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Nice Rack

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by RayReys, May 29, 2013.

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  1. RayReys

    RayReys Member

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    Not the best tools for dedicated clays work, but hey, those HD/tactical guns are getting some good exercise and their owners are getting some practice. It's also fun seeing how I fare when borrowing one.

    But...it's also a treat seeing something like this nowadays (Took this last month):


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    PS - I say the rack that most people think we're posting will show up within five posts... :D
     
  2. acorange

    acorange Well-Known Member

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    Good Pic of the pump trap guns in the rack but in the old days there would have been that gaudy black label tape with the owners name on the forend so nobody would pick up the wrong M-12 or 870.
     
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    Ahab Well-Known Member

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    OK! Happy ow?







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  5. revbook

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    Another thread with a misleading title!
     
  6. stokinpls

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    Ten reasons to take up shootin'.


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    Bob Falfa
     
  7. Dbl Auto

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    I would trade all six of the guns to the left in the op for the 3200 on the far right.
    Doug Allison
     
  8. Leo

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    Since it is usually the young guys that have the pseudo combat looking shotguns, I tend to welcome them. They usually need a little additional coaching for range safety, but will cooperate. Where else are they going to learn range etiquite? Once they start to develop some skills you'll see them get some more traditional shotguns. (those pumpguns with the combat collapsible stocks kick like a mule)

    Most of us started with field grade hunting shotguns.

    We need to promote and build this sport, the new guys have to start somewhere. Plus many of us are getting too old or sick to unload truckloads of targets anymore.
     
  9. AveragEd

    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    Is this more in keeping with the thread's intended topic?


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    Ed
     
  10. Coyote 270

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    Fairbanks State Shoot 2009
     
  11. joe kuhn

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    Leo - I like your approach to working with new folks. Very forward looking and gracious. Great model for us all.

    Thanks,
    Joe
     
  12. CharlieAMA

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    All the racks are nice. LOL.
     
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