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Old 10-08-2020, 07:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Another very good year with some bumps . Went to the north and east again this year twice. The first trip shot 1000 rounds in 4 days. Very high % of hits. The trip ended suddenly with my shooting buddy slipping and falling in the shower breaking three ribs. Hospital the next day early and a script of pain killers and a direct run for home. Two months later and we returned for round 2. 1100-1200 rounds again with a lot of hits. so thats about 2400 rounds for the two of us. The fires up there were intense with a lot of acres being burned. Due to the fires we saw hundreds of deer (huge bucks) , elk (huge bulls), it truly was some of the most amazing animals I have ever seen. I can't wait for next year, except for the cost of the components to replace what we shot. Safe shooting everyone.
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