My wife and i went to the range shooting at an auto reset do-all target. She was shooting the 1978 39M with a skinner sight on it . I was shooting a new to me 1957 39A Mountie with original sights. I finally got used to the open sights (been a long time since I shot with open sights and I'm 60). The new to me mountie shot very well. It was a fun afternoon trying to beat each other flipping the paddles.
Costco should sell bullets in those bins, like walnuts. Or you could buy two five gallon buckets of bullets, shrink-wrapped together.
Coffee is hard to make when you haven't had your coffee yet. This is called the "pre-caffeinated paradox".
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It's paper targets only at our range. I wish I had a place to shoot at steel targets, and also the bouncing plastic ones. Those look like so much fun.
1946 Marlin model 39A
1978 Glenfield model 40 (Marlin model 49DL)
1996 Marlin model 60
Team 60 member #90
Team 49.22 member #1
Hey, you can't say that in America!