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An interesting looking old door. I've never seen one like that with a simple six lite transom above. It almost looks like they took one half of a double hung window and stuck it above the door.
 
 
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An updated "family" pic ....



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That's a good looking (and colorful) "family" Newf!

-Just Black & Tan:


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That's a good looking (and colorful) "family" Newf!


Thanks Z06, certainly digging that black and tan too!

....ok, one more - was a slow day lol.



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Actually yesterday I spent the entire afternoon at the range in 96+ degrees ... and I still haven't finished cleaning guns!








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Actually yesterday I spent the entire afternoon at the range in 96+ degrees ... and I still haven't finished cleaning guns!


Nice collection! That's what I was at out in the shed today, hence they were all cleaned up for pics lol.


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Actually yesterday I spent the entire afternoon at the range in 96+ degrees ... and I still haven't finished cleaning guns!


Nice collection! That's what I was at out in the shed today, hence they were all cleaned up for pics lol.

Thanks!

Seems like it's always shooting or cleaning ... I can't get near the level of craftsmanship some of you guys have attained in photography!


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Actually yesterday I spent the entire afternoon at the range in 96+ degrees ... and I still haven't finished cleaning guns!


Nice collection! That's what I was at out in the shed today, hence they were all cleaned up for pics lol.

Thanks!

Seems like it's always shooting or cleaning ... I can't get near the level of craftsmanship some of you guys have attained in photography!


I'm just a pic-tographer, I take lots of pics lol. But yes on the shooting or cleaning lol, I'm off to the range again for a pistol shoot.


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There are times when you need a bigger gun...


(both bug and pistol were "made" in AZ)


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There are times when you need a bigger gun...


(both bug and pistol were "made" in AZ)


Geez, you could cut steaks off that thing LOL!


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Another good day at the range; just a bunch more cleaning to do now *sigh*....



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Newf, your example makes me want to start training my 2 grandsons how to clean their favorite grandfather's firearms.

Also; before the cleaning begins, how many hours of busting caps do you put in @ a typical range day? My arms would get tired just reloading a fine layout like that!


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Newf, your example makes me want to start training my 2 grandsons how to clean their favorite grandfather's firearms.

Also; before the cleaning begins, how many hours of busting caps do you put in @ a typical range day? My arms would get tired just reloading a fine layout like that!


Well my nephew did have his 16 year old son with him too, so he did a lot of the range clean up after lol - had the place to ourselves and spent about 5 hrs there yesterday. We all shoot a lot of pistol, so we decided on a "no pistols allowed day" and burned through a lot of old Chinese/East Euro milsurp shooting mostly gongs at 100 and 200 meters. Favourite target though is "Bullwinkle" (AR500) with a center swing plate, also at 200 meters. The K31 was popular for that target Smile .

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Figured today was a good one to gather all the handgats together for an updated group picture.




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Saturn on 3 July 2018 - Near opposition.


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Figured today was a good one to gather all the handgats together for an updated group picture.



Nice family! Smile


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That's a great shot!


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Fun Fact #1: Neither one was made by HK.
Fun Fact #2: Neither one was made in Germany.


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Sunday drive, had to stop and take a picture.




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Fun Fact #1: Neither one was made by HK.
Fun Fact #2: Neither one was made in Germany.


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BINGO!


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