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Well I reckon that you could just stop by on the way to the range and help me shovel some of this snow then I can go with you.....

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I'm hoping to finish reloading my first 100 rounds of 45acp this week, then I'll be looking to go shootin' too. :shooter:

Even a cloudy or rainy day shooting is better than a great day at work. :)
 

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HUnh! Sob, sob! It's raining and I can't go.
 

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Raining? The shooting area has a cover, ya know. :D Yeah, little hard core for me, too, but I have an indoor range down the street if I wanna shoot. :D

ACP or Colt? There's more'n one .45, the toy and the real thing the good colonel made famous. :D
 
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acp. in the Springfield Armory Mil Spec with the Chip McCormick trigger. Like I'll ever be good enough to know what this lightweight trigger does :) But that's what it came with and it looks nice, so who am I to complain.
The ONLY time that gun has jammed or ftf'd was on a box of 50 TulAmmo. Otherwise, never.
 

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Any day a person gets to go shooting, I call that a day well spent. Hope to do that again shortly myself with the temps warming up. :)
 

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Every day is a lovely day for some .45 work. One of life's great tragedies is that other things get in the way on most days.
 
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Every day is a lovely day for some .45 work. One of life's great tragedies is that other things get in the way on most days.
Ain't that the truth!
 

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I am hoping for more opportunities to go shooting in 2012.
 

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It was a lovely day for some .45 work for me today,too. A little cold here,but you go out when you can. I had to try those new grips from raasco. Much more comfy than the stock grips imo.
 
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