Re: New Shooter from TN
Glad to meet you. I only live about 50/60 miles north of you, straight up highway 51. There are a few groundhogs here, but none where I can get permission to shoot. Most of my LRS is done after our deer season on crows. My shooting range ( [img]images/icons/rolleyes.gif[/img] ) is very limited this time of year, until the crops are cleared in the fall. At that time, I could probably get 800 to 1000 yards, but I am sort of new at those type distances. My background has mainly stopped at 300 yards, although I did make a confirmed drop in her tracks kill at 432 yards last year in Texas. I'll never forget the look on my guides face when he saw the shot hit, then a delayed splat. [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img]
I'll keep your number, and maybe we can hook up sometime, as I need all the tips I can get. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] My shooting time is pretty limited until the end of July, thanks to my 13 year old's traveling baseball.
Hey, Ya'll watch this!