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Old 05-25-2014, 06:22 PM   #31
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Hopefully this doesn't become a discussion on politics and stays on the topic of shooting sports. Four years ago after several failed surgeries I gave up skeet and trap shooting. I love to shoot and have a passion for firearms. I started shooting my old Mark ll 22/45 and had so much fun. My collection had grown and as long as I don't shoot to much it's not to hard on my neck. It's also a great way to meet other shooting enthusiast in the RV parks we are in. Last year in FL we had 5-6 guys and girls shooting 1-2 times a week. This is my modest collection. Attachment 53251
The GP100 was a gift from my wonderful wife for my birthday.
I swear, I thought that was my collection when I first saw the picture.
Main difference is my 'plastic' handgun is a Glock 26.

Actually my GP100 was stolen. I sure do miss that one.
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Old 05-25-2014, 08:08 PM   #32
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My Sig P220 .45 has never failed to feed or eject, but has FTF a few times, light pin strikes. I need to respring it one of these days.
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Old 05-25-2014, 08:32 PM   #33
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Very seldom do any shooting when on vacation and camping; however, I do carry a .40 with me at all times. Will add a .44 magnum with Cor-bon 300 gr. JSP, if hiking in some areas.

And if in grizzly country, been known to go with a Mossberg 500 Cruiser with Brenneke 600 grs black magic slugs.

Guess since I live in Moab and surrounded by thousands of shooting spots on millions of acres of land, I do all my shooting near home.

But I agree, shooting is a great sport; and most do not believe it when I say a relaxing sport.
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Dan having a GP stolen would suck. It's become my favorite shooter well maybe tied with the 1911. Did they break in?
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not much of a gun guy, I have my shotguns, rifles, muzzle loaders, but my passion is long bows and recurves, used to own a archery shop and shot competitively, with training wheels, but the last 10 years all I shoot is wood, no more carbon fiber or wheels for me, here is a few of my bows I own, the wolf creek is my fav, but the black widow iron wood is really nice, I also have made a few from Osage (long bows) but they don` t shoot as nice as the customs
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a hole in one of course.....:d

lmao fi !!

Colt .22 target pistol. Like a cap gun, but cheap and fun.
Love shooting my Glock 21c compensated .45 but 50 cents a pop adds up.
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Old 05-25-2014, 11:05 PM   #37
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jevanb Those bows are beautiful true works of art. I know nothing about bows so forgive stupid questions but are those custom made? I haven't really shopped for them but have never seen anything like them. Very nice.
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Like I said I love the AR platform. I have shot a M16 when in the Marines 600 yards into a 44" target. Did darn good to. All Marines must qualify from the 200 300 and 500 yard line. And thats with open sights. I'm afraid my old eyes aren't up to that anymore. Also to think about getting in a sitting position with that tight sling makes everything hurt. How far out is that red dot good for?
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At 100 yds it covers a clay and I very seldom miss. If I do miss I got 29 more chances.
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