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    Another 200 rounds through my new K22

    I had time to break away and do a little plinking today. The gun is really smoothing out, seems very accurate, no misfiled, what’s not to like. If I had more time, I would have finished the brick. Also, no loading or extraction issues to speak of.i am smiling and looking forward to my next session, probably at the range to really see where it is shooting and fine tune the sights if necessary.

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    Sounds like it was a fine time!
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    Nice looking gun and those cans didn't stand a chance!

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    Hey 66,

    Wow! Sure looks like FUN TIMES!!

    Later, Mark
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    One of life's finer times. Tin cans , a bucket of .22s , and a fine revolver. Congrats.
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    COME TAKE IT.
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    The can on the right was about 25 yards out. The other two were about that that. I really like to aftermarket grips as well, felt like I had good control of the gun. Yes, lots of fun!!!
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    Those cans look really dead! Glad you enjoy your new gun.
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    Some fine shooting with a great revolver. Tore up those cans real good.
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    I keep a gun because I'm too young to die and too old to take an ass whoopin'!

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    BB66- Nice shooting! Nothing like burning powder to good result. Hank
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    Some really dead cans, great revolver, and pure enjoyment equals time very well spent.
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