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PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 2:32 pm 
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I think it sounds like a great idea, although technically the Diana27 that you reference belongs to my Father in Bracebridge, I am sure that I could borrow it for the cause.

Airgunning is my hobby... and it is cheaper than
maintaining an outside relationship with another woman.

PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 9:02 am 
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Suprmatic wrote:
djmay71 wrote:
sounds interesting- but what about rifles without iron sights?
'cause i'd be interested,as i'm consistently hitting bullseye give or take 3 click rings at 25 feet with my crappy Beeman, no scope or red dot.

HUH? :?
No iron sights, no scope, no red dot - what are you aiming with? What are the "3 click rings" on?

Intuition, plus I'm looking down the barrel. As for the click rings, I should've said clicks, because I'm using Bushnell 100 yard scope sighting targets, and each square denotes one "click" (a click being a 1/4 turn of the windage/elevation knobs on the scope). My bad for the confusion.
Suprmatic wrote:
lh wrote:
Is your Beeman a pre-war model?

It wouldn't have to be, if used in the "modern division".

true dat.

I have made mistakes. I have lied. I fabricate stories because my personal life sucks.

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