Pellet Gun/Rifle

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:biggrin: Poor buffoon cannot even get that correct. Did not use a scope on the pellet rifle. If I do a survey it is from a distance with the APO 77 or some of the spare scopes.:biggrin:
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And yet with all those skinny scope tubes you still couldn t figure out that there s more than 100 acres of woods north of where im shooting. Lol.

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You had to post the pic twice so it seems like more scopes.
You should ve invested a bit more into that cheap thin "hardwood floor" than in those 1" stick tubes.
 
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And yet with all those skinny scope tubes you still couldn t figure out that there s more than 100 acres of woods north of where im shooting. Lol.

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You had to post the pic twice so it seems like more scopes.
You should ve invested a bit more into that cheap thin "hardwood floor" than in those 1" stick tubes.
My God-----you never cease to amaze with you lack of knowledge and make an ass out of yourself. Thought the "Raffle" was your crowning achievement in complete ignorance. Those scopes yes two are "skinny" but 30mm the others are either 34 mm, 35 mm and 36 mm. You really should learn to know your products better but understand you just do not know any better and enjoy making yourself look like a fool. :wink2:

The "cheap thin" floor is solid santos mahogany btw.:green:
 
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Poor buffoon cannot even get that correct. Did not use a scope on the pellet rifle. If I do a survey it is from a distance with the APO 77 or some of the spare scopes.:biggrin:
Why on earth would someone have that many unmounted scopes laying around?
There's something about you B 1 D.
Whenever you post my bullshit meter which is very highly refined after 60 plus years of life experience seems to always have its needle pegged to the maximum.
 
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Why on earth would someone have that many unmounted scopes laying around?
There's something about you B 1 D.
Whenever you post my bullshit meter which is very highly refined after 60 plus years of life experience seems to always have its needle pegged to the maximum.
Well sorry I cannot help you with that. :bigsmile: Your BS meter may need to be returned for more refinement or could be too much Viagra?

There you go and that is the truth. Couple of the rifles are being worked on the others spares if you will. Some people do not tell everything they know or post everything they have on line. :biggrin: My tastes have changed somewhat and my firearms builds are more refined and less as some like to say "tacticool"!
 
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Just buy one of these. Works for killing things in my backyard. Biggest surprise was a big ole chuck with a headshot. Just dropped it

When you sight it in use a huge chunk of carboard behind the target. Fucking thing was about a foot to the left out of the box. Took some tweaking but it is dead on now

 

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...what did sites end up doing...???...

...it could be jolly good tymes stalkig/getting into a postion/situation where you could spank them with a Red Ryder...good training oppertunity...

...once they know there is a game on there would need to be some compelling attraction to keep them around...

...they do not especially fear men but they are not stupid...
 

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The pistol looks like it could be some derivation of a 10 m competition shooting pistol. Just a quick search through the web shows prices ranging from $1500 to $2,000.
Not sure what you have but it does resemble this.Screenshot_20210502-063427_Chrome.jpg
 
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