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We were thawing out fast after a very wet season .



My friend and his 50 cal.



Me and my 308.



All and all we had a great time. Could not get across the creak to set up anything at the long range. So we settled for mostly shooting steel, a little handgun work, and I got to pattern my shotgun. Actually glad my friend owns this setup it came in handy for the day. Our 2 wheel drive trucks could not have made it to our destination.



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looks neat, glad you had a good day shooting
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Nice setup.  A day shooting is always good.
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VERY cool! Well done!! 
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Just to let you know those pics of the shooting are from my video camera on a tripod. No one was down range while we were shooting.
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Originally posted by 308 Sav 308 Sav wrote:

Just to let you know those pics of the shooting are from my video camera on a tripod. No one was down range while we were shooting.
And I was hoping for some closeups on the target...
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Great stuff...what is a little snow and mud when there is shooting to be done !!!!!
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Like to have seen what was left of the steel Smile
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At 425 it puts a big hole in it. lol He only shot about 20 round of that that day. 3 of wich were on paper zeroing a new scope.
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Looks like a great set-up.  What scope did he put on the .50?
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