January 5, 2008 at 5:31 am #1199
I got an awesome christmas present. 🙂 🙂 🙂
Isn’t it pretty? I was shooting clay pidgeons at 200 yards and it’s so easy it’s boring. It has a trigger pull of about a pound. Extremely insanely accurate. It’ll hit right where you hold the crosshairs every time no questions asked. I love it.
I love toys. 🙂January 5, 2008 at 8:50 am #30934photo22Participant
That’s bad ass 😀 . I have your guns granpa in 30-06 with a Fajen stock. If you like I will post a pic. Whats your chambered in?January 5, 2008 at 8:56 am #30935jfkParticipant
Nice gun, let’s have the details on it; make, caliber, who gave it to you…etc.
Also…I can’t believe you skinned a chipmunk..hahahaha
Happy New Year Lama,
JohnJanuary 5, 2008 at 1:12 pm #30945rabbitsParticipant
u lucky wee lama .nice one mate 😀January 5, 2008 at 3:51 pm #30958
I did skin a chipmunk. 😛 I was bored. 🙂
It’s a remington xr-100 chambered in .223. It was my mom and a few relatives that went together and got it for me.
Photo, I’d definately like to see that 30-06.
I like this gun because it’s got cheap ammo. That 300 ultra mag of mine was killing my wallet at 40 bucks a box. This stuff is pretty cheap. If I get the match stuff, which this gun really likes, it’s more expensive. But for screwing around at my grandparents shooting clay pidgeons, this normal ammo is plenty accurate enough. Even at 250 yards. 🙂 🙂 🙂January 5, 2008 at 4:09 pm #30959bartParticipant
Dammit Lama you lucky bastard, I never got a gun as a present 🙁
How many is that now?
Do you keep all of them under your pillow? 😈
It’s got some sharp looks btw, congratulations 😉January 5, 2008 at 4:15 pm #30961
Adding that gun to it = a lot. 🙂
I tried putting them under my pillow, but my neck was cramping from the pillow being up to high. 🙂
I need a list of all my guns.
3 pump airguns
I think that’s all. 😀January 5, 2008 at 7:20 pm #30974riffraffParticipant
Very Nice Mr.Lama!!
I shouldered one just like it over the New Years weekend. Its got one of the few thumbhole stocks I like on it.
If you wanna see just how accurate it can get, have somebody load up some berger benchrest bullets with a charge of H-BLC2. My Father-in-law hits a 4″ steel disk at 600 yards with this combo using a 40XB. 100 yard groups are hard to measure. Your gun should be no different.January 5, 2008 at 7:22 pm #30975photo22Participant
This is my Custom 30-06 with Fajen stock and at 6-24×50 Simmons Whaittail Classic scope.January 5, 2008 at 7:53 pm #30977blackopsParticipant
Nice looking rifle there Lama!
Did you tan those wash them or ???? frigging chipmunk 😆
Sounds like your next hobby ought to be reloading your own ammo… I am/was able to reload for about 1/5th the cost of factory ammo as well as make custom match grade ammo tuned to my gun. If I get into shooting my .50 BMG this will be the only way to shoot it.
Jim.January 5, 2008 at 7:59 pm #30978sacshooterParticipant
When I was a kid, my neighbor made custom light switch covers out of his chipmunkâ€™s.January 5, 2008 at 9:51 pm #30982cygnus-x-d82Participant
i whish my family would get me toys like thatJanuary 5, 2008 at 11:06 pm #30991shakyParticipant
Lama,……….you’re spoiled,……………and I’m JEALOUS!!!!!January 6, 2008 at 5:54 pm #31049AnonymousInactive
Lama…… what’s gonna happen someday when you have to work for a living? 😛 😛 😛
Unbeknownst to your Dad I have filed the adoption papers. Yep Lama… I’m going to be your big brother. I can’t wait to lay around that big ol’ house watching the Big Screen TV, drinking all of Dad’s beer, and shooting all your nice guns. Don’t worry now….. I’ll let you wash the Subaru on weekends. 😛 😛
HarryJanuary 10, 2008 at 6:15 am #31347akulaParticipant
Lama; It’s a foul if you shoot clays on the ground that close. With such a gun a true god of the rifle should be able to shoot a pie plate fying at 300yds. When you you can take a grounded clay at 700ys on the first shot you’ve arrived. When you hit the bull at 1KM with wind with consistancy you’ve arrived as a master of the weapon.
Welcome to the your new world of Magnums. My young friend, there is always room to improve.
You’ve come from being dazed by the weapon, then awe and appreciation of what the recoil can do to you and the down range damage. It’s time to test your metal against your true potential…and the rifle’s.
I’ve no doubt you will become the best long range shooter amoung us. When you’re ready, compete. But the true test is against game…or things that shoot back. I suggest you conentrate on those things that don’t return fire. It’s my experience that returned fire throws off your aim. It also may ruin your day. AKULA
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