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    Twins & .22's


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    Took the twins out to get a little firearm training in just before dark yesterday eve. Took just a few pics & thought I'de share
    This is across the road on the hill from my home, this is usually where we hike & play at but they have been logging it for the last month & it's a mess now
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    The Transportation - '05 Yamaha BigBear 400 4x4
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    Firearms for the eve - twins .22LR Crickets & my Ruger MKII Target .22LR
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    The Knife shot for the eve. my BK2 -
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    We didn't stay long, it was getting dark on us !

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    My Mark II occasionally spits hot powder in my face and arm, it comes from the area around the back of the bolt. Be careful shooting them without safety glasses.

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    Fraternal or identical?

    Boys + Mud: as old as time itself.

    BOSS

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOSS1 View Post
    Fraternal or identical?

    Boys + Mud: as old as time itself.

    BOSS
    Identical
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    oh, man that's a bummer! at least you got woods time there before they started logging...am i seeing it correctly, one is a righty and the other is a lefty? or you're teaching them to practice with both? i'm a lefty but i practice with both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JV3 View Post
    oh, man that's a bummer! at least you got woods time there before they started logging...am i seeing it correctly, one is a righty and the other is a lefty? or you're teaching them to practice with both? i'm a lefty but i practice with both.
    Yep...ones a SouthPaw(Like me).

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    That looks like fun!

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    Boys look Great

    Cool firearms as well

    I also have a MKII--

    Carol and I love that sucker

    Thanks for posting my brother

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    A place that we used to go to in SE KY was logged and completely changed the untouched feeling that you got when you are there. Progress I guess, but there was some great timber on that tract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coaldigger View Post
    Yep...ones a SouthPaw(Like me).
    How do you like the safety on the Ruger? I've had a couple of them, still have a 10 inch stainless one but I've never cared for the safety. I wish they made it lefty friendly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by protourist View Post
    How do you like the safety on the Ruger? I've had a couple of them, still have a 10 in stainless one but I've never cared for the safety. I wish they made it lefty friendly.
    Not bad once I got use to it...This isn't a "Combat or EDC " gun so it doesn't bother me.

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    That's the way I see it too. I still wish it was different but I absolutely love the way it shoots.
    Rest in peace Bill. You will not be forgotten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by protourist View Post
    That's the way I see it too. I still wish it was different but I absolutely love the way it shoots.
    Yeah...I'm real impressed with how accurate these guns are.

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    A "righty" and a "lefty". Neat.

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    Good looking kids! Gonna keep you busy as they grow

    Ruger KMK512- good guns. My Da had a Red Eagle Ruger. First handgun I ever shot. Fathers/boys and shooting build memories that last a lifetime.

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    Thomas, that is awesome. Getting them started early. Good for you man.
    Man they have really grown lol.
    Yea to bad there is logging going on in your area. that sucks

    Bryan

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