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Offline VINNY

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WHATS YOUR PLAN
« on: April 08, 2010, 03:12:25 PM »
for the weekend!? Who is going shootin'?

Hunting, plinking, ft match, all the above?

Which airgun?

I will be spending a little time with my brother in law shooting at targets.[ not paper, things that jump-break ]

I dont know which airguns I'm bringing yet.
Daisy-Red Ryder,2-15XT pistols,Powerline 1200 pistol/Crosman-Quest 1000,Powermaster 66, 1377 pistol,Pumpmaster 760, 1077 AS/Gamo-Big Cat,Viper Express,CFX in.177,CFX-.22 [Finally!!] Varmint Hunter / 1971 Benjamin 132/ 4 Cummins b-3\'s./ Walther -Falcon hunter .22, Force 1000-.177/Baikal- MP512M-.22/ Winchester -800x-.177/Baretta-92FS,EliteII/Hammerli- 490 Express

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Re: WHATS YOUR PLAN
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2010, 11:32:58 PM »
Weekend plans??? ... Working as usual, - ;)

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Re: WHATS YOUR PLAN
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2010, 03:34:47 AM »
I plan on doing some shooting this weekend with my .22 marauder with a friend.

Targets and red squirlls wil be what im shooting at

Also my son ad nephew have matching powerline 880's with their new center point scopes.so we will be shooting in the backyard at targets.

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RE: WHATS YOUR PLAN
« Reply #3 on: April 09, 2010, 04:05:41 AM »


Heading to the lake withthebetter halfand Benji SS (now which is which??? LOL). Will shoot into my pellet trap unless some live targets present themselves. MANY turtles to practice 50+ yard shots on. And pesky tree rats but they have gotten cagy. They are all over the place until we pull in. I think theyrecognize me.



I just have to be very careful with my down range shots and what is behind or beside the target area. It's not too difficult until the tree foliage fills in. Then it will be strictly pellet trap time. Or the target computer I'm building. LOL



Happy Shooting ... no matter how you do it!!!!



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Powerline 1000S .177 (semi-tuned by me)
Benjamin Super Streak .177/.22 (semi-tuned by me)
Benjamin Trail NP XL1500 (bone stock)
Benjamin Trail NP XL1100 (project gun)
TF89 .22 (tuned by Gene)
Winchester 1000WS .177 (semi-tuned by muwah)
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Offline djmyers

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RE: WHATS YOUR PLAN
« Reply #4 on: April 09, 2010, 04:24:59 AM »
I downloaded some GPS numbers and am going fishing tomorrow.

AM going to the swamp with my youngest daughter to stalk some squirrels later and maybe set some personell records with the 350. Then when I get back I will fill the stock of the Big Cat with self expanding foam.

The most fun part will be the pizza and Ghost Adventures! thats me and the kids rutine on fridays. We order pizza they get to drink soda and we watch ghost adventures.

After fishing tomorrow no telling. WIfe is off sat night so she will want to sit on the couch and watch some kinda chic flick. I just got yelled at again for "playing with my bb guns" too much. So sat and sun might not get to shoot.
Gamo Hunter gas piston GRT 3 leapers 3-9x40ao
Big Cat GRT 3 leapers tactedge  
Diasy 120
RWS 350 mag PG2 leapers 4-16x50ao
Crossman 2200
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Crossman 1377
Daisy 880
2 Chinese underlevers
2 European break barrels.

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Re: WHATS YOUR PLAN
« Reply #5 on: April 09, 2010, 05:01:58 AM »
Going .22lr rifle plinking Sat. or Sun.....and for sure I`m bringing at least 2 air rifles to shoot.  A PCP and a springer for the GTA Target Shooting matches for the 30 and 25 yards distances.
Gamo: Expotec .177 + Big Cat .177 + Viper .177 + Whisper .177, Hammerli Titan .177, Diana model 24 .177, RWS-Diana P5 Magnum pistol .177, Crosman: G1 Extreme .177 + Storm XT .177 + Sierra Pro .177 + 1377 pistol .177, Air Arms S410SL .22, BSA Scorpion T10 .22, FX Cyclone .177, Remington Air Master 77 .177 + BB\'s,

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Re: WHATS YOUR PLAN
« Reply #6 on: April 09, 2010, 12:27:02 PM »
I WENT TO THE RANGE TODAY WITH THE SUMATRA .22 500CC (100 YARDS SHOOTING ZERO) ... I WILL TRY TO GO TOMORROW TOO, BUT SUNDAY.... DAHHH..... I HAVE TO CLEAN THE YARD AND OTHER HOME DUTIES.

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SUMATRA 500cc .22 - mira: Centerpoint 6-24 x 50 mm

MARAUDER .177 - mira: Leapers 8-32 x 56 mm (30mm)

RWS 48 .177 -     mira: Leapers 4-16 x 50 mm

RWS 350 .22  -  mira Centerpoint 3-9 x 50 mm

GAMO WHISPER VH .177 - mira BSA Panther 2.5-10 x 44 mm

953 .177 (INDOOR) - mira Simmons 3-9 x 32 mm

Offline Gene_SC

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Re: WHATS YOUR PLAN
« Reply #7 on: April 09, 2010, 03:07:28 PM »
With Ed's help this week I have wittled the tunes down to only 13 left...:) Will work on some tunes tomorrow and Sunday morning. Sunday afternoon I will be testing a couple of guns with different pellets.. I always have fun trying different pellets...:) Have fun you guys..
THE ONES I SLEEP WITH: BSA Lightning XL, AA TX-200, AA ProSport, BSA Ultra, HW-97K, Crosman NPSS .177, FX Cyclone, HW-30 Nicle Plated, AA-S200, Crosman Marauder, CZ-634, R-9 DG, Webley/Scott UK Tomahawk, Benji Kantana, Benji Marauder, Benji Discovery.....
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RE: WHATS YOUR PLAN
« Reply #8 on: April 10, 2010, 04:00:34 PM »


Plans? The Best laid plans of mice and men oft-times go astray.



I had planned to go to my office, finish up my income tax returns and be home by noon. Then I was going to scope a .22 caliberRX-2, pull the stock on another rifle andstart refinishing it. After that I was just going to kick back and do a little shooting on the 10 yard range in my shop. However, I was turning the key to thelock to the back door of my office at 3:30: the income taxeswere done but after 51/2 hours straight, there wasn't much fire left inside. At least after 19 hours of work the tax returns are done. I came home, ate lunch, took off and met a friend at the hockey game.



Ahhh! But tomorrow, I hope to have a leisurely breakfast, take time to worship and then head to my shop. I have invited a past state champion trap shooter to come over and I intend to introduce him to the world of air rifle shooting. I hope another friend of mine, who had a new Theoben Evolution dropped at his door Monday, will find the time to stop by and show it off. If all goes well I might even find time for a wee bit of rye or a nice cigar.

CRAIG