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Bowling pins are the target of the bowling ball in various bowling games including tenpins, five-pins, duckpins, and candlepins.
My father used to, albeit on rare occasions, do bowling pin shoots back in the day (1980s). Last year I read a couple books on the topic (Pin Shooting: A Complete Guide, by Mitchell Ota and Hit the White Part by Massad Ayoob) and I find it interesting. This summer, in addition to some other...
So, I've been thinking about if there is ever an era in which I'm not so slammed for time, getting into bowling pin shooting. In the short term, I'll likely be putting up such a setup on the home range, but that is another topic. On the subject, I've been reading a 1982 vintage book by Massad...