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    Getting ready for a 2 day shoot and camp over

    This weekend is our club 2 day shoot and sleep over. Got hooked up to the camper, starting to load supplies. Take lots of food cause if it rains you dont drive out. Taking my 9mm Norstinko, a SKS, rimfire and centerfire. Hopefully it stays nice but the forcast is for showers. Told my daughter if im not here Monday morning then im still at the range and will be home when it dries up. South Sask river is 200 yards away so fishing gear is coming as well. Nice that I don't have a job anymore and can come and go as I please.

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    Nice man, I hope you sunny weather
    the wild still lingered in him and the wolf in him merely slept

    Aptet aut mori

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    If it ain't raining, it ain't training...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertMcC View Post
    If it ain't raining, it ain't training...
    LOL, we aren't training just a informal fun weekend. Lots of shooting, eating and bullshooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    LOL, we aren't training just a informal fun weekend. Lots of shooting, eating and bullshooting.
    I never went camping. That it didn't rain..

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    That sounds like a blast.
    Why does the rest of the country get first dibbs on half my income?

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    Just got home, it was great. I was the only guy camping this year so it was very quiet, but I will say that I was the only guy shooting handguns at 7AM. Damn I shoot good when nobody is looking. Got to meet a couple of new members and see some really nice firearms. Rain threatened but held off till 4pm when we were leaving. Tried out the old Shultz and Larson I acquired, nice rifle but it needs a new recoil pad, the factory one looks a pad, feels like steel. Put a lot of 9mm and 7.62x39 down range, never tried the buffalo at 700 yards though. Lots of guys were smacking it though. Good way to spend a weekend.

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    Sounds like a good time. Which range?
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    Sask. Landing Longrifles is the club name, west of sask landing bridge on #4 highway.

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