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    I know I am preaching to the choir but shooting a gun is in no way like riding a bike. Practice is essential. I found out recently I couldn't hit a chicken from 15 ft away. I gave up after four shots and let someone else shoot it. Watch out BG I may aim for your head and hit you somewhere else unpleasant.
    Just a reminder for those who haven't gotten out in a while to shoot. Every gun shoots different so know your gun and practice frequently. If you don't practice, you will hit something but it may not be what you intended and you will have to live with it for a lifetime.
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    No! The chickens are our allies against the zombie cows! :P

    Why were you shooting a chicken? Seems like a waste of meat.



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    Did you just say cows?!

    Maybe the chickens were trying to cross the road to avoid the zombie cows...

    Practice makes permanent as my wife tells me

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    Preach on, brotha! :P

    I just got back from a year of no shooting, and I can't hit schnit! :?
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    Practice ever onward. I live on my own range and practice all the time.

    I can hit quite well at67 years old too. :celebrate

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    thx997303 wrote:
    No! The chickens are our allies against the zombie cows! :P

    Why were you shooting a chicken? Seems like a waste of meat.

    Pine hen, Blue grouse, pine chicken. I call them all chickens. The thing is after 4 shots it only moved like 4 feet so it wasn't a moving target.

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    Ah, those ain't chickens, them's Mountain ducks.

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    SGT Jensen wrote:
    Preach on, brotha! :P

    I just got back from a year of no shooting, and I can't hit schnit! :?
    well when did this happen!? you're saying you went shooting... without... me!??!??! :O ive got 2 boxes of 550 federal .22 that are begging to be forcefully wedged into some sort of fruit or veggie(at crisps, 12 cents a pound for pumpkins right now, so keep this in mind! mom got a20somethinpound pumpkin for just around 3$!)

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