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    Is it a Indian made one? Than they have to be afraid of hitting a bull!

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    Might I suggest an audition for the show Top Shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOOKED ON HISTORY View Post
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    Might I suggest an audition for the show Top Shot?
    Long way to go for a try out. Patrick's in Germanyicon! I'd rather have him here anyway- hiding in the computer.....

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    First one from me this year, but have had the hands full with the little one, anyway range report in the normal threads, was using a L42 lookalike, and more of a test run but pleased so far, using downloads for this card,


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    Looks like “bigduke” had an extra cup of java, then tried for the inverted “hollow group”, to match Patrick’s entry in the NERVOUS HOLE-PUNCHER category.
    Or else he felt sorry for the rest of us and threw that last shot out of the 10 ring on purpose.
    Either way it is GREAT SHOOTING!

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    Thanks fn, but it was down to the rifle and scope, I was just squeezing the trigger !! In truth a lot more to do with the downloaded ammo, but an enjoyable day was had.
    Pics of the rifle in the range reports. (backsight was removed to bore sight it, as I thought it was trouble with windage slip ring, but was the locking ring that was loose).

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    Hey, you´ve set the level very high! Great shooting! Will do the next week my first one.
    Regards Ulrich

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    I think the temps need to get a bit cooler before I do much rifle shooting again. Over 100 degrees F for a high today. what's that in C? Ummmm--((F-32)x5)/9=~39 degrees C....Makes for not just discomfort but more importantly- rusty rifles!

    So we've been having a big time with the S&Ws lately. Addictive it is shooting the wheel guns at 25 and 50 yards. Wishing now the monthly IHMSA matches were still held locally. They were buckets of fun!

    But at any rate, I plan to have some more entries here. Just got off track shooting "non-appropriate" stuff.

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    Just wonder if there would be any interest in a 25 yard/mtrs shoot/comp for the .22 milsurp trainers etc. May open a few more doors for members, any thoughts ?

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    I would be interested,I don't have a 100 yard range near anymore. I have a .22 Patt. 14 I'd like to use, and a couple No.2 rifles.



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