Greetings from Massachusetts

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by Mass Shooter, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. Mass Shooter

    Mass Shooter New Member

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    Hi all,

    I'm a huge fan of rifles but mostly of the smaller caliber. I have a mixed bag of rimfire rifles & rimfire pistols for bullseye gallery course shooting. The .22 rifles are of common makes and styles. Some are for benchrest and others for general plinking. Some are rather scarce in availability as far as being out of factory production among some that are of general availability.... The .22's share room in the safe with a few centerfire calibers such as .243, .308, several 30-06's and a 7mm Rem mag. Some of the centerfire rifles are scoped and others remain iron sights.
    My latest addition is a 2003 vintage .17 Remington 700 BDL centerfire which I haven't yet had the opportunity to fire yet. I'm in process of setting it up with a 3.5 x 12 x 42 AO Sightron scope.
    I like my rifles true to original factory condition as possible with no added unfactory d&t holes.

    My main hunts here in New England states are White Tail deer, and smaller game.

    My weekend Saturdays are always looking to frequent gun stores and always finding enjoyment of finding new ones to check out.

    I recently viewed the reloading arena of this forum and thoroughly enjoyed all the photos that were sent from participating members showing their setups.

    All the best to everyone and look forward to participate wherever I can.

    Mass Shooter
     
  2. ss7mm

    ss7mm Writers Guild

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    Welcome to LongRangeHunting. That sounds like a well stocked safe. :)
     

  3. Mass Shooter

    Mass Shooter New Member

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    Hey thanks! I may have to remove some shelves on the right half to make more room. ... Guess it's a good problem to have.

    Looks like a well participating group of mixed shooters here. I like the well organized setup of the forums.

    M.S.