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Isn't that funny?Robson Valley wrote: I think that's good to do some inclusive "entertaining" from time to time. I like to see that.
For decades, we had no juniors in the hand-gun section of the club that I belonged to.
All the same, we had some shoot-offs that were pure entertainment:
Gift cards and bottles of rum, all on strings, maybe 2" off the floor/ground.
Cut the string at 20m and the prize was yours. Had guys buying extra ammo sometimes!
Bowling pin shoots were wild = 5 pins on a table and you have to clear the table ( no spinners).
Anyway, I drifted off into Trap as the range regs became more and more ridiculous for hand gun.
There was a core of trap shooters who went all over for summer matches.
There was a gang of old guys like me that shot trap as a weekly social occasion.
We would help to make up squads (5) but the comp shooters claimed that we broke their rhythm
until we told them that they weren't good enough to even concentrate on their own shooting.
As a tube for a barrel,do you mean long,ungainly and impractical? AbsolutelyRobson Valley wrote: I shot a DW in .357, .38 paper punching wad cutters. Beautiful wheel gun.
Was not the 10" a real tube???? I liked the 6" the best.
S&W .22lr with lots of mods for ISU Standard Pistol and IHMSA Silhouette.
There's 50 in a box. There's 500 in a brick. There's 5,000 in a case.
I was shooting 2/year.
For pure entertainment, I shot a 7mm/.308 Unlimited IHMSA pistol.
Rebarreled Rem XP100 piece. Creedmore was the only way to hang onto it.
I had the same paraplegic guy hand load for every thing CF that I shot.
Now? I'm not certain that I could stand up for long enough to shoot a round of trap.
Sporting clays might be alright if I can sit most of the time.