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    Take a Kid Shooting

    So I took Rone and Vick’s advice and took my son shooting yesterday. Nice 42 degrees and the wind died halfway through the afternoon and the eagles and hawks had the birds holding for the dogs. Nice day in the fields and got my son his first rooster. Lots of chucker and huns holding tight. Pheasant spooked easily but were plentiful. Great day to break my son in busting birds.
    Rone, the stock on the perazzi is loose, I’ll bring it in for your expertise.

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    #2
    very nice on the shared bird hunt with you Son , ask Vicktor about his first Red Rider bird hunt at Lido's Game farm
    loose stock, no problem , duct tape and gorilla glue fixes everything !
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      #3
      Originally posted by Volkosupply View Post
      very nice on the shared bird hunt with you Son , ask Vicktor about his first Red Rider bird hunt at Lido's Game farm
      loose stock, no problem , duct tape and gorilla glue fixes everything !
      fun fact that dad forgot (which is fine....)

      I wasn't even at red ryder age yet. it was the smaller daisy, the model 105.

      Though when it was finally time to bring a shotgun to the field, it was with a pump action .410 that the stock had been cut to red ryder length. true story, dad took my red ryder and the shotgun to the gun smith and said "do this."

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        #4
        Originally posted by Volkosupply View Post

        fun fact that dad forgot (which is fine....)

        I wasn't even at red ryder age yet. it was the smaller daisy, the model 105.

        Though when it was finally time to bring a shotgun to the field, it was with a pump action .410 that the stock had been cut to red ryder length. true story, dad took my red ryder and the shotgun to the gun smith and said "do this."

        Well I would prefer to tighten the stock with the screw that holds it as opposed to duct tape.

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          #5
          Looks like a great day! Is this a club, private land or a preserve?? I'm WAY overdue for a bird day.
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            #6
            O Ray, I forgot , it ain't like the American Browning set up, it be I - tal - yin and special , we can always get Ed involved , he just loves fixin' Italian stuff
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              #7
              Prime example why properly trained dogs are a necessity for a very successful bird hunt . Congrats

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                #8
                Originally posted by Volkosupply View Post

                fun fact that dad forgot (which is fine....)

                I wasn't even at red ryder age yet. it was the smaller daisy, the model 105.

                Though when it was finally time to bring a shotgun to the field, it was with a pump action .410 that the stock had been cut to red ryder length. true story, dad took my red ryder and the shotgun to the gun smith and said "do this."

                Stock photo? Please tell me you have pictures somewhere
                It's all the same, we're all ashamed of our children who can read between the lines of their textbooks
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                The busted wills and scrapfills of this great nation show you can hold a fucking pen

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by dougfxdl View Post
                  Looks like a great day! Is this a club, private land or a preserve?? I'm WAY overdue for a bird day.
                  It’s a private club.
                  I still think I would get more roosters with a suppressed 22 with subsonic ammo driving along the roads. Those suckers let you drive right up to them but in the field they run about 50-60 yards ahead
                  Last edited by Rrudo74901; 01-28-2019, 06:26 PM.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by viper720 View Post

                    Stock photo? Please tell me you have pictures somewhere
                    the bb gun is still around. not sure if we got any pictures that day....I was like 5 or 6 or so and dad was pretty busy wrangling me and shooting pheasant....and these were the days of when cameras were real and not something that fit in a pocket.
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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Rrudo74901 View Post
                      So I took Rone and Vick’s advice and took my son shooting yesterday. Nice 42 degrees and the wind died halfway through the afternoon and the eagles and hawks had the birds holding for the dogs. Nice day in the fields and got my son his first rooster. Lots of chucker and huns holding tight. Pheasant spooked easily but were plentiful. Great day to break my son in busting birds.
                      Rone, the stock on the perazzi is loose, I’ll bring it in for your expertise.
                      Nice.

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                        #12
                        awsome day in the field,what time is dinner?

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