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Unread 05-02-2014, 10:38 PM
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Chuckyd, welcome from Goodyear, Az. I shoot and hunt with some members of this forum. Your hunt in 22N should be a good one. Your .308 should be at home there. If you need help with your rifle just let us know. Good luck
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    Unread 05-04-2014, 01:54 PM
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    Well i made it to the range saturday morning. Got the targets ready and waited for the cease fire. Figured while i was waiting id do a couple dry fires to feel the trigger out. Then picked a shadey spot down range and shot at it. Scope was nearly perfect. When i finally got to set up the target i was hitting about and inch high and an inch to the right. Brought the scope to the left a little and put about 30 rounds into the target. That Browning shoots amazing. I would post pics but for some reason my phone isnt cooperating. I cant wait to get back there and push to 200 yards. I keep you guys updated.
    Thanks for all the advice guys.
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