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Dr. Zin

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  1. Went to an indoor range today (normally don't like them, but haven't gone shooting in too long) with my .22 rifle. I have two magazines for the gun, and the protrusion that engages the magazine release snapped off (this is a Thompson/Center .22 Classic fyi). Magazine is no longer held in the gun.

    Son of a bitch!

    What's worse, I suck at shooting rifles. My shotgun shoots tighter groups for me than my .22.

    Note to self: Buy another shotgun, not a centerfire rifle as originally intended.

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    2. Dr. Zin

      Dr. Zin

      The Desert Eagle is the most overrated pistol EVER.

    3. Dr. Zin

      Dr. Zin

      To top it all off, as I was taking down my Browning Auto-5 shotgun today I found it has cracked the fore-end. Great.

    4. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      Dr. Zin said:

      Went to an indoor range today (normally don't like them, but haven't gone shooting in too long) with my .22 rifle. I have two magazines for the gun, and the protrusion that engages the magazine release snapped off (this is a Thompson/Center .22 Classic fyi). Magazine is no longer held in the gun.

      Son of a bitch!

      What's worse, I suck at shooting rifles. My shotgun shoots tighter groups for me than my .22.

      Note to self: Buy another shotgun, not a centerfire rifle as originally intended.


      I'm glad I have a huge tract of land for hunting and plinking at my aunt's. I don't usually shoot at paper targets, usually just cans, whatever else and soemtimes coins, usually nickles, dimes and quarters because they are easier to see compared to a penny, unless the penny is exceptionally new.

      However, I can consistantly hit multiple targets in sucession (they were not in a row, just randomly strewn about amongst branches and on this old-ass rocking chair) with my Marlin Model 60. The 100+ year old bolt-action .22 my dad has is a pure tack-driver. Beautiful firearm. My uncle once used it to shoot a .22 round from between a tree and he had carried the bullet that was stuck in the casing with him for years until he lost it.

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