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  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rue
    ...oh yeah...for the record...while I can't euthanize my own pets...(someone else has to do pull the trigger for me)...

    ...I am (was) an excellent shot. Now, with my arthritis issues...not so good anymore...but still not bad...

    One of my useless talents...lol.

    I'm better with a rifle than a pistol though...I admit to that...although I didn't have near the practice time with the pistol...

    And I really only have ever been interested in target shooting, or clay pigeons...but I prefer a rifle to a shotgun...
    I wouldn't consider it a useless talent. You can put food on the table and defend yourself...Not useless at all.

    I am really into long range hunting as well. Shot a deer a few years back at 650 yards away.
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    You're right...but I won't kill for food...I prefer my meat neatly wrapped and presented in the grocery store coolers...

    However, when the Zombies get here...I'm good to go...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rue

    However, when the Zombies get here...I'm good to go...
    LOL. My 18 year old son is convinced a Zombie invasion will be coming soon.

    Way too much X-Box if you ask me.
    Warning; Bulldog Pleco guarding my Sons tank now..

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    Another good one is the Ruger Super Redhawk .44 mag. It's gonna cost a little more, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demjor19
    I wouldn't consider it a useless talent. You can put food on the table and defend yourself...Not useless at all.

    I am really into long range hunting as well. Shot a deer a few years back at 650 yards away.
    Tell us a bit more about that shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllenIsbell
    Another good one is the Ruger Super Redhawk .44 mag. It's gonna cost a little more, though.
    yup, I have a 5 1/2" stainless redhawk .44 but doesn't get shot enough. Ammo is pricey, generally $30-$50 a box of 50 rounds. I bought a .44 mag lever Marlin a couple years ago and it's a blast to shoot. Still rather shoot .22 & 9mm at the range, a little less traumatic

    good gun forum here especially for PA folks

    http://forum.pafoa.org/

    I do my gun business there, my fish business here, my religion business elsewhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJim
    yup, I have a 5 1/2" stainless redhawk .44 but doesn't get shot enough. Ammo is pricey, generally $30-$50 a box of 50 rounds. I bought a .44 mag lever Marlin a couple years ago and it's a blast to shoot. Still rather shoot .22 & 9mm at the range, a little less traumatic

    good gun forum here especially for PA folks

    http://forum.pafoa.org/

    I do my gun business there, my fish business here, my religion business elsewhere
    Im far more religeous about my fish and guns then I am ANYWHERE else

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    I took the test...and my new licence is in the mail.

    I'm off to the rifle range when it gets here...anyone wanna come with me? I'm rusty...haven't shot anything for a good 10 years.

    Those paper targets are likely quite safe...

    BTW...anyone ever use those hard plastic 'self-healing' targets? I'm thinking of asking for those for Xmas...then I can practice at home during the summer months...
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    I think those targets are only good for 22cal

    I only time that I had ever used one I was shooting a 308. I can safely say it was NOT meant for large cal shooting
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    These were the ones I was thinking of. According to the package I think I should be able to use them...but I don't quite see it myself. But then again...I don't really know yet, do I?

    http://www.cabelas.com/product/Do-Al...+Products%3BRL
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