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    The range I joined does not allow steel targets. I'm waiting for warmer temps before I go to the range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jb59 View Post
    Looks like fun,sure wish I could shoot steel targets. What model semi auto and revolver pictured?
    Hey 59,

    The 1911 is Dave's Stainless Gold Cup.

    The 625 was built by Al Greco, and has an 8-3/8" LC barrel wound on, finished in Electroless Nickel.

    Later, Mark
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    Mark, I believe you send more lead downrange in a weekend than I do in a whole year!

    John
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    Keep up the good work! We must encourage each other to shoot as often as possible, especially defensive practice.

    I have begun shooting once a week since my neighbor has invited me to do so behind his house. There is a clearing with a near-perfect backstop for handgun shooting. This week I want to take my target stand down instead of just shooting up discarded 2x6 boards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timetripper View Post
    Mark, I believe you send more lead downrange in a weekend than I do in a whole year!

    John
    Hey John,

    Thank you for the kind words.

    "Clean Livin' & Pure Thoughts."

    Am Blessed with the time & place to so do. (in addition to knowing some other "powder holics")

    Later, Mark
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