Re: Boyd - Varmints are waiting
I am glad you enjoyed yourself and you did get several hits and/or misses [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] on video. If the damn things would of stayed out longer you would of had more time to get the video camera set up and get on the bench to shoot. To bad the one that you cut in half wasn't on video, he sure was messy. Next time I will have ammo loaded up for my PURPLE gun (22 CHeetah MK 1) and you can run the video. Then Dave will have an easier job of spotting - since the blast won't blow him off the chair with every shot [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
If the weather cooperates and we don't have a lot of work going next weekend we would both enjoy comming over to Williamsport. I am interested to see how BAD I shoot at 1022 yards - with my 300 win mag.
Next time bring a BIG GUN [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
Dave is still laughing about the fact that your BIG GUN just barely fit in his Tahoe. Once Dave develops the pictures I will be sure to scan the one of me holding your BIG GUN - offhand - and E-mail you a copy. At 46lbs it was easy to hold [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] and get steady, lol.
Again, we enjoyed your company but it was to bad we only saw about 15 woodchucks. Dave and myself will be in that cut oat field Monday evening. There has to be another 10 or so to be killed out of that field. We are going to reload 50 rounds for my CHeetah today, so we will be all set.
If you see anymore doves - I mean Bobwhite Quail [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] - save them so the 2 we saw have some company. If you guys need anymore turkeys, let me know, we have way to many.
Next time bring along somebody else so they can enjoy our exploded woodchuck population. Most people don't beleive how many "chucks" we have up here - they are everywhere.
Have a good one,