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January 13th, 1871

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RanchRoper
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January 13th, 1871

Post by RanchRoper » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:49 pm

Another windy day....40-50mph again. Because of the El-Nino/El Guapo/El-Chapo or whatever it is, we are having a very mild, no snow but gale force windy winter. 45F today and the relentless wind is roaring down the eastern slope of the Rockies.

Took my 1871 Colt Richards SA conversion revolver to the range. No rifle today. Just shot 20 rounds at 25 yds 1 handed shootist style...
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...not much to brag about today, there's some way off the mark. But any day shooting my guns is a good day.
Western Metal ammunition reloads from Calgary Alberta. 250 gr LFN.
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...and my revolver
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Thanks for stopping by...RR
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Re: January 13th, 1871

Post by CT_Shooter » Sun Jan 13, 2019 3:07 pm

I wish I could shoot my 1873 SAA as well. Great shooting, RR. Thanks again for another awesome range report and for the inspiration.
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Re: January 13th, 1871

Post by Vaquero » Sun Jan 13, 2019 3:34 pm

Nice shootin RR, and that is one fine lookin pistola sir.

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Re: January 13th, 1871

Post by JEBar » Sun Jan 13, 2019 4:12 pm

45F with a 40-50mph wind roaring down the eastern slope of the Rockies firing, 20 rounds at 25 yds 1 handed shootist style

remarkable indeed .. 8-)
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Re: January 13th, 1871

Post by RanchRoper » Sun Jan 13, 2019 4:17 pm

To be fair I don't think I can blame the wind on any. It was blowing pretty straight down range.
Thanks for the kind words.
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Re: January 13th, 1871

Post by RetiredSeabee » Sun Jan 13, 2019 5:01 pm

Marshal I believe you got the bad guy. That is if you got the shot off first....or he flinched.
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Re: January 13th, 1871

Post by RanchRoper » Sun Jan 13, 2019 6:06 pm

After posting that pic from Appaloosa I think I'll watch it tonight....one of my faves...Subway sandwich night & movie!
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