Spring Time is here!

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    Tis the season for plinking!😜

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    crgabel
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    Yes it is, it's been a long winter.

    I spotted some ground hogs last weekend. I normally don't hunt them until after the 4th of July as it gives the young ones a good head start for next years shooting.😁

    Craig

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    Yote
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    ‘‘Tis the season for pesting 👀

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    Doug-T
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    We've had 5 weeks of snow in N E Orygun, single digits, teens and twenties the whole time.

    Cabin fever & not wantimg to shoot when it's that cold. 

    Late last week it got into the 40's, this week the 50's and the snow is mostly gone.  

    Let the shooting begin!

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    cea1960
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    When the weather warms, i put the PCPs away and bring out the springers.  When the temps reach the 70* mark, i bring out the CO2s.

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    Liam658
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    Training in the fresh air from a bow and a crossbow when tired hands, brings me harmony, calms :)

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    outdoorman
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      Yep, 53°, dry air and blue skies. Perfect, love it.

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    Yessir, squirrel population is thinned out in my neck of the woods….warmer weather, faster pellets, hmmmmm….grilling burgers this evening….may plink a little for a lil RNR afterwards…..life is good as Hickok 45 says😋😎…..

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    outdoorman

      Yep, 53°, dry air and blue skies. Perfect, love it.

     

    Outdoorman- I need to have my eyes checked! That’s a cool pic of you enjoying life, but for a moment there I thought that pole next to your gun was the barrel of your gun!!

     

    my immediate thought was what kind of gun is that at 8’ long with the barrel!

     

     

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    outdoorman
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      Ha, and look at that massive silencer on the end of it!

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    RidinLou
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    I took my Disco for a spin the the bright sunny warmth today as a matter of fact.

    Does well at 25 with a pellet it likes and terrible with those it does not like.

    Carries well out to 50 OK for plinking.

    Used to use it at 12 and 57 for Grackles, but they have learned there are better pickins elsewhere.

    Starlings learned that even faster.

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    Clancy
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    Had a nice garden plink with the .177 Hatsan this morning.  Good for the soul.

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