my son and I will do the same.
Excellent idea, I forgot those. Those might be active there.kc8rak said:Maybe try some of those "intra squad radios" in the miltary band. There posted on line,i just dont remember where.
LOL you would think... but I was out in the San Diego area last year and went by Camp Pendleton. Stopped off at the Guard shack and stated I used to be stationed here at camp xxxx. Just want to drive through the areas and see how much has changed. Quick look over the vehicle and it was have a nice time.STiMULi said:Be careful in Camp Perry. They are awfully paranoid there
http://www.atf.treas.gov/firearms/curios/intro.htmmmartinfan said:Bound Books no longer need to be kept after your C&R license expire (if you let it expire) My 1903 and my M1 are the best C&R stuff but my (2) K31 Swiss rifles are very nice also.
Camp Perry is nice but highly doubt you will get shot there. Now Camp Peary is cool more likely you will get shot there.