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My gunsmith gave up on fabricating an extractor for my Customized Remington Rolling Block .22 Hornet, so the screwdriver extractor it will be. It works OK with practice. Installed the bipod and new scope (Simmons Pro Sport 3-9x) and bore sighted it yesterday. Went to the range after bowling league this morning. Sunny, temp in the mid 70s, RH 45%. (Yep, gloating). Ran the sighting-in gamut, 25+50+100 yards. Everything hunky-dory, except a fair amount of walking from bench to target and back. Healthful exercise I suppose, but all I wanted. Considering getting a spotting scope - any recommendations?. All alone at the range again. We have about 200 members, must be they are working stiffs, eh? ;)

Rain predicted for tomorrow, sunny again Friday; the .44 mag rifle and revolver are scheduled for action.

Vermont in the summertime; gotta love it.
 

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Well , sound slike you had fun,

I hope.

I have a cheap Simmons, from Walmart, it works for me, $ 69 I think.

I have a 6X20x50 Scope that I also use, it works good out to 100 yrds, on .22.



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My gunsmith gave up on fabricating an extractor for my Customized Remington Rolling Block .22 Hornet, so the screwdriver extractor it will be. It works OK with practice. Installed the bipod and new scope (Simmons Pro Sport 3-9x) and bore sighted it yesterday. Went to the range after bowling league this morning. Sunny, temp in the mid 70s, RH 45%. (Yep, gloating). Ran the sighting-in gamut, 25+50+100 yards. Everything hunky-dory, except a fair amount of walking from bench to target and back. Healthful exercise I suppose, but all I wanted. Considering getting a spotting scope - any recommendations?. All alone at the range again. We have about 200 members, must be they are working stiffs, eh? ;)

Rain predicted for tomorrow, sunny again Friday; the .44 mag rifle and revolver are scheduled for action.

Vermont in the summertime; gotta love it.
VT,
Wish I could have been there with you with my .45. I would of have a good time at the 25 and 50 yard range. Especially nice when you have the range to yourself. It had to be peaceful!
Tommy
 
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