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    I practice this before each deer season, just to make sure I know my lead.

    I'll mow the pasture where the tires went, as to get some more speed next time.

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    Good exercise. Love your cat.
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    Interesting setup but, if that's a 44 mag, I think that's a 240 grain JHP not a 200 grain.
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    I like it. Does the job.
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    Hey mowed and not hitting target both ways is always a plus
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mesa3gunner View Post
    Good exercise. Love your cat.
    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gvaldeg1 View Post
    Interesting setup but, if that's a 44 mag, I think that's a 240 grain JHP not a 200 grain.
    I bought and hand-loaded the bullets myself. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coalcracker View Post
    I like it. Does the job.
    I've also used a pendulum for long range shots.

    But that is pretty hard to hit!

    Thanks!

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