Back in October, I met some old Vietnam/Air Force and Air Guard buddies for a reunion in Montana. We were in Whitefish. It was a Manly Reunion, so we ate well, smoked cigars, drank whisky, toured Glacier National Park, shot Sporting Clays, and did a two day fly fishing float trip for trout. (Caught my first trout, and it was on a fly I tied myself). We also spent a day at the NEMO facility shooting range. (Google their rifles). One of the guys had an in there, and we shot their rifles all day. They wanted rounds put through their barrels, so we filled that square for them. An unbelievable range-they train Special Operators there. We shot 5.56, 300 Blackout, .308, and .300 Win Mag at ranges from 25 yds to 1000 yards. The .300 Win Mag had a patented recoil reducer built into it, so it did not bother me to shoot a cannon like that all day. Very, very, very $$$$$$$ weapons. Silenced, too. At the end of the day, the head guy said we all had 5 shots at 1000 yards with the .300 Win Mag. Man, that is a long way out there. Another guy and I hit it twice, but everyone hit it at least once. If I lived out there, I would have to have that .308. I will try to post some pictures. Def the trip of the year kind of stuff!