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    A bit of pratice

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    With no wind and the pigeon’s still in huge flocks… the few reds that pass through have stayed away…. so out with the cutting torch…
    I added a piece of 15mm plate which is 100mm in diameter so not too punch holes in the target.
    4 rounds of the quad sticks @ 200 yards….
    There is a curry riding on a little shooting contest coming up between me and SA Shooter! So a bit of practice as it
    allways helps.

    Tim .243

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    Was this meant for me?
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    200 yrs nice one mty , never seen a fox with a big white nose before

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    I'm not sure a windscreen is deemed as a suitable backstop.
    I can speak in-depth and with great knowledge about most subjects until some bugger who actually knows what he is speaking about opens his gob .

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    Nice shooting tim

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    Your good with the cutting torch. Aren't you.

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