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    07-28-2009, 12:19 PM
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Good luck on the test .
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    07-28-2009, 01:27 PM
Yeah, well even with a .243 you can shoot 500 yards with a good scope
    07-28-2009, 03:04 PM
Thanks tama,
Racer-My target area at my house isnt that big. Its about 200-350 yards, and everytime I shoot I move the deer target farther out
    07-28-2009, 06:58 PM
Originally Posted by morganshow11    
Racer-My target area at my house isnt that big. Its about 200-350 yards, and everytime I shoot I move the deer target farther out
thats great, you need to to get that boone and crockett buck !!! and beat the typical Hanson buck we have a few of those around my place, my bro and I saw some last year, and let me say, it is unbelievable. The hanson buck was shot in saskatchewan tho, which is nice cause that's where I live too !
    07-29-2009, 11:07 AM
Tonight I will be on the range shooting a break action. And we will also be doing feild excersizes(tree stand safety, walking through swamps and brush, and crossing fences with a gun...SAFELY!)
ANd tomorow night is the test :'(
    07-29-2009, 12:21 PM
Lol, two days ago me and my bro were crossing over a fence and your supposed to have the clip out, the safety on, the gun unloaded and the action open with the bullets on the ground when crossing over... lets just say we did everything opposite, we had the clip in the gun with the action closed and just the safety on. When you cross over a fence, you ALWAYS pass the gun over to the next person ( if there is one ) with nothing in the chamber or anything. It was pretty funny cause we both went to hunters safety ( he is 24 and took it when he was 12 ) and did the wrong thing. Goes to show how dumb we are around here
    07-29-2009, 03:59 PM
LOL. Is the range shooting fun? And is the test easy?
    07-29-2009, 06:02 PM
Well, the test we have here is super easy- its open book, but just cause something is open book, doesnt mean it is easy lol, we never did range shooting....
    07-29-2009, 07:48 PM
Mine was only 2 days long. First day was rifles, bows, and all the safety stuff. Next day was trapping. I passed my test with a 98%. I'm 17 now. Started when I was 12. I hunt for Deer (got 3 bucks and 4 does) Bear, ducks, geese, pheasent, rabbit, and turkey. I trap coons, foxes, cyotes, muskrats and beavers. I have 1 Rifle a Ruger M77 223, then my shotguns which are as following, 20 guage pump, 4-10 pump, 10 guage side by side, 12 guage, and my bow. I have a browning.
    07-29-2009, 09:31 PM
Lol, I have a browning bow too ! you should the see the size of the coons I shot, they were 40 lbs each ! Huge for coons around here !

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