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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.

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    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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    I love seeing stuff like this. Great post. They look like they're having a blast. Much better than video games any time!!

    I have a Ruger 22/45, but grew up shooting a Mk II. It's a great platform.

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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.

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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

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