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PostPosted: Sun Jun 22, 2014 1:20 pm 
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my shooting setup, 30, 40, 50 yards

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 Post subject: Re: shooting setup
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That's a pretty sweet setup!


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That look like a very relaxing place to be and to shoot. Well done.

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it is a very sweet spot, better setup then last year, yeah the beer holder was a joke i took it off today to paint the add on the same color as the rest, you're right Murray very relaxing indeed, the 40 and 50 target is a bit of a pain to change, can't walk directly to it, there is a 20 feet wide swamp between me and it, gotta go around....oh well, i do need the exercise :lol:

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ooooh around???? no you need to start to MacGyver up a wire line!!!...never leave you chair... or drink.

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ooooh around???? no you need to start to MacGyver up a wire line!!!...never leave you chair... or drink.


believe me, the thought has crossed my mind :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Plinkercases wrote:
ooooh around???? no you need to start to MacGyver up a wire line!!!...never leave you chair... or drink.


Setting up a clothesline for myself with pulleys this weekend!

Very nice setup Paul!

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ooooh around???? no you need to start to MacGyver up a wire line!!!...never leave you chair... or drink.


Setting up a clothesline for myself with pulleys this weekend!

Very nice setup Paul!


setting up a clothesline huh, if this is for changing targets, then we'll need pics Rick :wink:

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