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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2018 5:33 pm 
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Nice day today and I've been watching where my deer go for several weeks. They seem to prefer the front acres, so I decided to set up a alternate shooting position to cover that area, in addition to the one in the back. My woodshop is ideally suited for this and a 300lb table saw and a 35lb bag of corn makes a really nice solid rest. :mrgreen: I'm a believer in working with what you got. :wink:

So set up a target about 80yds out that gives me a clear shot and fired off 7 rds this afternoon to check the zero on my Henry. I love ragged holes, but I forgot my trigger basics on 3 shots (tightening grip :roll: ).

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From inside the shop. Target was placed (in the pic) about 10 yds past that tiny little garden bench on the left side looking out the door.

Note: the holes in the mower are from a couple years ago with a 12 gauge. :lol:

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The target (red bull is 1" dia):

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Sorry, but I have to ask. Were you not satisfied with the garden tractor and "fixed" it with the shotgun? :shock:
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2018 11:41 am 
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NormT wrote:
Sorry, but I have to ask. Were you not satisfied with the garden tractor and "fixed" it with the shotgun? :shock:
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Engine froze about halfway thru mowing a couple years ago, not worth trying to repair. Bought a new one, and used the busted one for some target practice. :)

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