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Old 04-11-2019, 5:34 PM
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How about that little plastic gun, pretty impressive isn't it.
It's not a 45 man stopper but it will sure get his attention
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Old 04-11-2019, 5:47 PM
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That gizmo was pretty accurate! I would NOT want to be in front of it if you're firing at me. What a great day, yet again! The Mojave!

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Old 05-29-2019, 8:32 PM
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Its about time for another shoot in the Mojave. I wonder if our road is open now.

Tom, whats it been, about 2 months since weve been up there?

I've got some 30-30 loads to test out.
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Old 05-30-2019, 4:19 AM
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Mark, I'm heading up to Burro Cyn this morning[Fri] about 9:00 am. At the rifle range. .357 and .45 Colt. And my spotting scope. Can you make it? Kinda last minute, but, it's all I got this week.
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Old 05-30-2019, 6:31 AM
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Perfect. I have no interest in sitting in 3PM traffic on my way back.

Last time we hit the dirt, I had dinner in Mojave proper, simply to avoid metro freeway traffic. I would like to eat at that messican place round the corner from your house next week, though, but only if you and Tom go too.
I always have dinner in Mojave "Proper"!

Just south of town off Backus road
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Mark, I'm heading up to Burro Cyn this morning[Fri] about 9:00 am. At the rifle range. .357 and .45 Colt. And my spotting scope. Can you make it? Kinda last minute, but, it's all I got this week.
Sorry I missed you Tom. I forced myself to get off my lazy butt and go play golf. Glad I did, Upland Hills is an easy course and confidence builder to start out on. Its been a year since I played.

Taylor wants to go to my sisters house next week, if she does I'll drive up there and check out our spot.

How is Burro Canyon?
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It was really nice. I shot at the pistol range 'cuz they allow handgun lever rifles there. The .357 was busting broken clay pigeon bits at the 100 yard berm. The .45 Colt, I shot it at 50 yards, paper target. Did pretty damn good! Next time we hit the Mojave, I'm bringing my 30-30. Talk to ya later Mark.
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Tom, how do you like thise coated bullets?
I need to get you a handfull of the 45colt bullets
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Ohhh, I like the heck out of 'em! With 2400, accurate buggers. Yeah, the .45 Colt will be next. Get my PM for the 6th?
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I always have dinner in Mojave "Proper"!

Just south of town off Backus road


Hey, gpman!

I'll have to look for that spot next time I'm through there.
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Just a slight threadjack , but this seems like a good spot to ask a lever question. Among my 4 levers, I have a like new Ruger Model 96 lever in 22 magnum. I haven't shot it in many years. These are not often seen. What would be a asking price if I were to sell it.
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Just a slight threadjack , but this seems like a good spot to ask a lever question. Among my 4 levers, I have a like new Ruger Model 96 lever in 22 magnum. I haven't shot it in many years. These are not often seen. What would be a asking price if I were to sell it.
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I don't know much about them. I see one on GB with a buy it now price of $650.00..

Maybe keep an eye there and see what happens.
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