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    H&R Trapdoor Officer's model

    I posted this in another area, but realized it fit better here. Picked this up at a Pawn Shop for $750, she is in mint shape.IMG_20190101_115841.jpgI have been shooting 405 Lazer cast over 13 grains of Unique, CCI primers and mixed brass. No problems with 40 round through her.
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    Congrats, looks like a lot of fun to load for/shoot, on my bucket list.
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    Those are sweet rifles and also on my bucket list.

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    It is hoot to shoot. Only drawback is no graduation on the vernier sight. As I sight in on the different ranges I am filing a notch on the rail.
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    Planning on one.........

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    Neat! So, where's the range report.
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    Very nice!!!

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    Here is a 50 yard targetIMG_20190105_102129.jpg just love how they come up sidewase.
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    Very nice!! Thanks for sharing.

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    Your welcome. Since firing that target, I figured out how to adjust the windage. Loosen the rear eye piece and move it to direction desired.
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