RKittine wrote:About to list an airport for sale. Has multiple hangers, multiple multi-acre building lots, a pond, and operating shop, operating flight school etc. Also close to a seaplane base. Anyone interested? Actually one of three available.
Tim McCormack wrote:RKittine wrote:About to list an airport for sale. Has multiple hangers, multiple multi-acre building lots, a pond, and operating shop, operating flight school etc. Also close to a seaplane base. Anyone interested? Actually one of three available.
Unfortunately, That's a pretty good indication of interest level anymore.
RKittine wrote:I am not real optimistic Tim, but who knows.
What caliber do you shoot for long range accuracy? I am looking for a new Bolt Action centerfire.
cubdriver2 wrote:I agree, too many guys who take their floats off and forget to put them back on
cubdriver2 wrote:Here you go Tim, biggest smile you'll ever have. Off the water in less then 100'
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CFII wrote:I'll take one of those airports in WA State please.
As for long range sporting rifles, it's hard to beat the .300 WinMag but, the recoil during repetitive shots makes that .22-250 Remington sound real good.
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