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ShagNasty1001 03-03-2013 12:33 AM

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A buddy of mine called me yesterday and said he was in town and was seeing if I wanted to go shooting today. Hell yes I did. Met up with him and some people he brought from college and we headed out to his farm with an arsenal. Had a total of 13 guns

Savage model 10 .308
T/C Encore .308
T/C Encore 7mm Rem Mag
Remington 700 .243
Spikes Tactical AR15
Marlin model 60 .22LR
S&W m&p .45acp
Springfield XDm Sub-Compact .40 in OD Green
.22 Revolver
S&W Model 686 .357
Magnum Research .380
Benelli Nova 20 gauge
Mossberg 500 20 gauge
New England Firearms single shot 20 gauge

Gatoragn 03-03-2013 12:41 AM

Looks like all should have had a good time.

BornToHunt 03-26-2013 08:22 PM

How'd those t/c's shoot??

ShagNasty1001 03-27-2013 01:37 AM

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How'd those t/c's shoot??

Really really. The one with the muzzle brake is the 7 mag and kicks like a .223. We were nailing clays at 400 yards with it

jjfuller1 03-27-2013 02:37 AM

cant believe i missed the thread. i wish i could of joined in the fun

ShagNasty1001 03-27-2013 02:52 AM

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cant believe i missed the thread. i wish i could of joined in the fun

Well join on in now haha feel free to share y'all's most recent range time

BornToHunt 03-27-2013 04:23 AM

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Originally Posted by ShagNasty1001 (Post 1192007)
Really really. The one with the muzzle brake is the 7 mag and kicks like a .223. We were nailing clays at 400 yards with it

I've been wantin an encore forever! Where the heck can you buy em besides the Internet?!

ShagNasty1001 03-27-2013 04:52 AM

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Originally Posted by BornToHunt

I've been wantin an encore forever! Where the heck can you buy em besides the Internet?!

I wish I could tell ya. They are actually a friend of mine's and has had them for a while

cottontop 03-27-2013 05:06 PM

Don't want to spoil the fun, but, since you put it out there, I have to say the situation looks and sounds dangerous to me. Here's why; 13 or more guns, a group of people you may not know, out in the open, no range rules or structured supervision, could spell disaster or could be an accident waiting to happen. But hey, that's me. I'd personally rather have fewer people and fewer guns to have to keep track of, all pointing down range unloaded with the actions open when leaning against a truck.
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ShagNasty1001 03-27-2013 11:32 PM

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Originally Posted by cottontop
Don't want to spoil the fun, but, since you put it out there, I have to say the situation looks and sounds dangerous to me. Here's why; 13 or more guns, a group of people you may not know, out in the open, no range rules or structured supervision, could spell disaster or could be an accident waiting to happen. But hey, that's me. I'd personally rather have fewer people and fewer guns to have to keep track of, all pointing down range unloaded with the actions open when leaning against a truck.
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We (just two of us) usually just take 4 or 5 total but we had a new person who's never shot and had always wanted to. All of weapons weren't out at once and only one or two were loaded at a time. The picture is the only time they were all out and it was right before we were leaving. We made sure the guy knew range safety first and foremost as that where we shoot, a farmer grants us permission and we don't want any accidents to go and screw that up. I do appreciate your concern though!


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