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Old 09-06-2010, 12:40 AM   #1
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Shooting an Asprin with a 22 Rim Fire @ 22 feet.


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I was introduced to the sport of Aspirin Shooting by a 12 year old Competition Shooter - son of a range friend. We used .22 rifles, at 50 yards.

The kid cleaned my clock but GOOD!!

It is an excellent way to practice precision shooting on the cheap. Aspirins have a shelf life - we all usually have a bottle or two that is out of date. Take it to the range!

What we did was to tape them onto a black poster board. Very satisfying to bust them!

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I was shooting grasshoppers at 25 with my neos today on the range. Asprin no problem.

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How about stopping in the "Introductions" area and tell us a little about yourself? Thanks.

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neat! .....................10

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This past summer my son and myself had a shootin' match. He was out-shooting me, (and I qualified "expert" many years ago), so I dared him to put a round through a washer. We were shooting at approx 35 yds and danged if he didn't do it!. Not on the first try, but on the 2nd, and 3rd.He was using my old Stevens Buckhorn M-53b, with a scout scope set-up. 2x-5x.CCI mini-mags..He has 3 other .22's, all winchesters, but that Stevens is his favorite.

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Brings back memories,
My old friend and I would use bench guns to shoot flys at 100 yards. Put jelly on the target and wait for the flys. After several at our club watched this, we made a fly target for informal competition matches.

Doing the same with a 22 at shorter range could be fun.

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Maybe i'll start with one of those toilet deoderizers & work down from there...Tums, that is a good goal for me.

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Maybe i'll start with one of those toilet deoderizers & work down from there...Tums, that is a good goal for me.
Oh hell orangello put a polar bear out there to start. Aim big then work your way down.
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not too long ago i helped my dad build a porch for our house. i remember him gettin pissed at the bore bees for drilling in the wood. solution me and hime and a bunch of .22 so cool watchin there wings float to the ground.

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