The impact came in today and it is a keeper! After I zero the scope I turn my attention to some acorn s in a tree about 50 yards away it didn't mess with 12 shots I'm happy, very happy. I can't wait to see what this thing can do at the longer ranges and what is thrown over the Crony.
How did this post slip by? This is the first time I saw it. That's some great shooting.
Quote from: blackdiesel on May 24, 2017, 05:19:19 PMHow did this post slip by? This is the first time I saw it. That's some great shooting.I missed it too! I always for get to check the GA forum Did Baxter tell you what the real problem was with the gun being inaccurate? That is pretty solid shooting there!
The “Facorn” Memorial services were quiet and not well attended but appropriate. They will be missed. That gun is a shooter/keeper.
Them facorns used to snicker every time I went outside. Now they hide. Revenge is sweet.
Well, facorns at 100 yards??? I'm game
I need to order a couple of sheets of self-adhesive facorns... maybe a whole roll.NY currently has no restricted season or bag limit on facorns. (Probably because of the nagging issue with auto-spell-check when trying to type up the legislation.)
The home where I grew up had seven Live Oaks that dropped tens of thousands of genuine Acorns each year. Live Oaks were very common in the whole community too. The Acorns falling from considerable height would stone Facorns to death. This caused a sharp, severe decline in the Facorn population over the years. Now, the Facorn is classified as an "Endangered Species” in that area.