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    I shot this, after I built it!



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    Today I didn't shoot anything. It was 59 and sunny. I took a bike ride.

    Yesterday I took the Sig P210 to the range. Still don't have the tool to change to a lower front sight. But I decided to try the Fiocchi 100grs Black Mamba that I have on it. It shoots point of aim at 25 meters, and the Sig likes it.
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    We decided to have a 22 revolver kind of day. The following guns were shot at steel off hand from 30-50 yards:

    Colt Peacemaker Buntline
    Colt Scout
    Ruger Wrangler
    Ruger Bearcat (old model)
    Ruger Single-Six
    S&W Model 17

    Great fun was had by all.
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    Shot one of my Model 10's today as well as my new (to me) Model 15. Offhand at 25 yds. it is spooky accurate.



    But the fun one was a few days ago. It's a 1915 production '94 Winchester that was in hideous condition; covered in rust and the buttstock cracked and repaired many decades ago. But it cleaned up better than I expected and shot beyond my wildest dreams-





    Looking forward to more quality time with this ol' girl!

    Cholla
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    Cholla, did you ever try the RCBS 30-180-FN? Of all the .30 molds I have that one is my favorite across the board from .30WCF to .30-06.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krag96 View Post
    Cholla, did you ever try the RCBS 30-180-FN? Of all the .30 molds I have that one is my favorite across the board from .30WCF to .30-06.
    I've never tried it, but probably should. In my experience, RCBS produces extremely high quality molds. Thanks for the suggestion!

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    My son's new Night Cobra. 250 rds for initial breakin. Very nice double action.
    No issues with target or +P loads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkInTx View Post
    We decided to have a 22 revolver kind of day. The following guns were shot at steel off hand from 30-50 yards:

    Colt Peacemaker Buntline
    Colt Scout
    Ruger Wrangler
    Ruger Bearcat (old model)
    Ruger Single-Six
    S&W Model 17

    Great fun was had by all.
    Sounds very nice. I also love to shoot .22’s. The grandkids love them. And so does my billfold. LOL
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    A visit to the club range before the weather turns for the worse later today. Just me and the mice. I'm a .22 Conversion Unit fanatic as some know, especially with the good ones. It's always a pleasure shooting anything from Marvel Precision. This one is a older non-lockback Unit#1 with a older 1" Ultradot red dot. CCI-SV ammunition. Lower is a Norinco M1911-A1 with a silky smooth and very crisp trigger.

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