Hello From DocB


Howdy folks. New to the group, long time shooter, shoot long range, retired USA and fire dept. Spent 8 years in Iraq and Afg, 12 in Central America. Married to my best friend and soulmate. Just wanted to say howdy.



Welcome @DocB
Great to have you here at full 30! Thank you for your service!!!


Welcome to full30. Thank you for your dedicated service.


Welcome to the forum Brother, and thank you for your service.


Welcome to Full30. Glad to have you here. Thank you for your service.


Welcome to Full30 forum @DocB Good to have you here. Jump right in the water’s fine.

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Welcome to the forum and thank you for your service.


Hooah Doc and welcome!






Welcome, and thank you for your service.


Welcome from Indiana Doc and Thank you for your service.


Fort Sherman?


Ft. Davis, Ft.Gulick/Espinar, Ft. Sherman.


Welcome, Doc


@DocB G’day and welcome! Great to meet to another Long range shooter. What are you shooting?


Welcome to FULL30, we are glad you are here. You are among a good crew of Vets and shooters.


Hey Mate, good to hear from Down Under. I worked with several Aussies and Kiwis in AFG, Really great blokes and “fairly” good shots, lol. Actually they were very great shots and quite deadly. I truly enjoyed working with them.

I shoot a 24 inch barrel originally Mossberg 4x4 300WM but now fully customed and deadly accurate. I kept the laminated stock because of the strength and I liked the appearance to keep it’s visual signature to a minimum. Fully bedded and pillared, magazine removed and modified to accept bedding and longer & heavier Bergers and Hornady bullets, floated. Rock solid. A bit on the heavy side, but I prefer that for accuracy. My philosophy is “if you can’t hump it, don’t shoot it”.

Thanks for the hello, it’s really good to hear from you mate! Cheerie Bye!


@DocB sounds like a solid rig mate.
I’m playing with a .223 Tikka Varmint in factory configuration and currently building a .280AI. The .223 used for under 600 and under, the .280AI for 700 and beyond.
Look forward to hearing more about your shooting.