The author of the article, Tom Austin, wrote, “After a short drive up Interstate-15, I soon found myself at Spirit Ridge overlooking an amazing, vivid, life-like, selection of black silhouette animal targets with bright white, highly visible gongs in lace of their vitals. The targets were nestled among hip-high Western sagebrush, choked with reddish-brown foxtail chess and green cheat-grass. Just like in practical hunting scenarios, some targets say level with the solid shooting benches as well as several uphill and downhill angles to factor into the shot. I shifted the Predator and other shooting paraphernalia from the Rhino to a shooting bench and began to shoot the course.”
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For all you veterans of SRRG, let us know if you think Tom Austin accurately described what it is like shooting at SRRG. Just make your comments on this post.