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Old April 16, 2005, 12:21 AM   #1
Andrew LB
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Went shooting yesterday at San Gabriel Gun Club: Target pic.

Yesterday i went down to San Gabriel Gun Club and did a little plinking with my old remington .22 bolt action with a peep sight and fired a few rounds with my Model 70 winchester .270 featherweight.

The top target was the .270 at 150 yards, the top left target was the .22 at 100 yards (you can see how they sprayed right a little due to a cross wind), and the three tighter groupings on the right were 50 yards with the .22 Remington.

I didn't shoot the pictured Model 1894 Winchester yesterday... but threw it in the picture since i had it out.

I also did a little shooting with my buddies .270 Weatherby Magnum Mark V at 200 yards and did very well. Damn that thing has some punch! He has the target for that session though.

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