rude robert

Ar15 with scope mounted on the had rail

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Okay, I still a bit confused though. I believe the article said that its actually better mounted higher like 2 inches, but the ar15 is a little higher then that I think. Anyways I haven't had the time to recite my rifle after I moved my scope a inch forward, but I am bored sited. I' thinking about going to somewhere out in desert center area to shoot for a while so I can site in real quick and go for a ride in the car. Any one know where I can go out there with a car. I was thinking also above barstow but the traffic coming back would be terrible as usual. That is why I am thinking more like past the palms spring area thx robert

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I'm not sure Palm Springs would be any better with traffic coming back. You can check out the place where we had our meet and greet (directions on that thread).Or you can go to Lytle Creek Public Range - save gas and site it in there.

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Okay, I still a bit confused though. I believe the article said that its actually better mounted higher like 2 inches, but the ar15 is a little higher then that I think. Anyways I haven't had the time to recite my rifle after I moved my scope a inch forward, but I am bored sited. I' thinking about going to somewhere out in desert center area to shoot for a while so I can site in real quick and go for a ride in the car. Any one know where I can go out there with a car. I was thinking also above barstow but the traffic coming back would be terrible as usual. That is why I am thinking more like past the palms spring area thx robert
To you know where BEE Canyon is East of Hemet? Good place to shoot without driving across country.

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It is legal. There are always a lot of shooters and riders out there. So get there early. It is usually closed to shooting during high fire risk season. To get out to Bee Canyon, first you have to get out to Hemet and get on Florida Ave, (Hwy 74) and head east towards Idywilld, once you pass the ranger station on the righ, its about a half mile past the ranger station, there'll be a dirt road to the left. That's Bee Canyon Truck Trail. Take that road and follow it through a couple of gates and look for a spot to shoot. The earlier you get there the better. Its pretty easy to get to. Copy and past to your browser http://maps.google.com/maps?rlz=1T4GGLL_en...sa=N&tab=il

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