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More silhouette handguns.

AMT 10" Lightning



Custom BF Arms with 15" Shilen match barrel.



Browning Buckmark 5.5" Target. Perfect for Standing category.

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Not the greatest of shots, but this is my 541-T at a club match at Winnsboro Gun Club.

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Custom Anschutz Exemplar for Unlimited category.



Same Exemplar previously setup for Unlimited Any Sight Standing with Ken Light 5" high-rise mount and Leupold 6.5-20x scope.

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Here's my Exemplar for UAS. I shoot from prone (w/o the bipod of course). Scope is a Bush Elite 4200 4-16x that I use at 10x.
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Dan Wesson Silhouette Revolver .22LR



United Sporting Arms El Dorado .22LR

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Freedom Arms Silhouette .22LR. My second most accurate rimfire.



The first rifle I ever shot a silhouette match with. Mossberg 144 LSB.

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I'm really liking seeing these pistols posted. Always fun seeing something new to a person.

My dad shooting turkeys at our home indoor range with his 541S.

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...our home indoor range ...
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Colour me green with envy!
Come on out!

It's not the prettiest, but 130 yards wind free, rain free, and illuminated.

The pictures are from different eras in time. We're always working to make it better, but sometimes it's hard to work and not shoot.



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It will certainly jade a person....

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I'm really liking seeing these pistols posted. Always fun seeing something new to a person.

Thanks! I'll post some more later.

My dad shooting turkeys at our home indoor range with his 541S.
Nice to have a home range.
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Nice to have a home range.
That it is. Hassle free and just comfortable. Sadly, you can't blame the wind for a miss so it can get depressing at times.
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That it is. Hassle free and just comfortable. Sadly, you can't blame the wind for a miss so it can get depressing at times.
What is that structure used for when you are not shooting?
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My old Standing rig. Ruger MKII Target.



TC Contender 10" Match with B&L 2-6x scope.

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What is that structure used for when you are not shooting?
Waiting for us to come shoot. Today, its sole purpose is for the range however, for nearly the first 30 years of its life, it was a chicken house (broiler). We owned a four house farm. To shorten a longer story, Pilgrim's Pride filed bankruptcy and through the course of it, the farm ceased production.

We capitalized and adapted a 40'x400' building into a shooting range. I bought new lighting today for a more permanent illumination of the targets and then likely overhead lights highlighting each silhouette distance.
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