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Old September 25, 2010, 07:30 AM   #59
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Practice until you can hit a paper plate consistently- the farthest distance you can hit that plate is the farthest you should be shooting at a deer.
A paper plate is a good size target for practice. Just keep in mind that deer aren't normally sporting bright-white aiming circles. Practice with a paper plate that's coffee stained or painted a shade of tan that's just darker or lighter than the background. In the early morning or near-sunset hours....

Originally Posted by xMaverick
I have my garand but i have no blocs or any rounds.
If this is still the case shoot me a PM. I can set you up with a few en-bloc clips.
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