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Posted: 1/20/2001 5:12:50 PM EST
Hey folks, what is your preffered snack when going to the range. I preffer to pack some munchies when I go. The ranges are quite a ways from where I live. I normally stay for the day when I go. Here are my favorites: Balance Bars (Chocolate Brownie) MetRx bars (peanut butter or chocolate) Redvines Doritos (Sour Cream) 20oz Bottles of Diet Pepsi I normally grab breakfast on the way at McD's. sausage mcmuffin with egg and a large diet coke.
Link Posted: 1/20/2001 5:34:16 PM EST
[size=4]No snacks... just a six of Diet Pepsi and a couple fine cigars. Shooting demands cigars.[/size=4]
Link Posted: 1/20/2001 5:39:24 PM EST
[Last Edit: 1/20/2001 5:42:19 PM EST by bigdb1]
[size=4]Oh yeah... and I haven't had a McMuffin since they came out with those excellent Spanish omelette bagels. Now that's eatin'.[:)][/size=4]
Link Posted: 1/20/2001 5:41:45 PM EST
Swear to God I'm trying to quit! Smokes and Coke (the drinking kind :) )
Link Posted: 1/20/2001 5:46:17 PM EST
Two 20 oz. PEPSI ONES and a brunette![@:D]
Link Posted: 1/20/2001 6:03:43 PM EST
Skoal
Link Posted: 1/20/2001 6:10:45 PM EST
Beer and Pretzels.
Link Posted: 1/20/2001 6:23:46 PM EST
I don't eat, but my M4 snacks on a whole bunch of stuff.
Link Posted: 1/20/2001 6:47:25 PM EST
Link Posted: 1/20/2001 7:32:18 PM EST
[@:D] <---- Am I lookin' like a for really sho nuff "PIMP DADDY" or what !!!
Link Posted: 1/20/2001 7:38:16 PM EST
Copenhagen
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 1:55:23 AM EST
I must be blessed. The Highpower Rangemaster at my shoots always puts on a feast, FREE! Burgers,sauages,crabs,etc Last week when it was real cold, he had a huge pot of potato soup, about 10 gallons. It's worth the entry fee just to eat! [:D]
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 2:19:09 AM EST
Nothing except a stick of gum. I starve all day and get fast food on the way back.
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 2:19:17 AM EST
My GF and some .22LR, .223 and 12ga brass. .223 tastes the best, .22LR is just too crunchy and that plastic in the 12ga just sucks. Kharn
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 2:58:33 AM EST
Several of our club members are excellent grillers, so each shoot is a picnic and the wives toss in their help. We shoot till lunch, break, bs, eat, then fully revived we enter the second phase of the shoot. You wouldn't believe some of the menus.
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 3:33:18 AM EST
>>>Balance Bars (Chocolate Brownie) MetRx bars (peanut butter or chocolate) Redvines Doritos (Sour Cream) 20oz Bottles of Diet Pepsi I normally grab breakfast on the way at McD's. sausage mcmuffin with egg and a large diet coke.<<< Lordtrader, Balance Bars; MetRX Bars; Doritos ??? [>:/] Jay Arizona
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 3:36:45 AM EST
Actually, if I get hungry I'll just make a orange/yellow shooting clay sandwich. Now it's [|)] time.
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 3:46:38 AM EST
Pringle potato chips, Hershey bars and 2ltr Mt. Dew [:X*][<]:)] [puke] love some of these new smilies
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 4:03:48 AM EST
I don't eat when I'm at the range,too much lead on my hands and in the air from shooting. I may have something to drink mostly water. I also stop by the club house to wash my hands and face before I leave the range. :)
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 5:11:10 AM EST
Beef Jerky.
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 8:01:51 AM EST
M&Ms.
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 8:37:59 AM EST
Balance Bars (Chocolate Brownie) MetRx bars (peanut butter or chocolate) Redvines Doritos (Sour Cream) 20oz Bottles of Diet Pepsi I normally grab breakfast on the way at McD's. sausage mcmuffin with egg and a large diet coke.
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I'm with ya all the away up to the diet sodas. Either stick with real sugar or (even better) avoid sodas, man. That artificial sweetner is B-A-D.
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 8:56:52 AM EST
Politically incorrect fun deserves politically incorrect food: Chili Burger and chili fries from Tommy Burger. http://www.originaltommys.com/
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 9:33:30 AM EST
BIGDB1: Oh yeah... and I haven't had a McMuffin since they came out with those excellent Spanish omelette bagels. Now that's eatin'. Bagels? What's a Bagel? They introduced bagels in Alabama 6 months ago, I think the store actually had 4 customers before it closed. Down here we eat BISCUITS. Made with CRISCO. With BUTTER on 'em. And GRAVY. And none of that sissy stuff that comes in an envlope either. We make ours from the grease left in the pan after you fry the sausage. Bet you folks don't have grits either. No wonder we have so many heart doctors when you drive in to the big city!
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 9:38:50 AM EST
Beef Jerky !
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 10:29:13 AM EST
Bagels? What's a Bagel? They introduced bagels in Alabama 6 months ago, I think the store actually had 4 customers before it closed. Down here we eat BISCUITS. Made with CRISCO. With BUTTER on 'em. And GRAVY. And none of that sissy stuff that comes in an envlope either. We make ours from the grease left in the pan after you fry the sausage. Bet you folks don't have grits either. No wonder we have so many heart doctors when you drive in to the big city!
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Last time I was in AL I stopped at at a McDonalds and they had McGrits. mmmm real biscuits and gravey. Time to eat! [pyro]
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 10:46:25 AM EST
[Last Edit: 1/21/2001 10:49:34 AM EST by bigdb1]
Down here we eat BISCUITS. Made with CRISCO. With BUTTER on 'em. And GRAVY.
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[size=4]Nothing wrong with biscuits, they are a great side with fried chicken or bacon and eggs. However, they are an inadequate transport mechanism for a slice of sausage, pepperjack cheese, cheddar cheese and a Spanish omelette slathered in bachemele (sp?) sauce. They crumble down the car seat too. No, bagels are superior in the application.[/size=4]
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 12:46:49 PM EST
[size=4]They crumble down the car seat too. No, bagels are superior in the application.[/size=4][/quote] We usually just let the young uns' eat the crumbs - They usually get them before they ever hit the floorboard!
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 1:17:55 PM EST
uhhh...... I just walk the two feet into my kitchen and eat. kinda nice owning lots of rural oregon land that I can shoot on :)
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 1:49:47 PM EST
Preffered snacks at the range? Well I prefer lobster tails and a nice fillet tenterloin, both done on the grill with garlic, tender loin done medium rare, with a side of fresh asperragus au dente, again with a pinch of garlic, baked potato with sour cream and chive. What I usually bring to eat in the pits before the next relay starts shooting is a can of "cat food" (tuna or chicken), a package or three of string cheese, beef jerky, a couple of diet Squirts and a canteen of water.
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 2:10:20 PM EST
Capn Crunch with Crunch berries. Dont you guys know McDee`s gives copious amounts of cash to the antigunners? They haven`t seen a dime of mine since. I can just imagine the good eats I`m missin.[>:/]
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 3:36:35 PM EST
[Last Edit: 1/21/2001 3:56:44 PM EST by lordtrader]
[size=5][blue]Why I like egg Mc[b]Muffins[/b][/blue][/size=5] [img]albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1193917&a=8798140&p=38762693[/img]
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 3:46:49 PM EST
I nominate LORDTRADER for AR15.com's "member of the year". [:)]
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 3:47:12 PM EST
Hey, when did McDonalds start serving Whoppers !
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 4:07:17 PM EST
where is this shining example of Americas premier dining establishment,and what`s the story morning glory? I`ve seen it a few times and nobody seems to know what gives. Inquiring minds and all.
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 4:14:09 PM EST
Coffee and jerky
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 4:20:03 PM EST
GOT MILK ? [:D]
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 5:42:50 PM EST
Stop at the restaurant on the way up and get a breakfast burrito to go - lasts me until 2 or so - then I break out the pork rinds and Cherry Coke. Saw some guy eating a pickle today at the range. Always have to wonder, though . . . if I don't wash my hands before eating, am I giving myself lead poisoning?
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 6:40:51 PM EST
A thermos of very hot coffee.Tempature was 11 degrees a couple weeks ago.Today we had a heat wave with 24 out this morning at the range,but i still have to dig my brass out of the snow.I say that we all go shooting with Lordtrader sometime.We'll swing by HIS McDonalds first though! [:D]
Link Posted: 1/21/2001 8:58:21 PM EST
if it's a plinking day then LordTraders snacks would do fine, actually any day they'd be fine. Actually for a match I eat a light b-fast with just some cookies and coffee for range snacks. I also take a regular lunch, sandwich, chips and a little fruit but nothing heavy as it messes with the digestion and it's not fun having to make an emergency head call in the middle of a string of fire. No second shots there folks. If you normally drink a cup or so of coffee in the morning do the same on a range day, the lack of coffee will make you as shaky as too much java. just my 2c. [sniper]
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 6:03:56 AM EST
LordTrader how did you get those girls to bare their breasts, did you promise them a big mac later that afternoon.[:)]
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 6:16:10 AM EST
When you are eating at the range, you must be very careful to wash your hands very thoughly. Otherwise, you could get lead poisoning from the primers & combustion residues.
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 6:18:47 AM EST
If I go Monday through Saturday, I skip the food and eat when I get home. If I go on Sunday, one of the clubs I belong to puts out lunch in the clubhouse and I go there to stuff my face with cold cuts, kielbasi, haluski, etc. Also, the draft beer is less than $1 per glass, so I have a couple of those, too.
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 6:28:39 AM EST
I like the one on the top, second from the left. I think she best represents the double cheeseburger value meal - my favorite.
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 7:58:37 AM EST
I dont eat at the range, for the reason mentioned by warlord. there is no running water at my range to clean the lead residue off. I usually take a thermos of something to drink.
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 9:08:05 AM EST
I like the bottom left. I love women with a little overbite. That way they always have enough bite for my meal. [spank]
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 10:11:37 AM EST
The one on the upper left winds it for me. She is pulling a dual manuever flash right behind some unlucky sob. It`s close to perfect.
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 10:25:52 AM EST
Nothing like fresh milk, right from the tap. At the range, more fresh milk would be nice, but lots of Espresso or a 5th of Jack.
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 10:29:43 AM EST
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 4:28:28 PM EST
Oh I forgot about beef jerky. I have to cut that out though cause of the hi sodium. Bad for blood pressure.
Link Posted: 1/22/2001 5:50:59 PM EST
[Last Edit: 1/22/2001 5:51:30 PM EST by Rich314]
the art of long range shooting lowers the blood pressure, so it` a wash, So jerky up. Oh, I forgot I like 'Aunt Bee`s Improved Pickles'
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