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Shooting prarie dogs on the -P- Ranch

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Unread 04-21-2007, 10:00 PM
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Re: Shooting prarie dogs on the -P- Ranch

A few us were interested in Jimm's tripod stand and unfortunately no one responded. But that is okay, I used my detective skills and found the company that makes that cool stand. It is not cheap but it does look well made and durable. Here's the link and let me know if you guys order one. I was thinking perhaps we can do a group buy and perhaps get a price break. It's worth a shot. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

Here's the link: http://www.lonestarfieldproducts.com...t_options.html
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    Unread 04-22-2007, 09:31 AM
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    Sorry guys ,

    I was not ignoring your questions , just was unaware of them . With all the new things going on here at my end I dont get to look at all the threads as often . Also I can assure you that Abinok is not ignoring you either . He is presently under going training at a polise academy in OK. That is draing him mentally and physically so his net time is extremely limited .

    I will look at all the questions asked and answer them in a moment . It is a good thing brandon found the mfg as I wasnt the initilal purchaser and did no t know who made it . Whatever tags that were on it to identify are gone .

    Anytime someone wants to get my attention all you have to do is email me , address is in my bio .

    Again , my apologies for not responding to you alls queries .

    Jim Brown
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    Unread 04-22-2007, 09:58 AM
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    Wildcat ,

    Since Abinok is probably not going to see this for a while I will answer best I can .

    Bryce : factory rem700 7mm freefloated trigger worked
    ammo developed using a " ladder test " .
    Binoculars Nikon 10x22x50
    scope Leupold 4.5x14x50


    Jesse : Ruger 300 winnie ,freefloated ,trigger work
    Leupold 3.5x10x50
    ammo developed for rifle using "ladder
    test " .

    Abinok : Savage rifle with laminated stock 300
    winnie superlight trigger and I am
    not sure what all doe to it .
    Millet scope with mildot ret. dont
    remember what power .
    Dont remember his binocs either .

    Jimm: Long Shot Rifles 300 winnie
    A5 stock Broughton hv7 28" bbl 11 twist
    Leupold 8.5x25x50 Mk 4 scope
    Nikon 10x22x50 binocs
    Swarovski 8x30 laser range finder

    Sako Browning 243AI by GA precision
    Schneider 26" 5.5 contour 7.5 twist bbl .
    Leupold 4.5x14x40 scope

    As I have related to Detrio in a reply to a pm he sent me the tripod is all right but not near as stable as the homemade bench top rest I made Pix of it in its pieces as broken down are some dang where on this site . Possibly under equipment reviews .

    It was faster to acquire a new target with my homemade and far more stable as your own weight contributes to the stability . The BR Pivot is a good looking portable rest that breaks don for easy portability and on Richard Franklins website www.Richardscustomrifles.com there are plans for a good portable benchrest .

    Be glad to answer any questions , holler at me , Jim Brown
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    Unread 04-22-2007, 02:13 PM
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    Re: Shooting prarie dogs on the -P- Ranch

    Thanks Jim for a quick review on your tripod stand. I figured you were busy or unfamiliar with the changes to this forum. I was glad that I found the manufacturer in case you need parts in the future. By the way, they have a manual online you can download for your tripod stand.
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    Unread 04-25-2007, 08:17 PM
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    Re: Shooting prarie dogs on the -P- Ranch

    Thanks Jimm, for all the info. I really appreciate it.

    Wildcat
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