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That is the average amount of guns we take when we go. I bought a H&R 243/308 single shot from a waguns member that I need to load up for. I just bought a Leopold 3x9 vx2 for the 243 barrel and i have a Nikon scope for the 308 barrel. I am.waiting for the Leopold scope to come in the mail and i,m waiting on some 308 brass to come in the mail as well.
I have the 243 brass about all prepped. I just have 75 or so left to trim.andthen take the burrs off. I have a few different powders to try out and several.types of bullets.
I will be taking the 243 back to new york next year for deer hunting along with my 243 Remington 788.


Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:31 pm
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Appreciate all of the picking up you do Dove Release! Each of us leave with a garbage bag fill of stuff and sometimes it doesn't look like we did anything.

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Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:42 pm
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:bow: :bow: :bow: Excellent!

Steel too. Nice magnet clean up!

Good idea on the moving blanket. I use old beach towels and just through them in the washer.

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Mon Jan 14, 2019 3:28 am
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I use to use towels on the table. I bought the smaller moving pad from.harbor freight for this table. When we take the bigger full size table I have the bigger size moving pad. The guns dont get marred up. I dump 22lr bullets on the moving pad for Mason to and they stay put.

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Mon Jan 14, 2019 5:47 am
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Tomorrow we will be going g to darrington or the sauk red pits to shoot for a few hours.


Sat Jan 19, 2019 10:01 pm
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We went shooting this afternoon for four & a half hours up to the darrington pit. A friend went with us today. He brought his AR15 and five other guns, I took a dozen guns. My M1 Garand was a blast to shoot. Mason liked the SKS and the AR15. Today was Mason's first time shooting a 9mm semi auto pistol. Next shooting trip.i will take my Glock 17 for him to shoot. Last night I loaded up some 44spl, 38spl and 357 magnum for him to shoot.

I picked up three - 5 gallon buckets and a 3 gallon bucket of shotgun hulls. It never gets done, I pick up 15 gallons of shotgun hulls and next trip.there is 25 gallons more.


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Did Mason shoot the Garand? Or is that too much for him?

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Sun Jan 20, 2019 8:38 pm
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He shot it one time it was a little much for him. The recoil is that badn but I think he's a little overwhelmed by the size of the 30/06 cartridges.
He was all over the SKS and the 223 AR15.

I bought a 243/308 single shot H&R rifle and brass for both barrels to reload that I will load down to the minimum for him.to shoot. I am waiting for a leupould scope to come in the mail for the 243 barrel. I have a Nikon s open for the 308 barrel. I will get them set up. This week and get reloading g some cartridges for them. The 243 I will be taking back to New York next November when I go back to hunt deer.

The average deer take here is less then 30,000 deer a year.

In New York it is over 200,000 deer a year average.

In Pennsylvania the average deer take is over 300,000 deer a year. I will not waste my money on buying a hunting license here especially the way this game department is operated by a bunch of lieing libaturds.

My airline ticket cost me close to $300 round trip. The New York and Pennsylvania hunting licenses cost $100 apiece for non-residential small & big game combined. Doe tags are $10 apiece.

I see more deer in one day back there then I see here in five years and I am up in the Mountains every weekend I can go to take Mason out to shoot.
I want to take him back the first week in October so i can take him small game hunting and let him see the change if the leaves.
Then there are other things there i want to take him to see.
Have you ever gone to the coal mine your in Scranton?
That is a neat tour, they take you down under where they mined for coal.


Mon Jan 21, 2019 4:13 am
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These are what I picked up Sunday afternoon while we were out shooting.


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Tue Jan 22, 2019 12:50 pm
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Once again Thanks. That’s more than some work parties!

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Tue Jan 22, 2019 1:05 pm
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Next trip I will pick up the steel rifle & pistol cases and more shotgun hulls.

Not to much brass this time only about half a coke can full.


Tue Jan 22, 2019 2:23 pm
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Any one interested in going shooting up to the darrington pit Saturday or Sunday to do a little shooting and clean up?


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Wed Jan 23, 2019 8:45 pm
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I was going to head up that way Saturday morning and would enjoy getting a chance to meet in person


Thu Jan 24, 2019 11:23 am
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What time is good for you?

I can bring some Ruger revolvers.
I also have several Ruger rifles, one of my favorites is my stainless model 77 in 357 magnum.


Thu Jan 24, 2019 12:05 pm
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How about we meet at the shell station at 9:00? I would like to shoot some of the revolvers so thank you for bringing them. I have a number if steel plate targets and a couple of stands that I will bring along. I do really like the sound of ringing steel.


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