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A humbling experience.........

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by famill00, Mar 27, 2007.

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  1. famill00

    famill00 TS Member

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    Yesterday I stopped in at a local skeet range to get a bag or two of lead ($25 Star) The only person there had a new Grade 6 Citori .410 and asked if I wanted to shoot a round with him. Sure, why not. I have shot skeet with a 12 gauge before and usually shoot above 20 with my hunting gun. The .410 was not as forgiving. I think that shooting the baby bores would really make skeet more fun! I think I busted 12 with it. It was alot of fun! And no I didnt wear a pink tutu or put on a skirt or anything.

    Forrest
     
  2. Woodyard

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    NASA sent that crazy broad back to the Air Force. Hope she isn't flying around with a nuclear weapon or something.
     
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  4. smartass

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    Actually, Woodyard, that "crazy broad" is a Navy Captain and wasn't sent to the Air Force.
     
  5. ec90t

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    Around these parts they have been know to shoot some .410 Annies from the 16yd line. It is impressive to see a 4th shot break the bird.

    ec90t
     
  6. Bluzman98

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    If you want to really be humbled....try shooting mid to late season mourning doves with a 410. It was a blast, but it took more shells than I could count to get a limit......

    JMHO

    Jim C
     
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