Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by wakejoe, Feb 18, 2009.
Where did you go?
Browns Camp, and there about.
My pants don't fit without my 1911 IWB.
The guys in the back love staring at you guys
They have probably never seen an evil black rifle, and think it is the devil.aranoid:aranoid:aranoid:
Anyone happen to see Adrian get squeamish in the second video?
Shooting again tomorrow, I'll have more.
Could be! They had a nice AK, though. I overheard the guy talking about refinishing the wood himself. Looked nice from where we were at!
I'll hijack your thread with a pic from shooting today;
Krista shooting, look at that smile
Keep 'em commin', PG.
I only snapped a few today, some more krista, doing practical rifle in the seated position
Can we add the location to the Map?
Neat. Good camera work--looks like a fun time was had by all.
However---- I've seen pierced primers, blown case heads and at least a couple of blown up guns. Bullet chunks, copper jackets and rock chips can come back amazing distances.
Buy and use some eye protection. For everyone, not just the shooters. Please.
Yeah adrian, safety first!
I usually always wear glasses because I've been hit with enough stuff coming back to know.
Who did the finish on your shotgun? Im looking to have my 870 done very similar
Looks like you all had more fun than I did today.............
here is a pic of me last time I went shooting (yes, that is really me)
Full auto baby!!!
Thats the factory finish on my benelli M4, they offer several of their tactical shotguns in black or desert camo.
That's the Shotgun you brought to the tiny show at the suqare dance center in Brush Prairie. Nice weapon. I wish I could get my wife to shoot my 12 ga......
Yep that was the benellis one and only public appearance. lol
How were the roads at browns camp? Last time I drove out there, the only vehicles heading up the main road were 4wd trucks. The crown vic didnt stand a chance. On the up side, it's the main reason I decided to join Tri-County. In fact, I had the pleasure of spending the morning there with my new woman. The two hits above my last string were my last two rounds... overdid the elevation/windage adjustments a wee bit.
They were okay. We tried to take a side road at one point and got stuck. Just a quick throw into 4x4Low got us out though.
Main road was okay. A little squirrely in some spots, but no big deal.
Today was the first time I had the guts to shoot the 12 guage. I was very proud of myself, dammit! :woot::yes:
And probably only about the third time shooting the 1911, which I am getting better with, also. (Other than the flinching:laugh
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