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Old 08-16-2010, 12:01 AM   #1
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Got bored this afternoon, so I took the Marlin out for some cheap .22 entertainment.
What a beautiful day!
I was shooting Federal Champion 40 gr. solids. The gun really likes them. Fired 250 rounds thru it with 0 failures.
The pics are of my last 30 rounds @ 75 yds. And where I was shooting.


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Old 08-16-2010, 12:24 AM   #2
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Very good shooting! Now who is leaving the old spent shot shells laying around?


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Yeah thanks Hunt SD!
I hauled 2 large trash bags full of other peoples trash out of there as well as a T.V. someone shot up, so I know where your coming from
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Gordo,Looks like you got the ole 60 dialed in.Great shooting!

I also want to thank you for being a great outdoorsman,and picking up trash left by others.If people would leave places better than they found them,we would still have many more places that we could enjoy.
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Yes, great job making area cleaner then you arrived. Its a shame some people leave a mess like that

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nice shooting. That looks like a place I'd love to shoot. Beautiful.
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Some beautiful places on that side of the country. I wish I could talk my wife into a move but I doubt it. Looks like some great shooting.
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Good shooting there Gordo. I believe you like trucks too.
We all appreciate you cleaning up. I have even had to pick up trash in places to be able to take a photo.


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