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    rifle50
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    Shot this first part of October 2017. People ask why don’t you show firing of gun……I do here 2 shots full screen and then attempt to have Pic in Pic showing firing and camera at impact. IMO small portion is useless as target so far away one sees nothing…….Except staying on scope at least 4 seconds to see dust if hitting dirt?? Also at end give perspective of me standing beside that 24″ wide plate….. Pretty small for target with an airgun at 1000 yards believe me………..

    VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZ4jQHeIdfk

    Comments welcomed…………….Carl

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    coors
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    Hi Carl, That’s amazing, as always! For the second time watching your videos, I noticed your boots. Those look like my boots. I’m a bricklayer. Are you by chance a bricklayer/mason also? Also, your .257, is that gun built on a Texan frame, as well?

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    rifle50
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    quote coors:

    Hi Carl, That’s amazing, as always! For the second time watching your videos, I noticed your boots. Those look like my boots. I’m a bricklayer. Are you by chance a bricklayer/mason also? Also, your .257, is that gun built on a Texan frame, as well?

    Thanks……..The boots are Redwing……I am retired for 16 years now. No bricklayer, that is hard work 😉 I used them for hiking and when at the range I like boots is all. Many years ago I ran heavy earth moving equipment, asphalt plants, rock crushers, so wore boots.

    My .257’s are all on a Condor Frame………..Carl

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