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Old 04-08-2021, 03:14 PM
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Great shooting Stan.

I intend on shooting those active gnomes after I locate a styrofoam cup from one of the neighbors

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Old 04-09-2021, 07:04 PM
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I really thought I got them all until I got home and found my new Eagle Eye and Plug Gage in the mail !!! (Should have left them in the box until after posting ... LOL)

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Missed it by >that< much, Robert...

Good shooting by anybody's standards! .


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Old 04-09-2021, 08:01 PM
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First try at scoped 3
Nice end to a day of yard work, slight breeze , with low light,,, darn dog moved at the last min.

PJ / John
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Dimondback 6-24x50 At 24
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Nice day , light wind but failing light.
PS, gave the green monster a run tonight as well, 246 ,9x ,not to bad,
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That dog target is gonna reach the same status as the wiggly gnomes...

Nicely done John...


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Nice shooting from all of you buddys! I hope to join the fun again soon. The snow is melting but oh the wind
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Robert and John are making a real good showing on those jumping dogs. Really good shoot gentlemen.

Kickin some butt on the GM John

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Some nice shooting so far this month, guys. Must be the warmer weather
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Chilly 807, Sean
115/120, C2 scoped
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Sunny and almost calm, 10 C
Just a shade high.. the shot I mean

This one gave me fits at first, slow steady squeezes just weren't getting the job done.
Then I decided, "Well, if it's a varmint rifle, shoot it like one!" Once the crosshairs settled, a quick aggressive squeeze and move on to the next shot.
Sometimes being too careful doesn't work for me. Along the lines of "Git 'er done!"



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Nice shooting Sean,,
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Good shooting Sean!
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