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    nice time shooting with my wife

    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.
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    sounds like you guys had a blast.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedodgeman View Post
    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.
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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.
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