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 Post subject: Clay shooting
PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2010 8:08 pm 
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At a function yesterday and caught a few I kind of like...

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#2 & 3...
In #2 caught the whole scene.
Skeet exploding top right and shell ejecting pic #3/crop
The skeet itself is a poor crop...too far too small
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Honourable mention goes to "JJ" the landowners bird hunting dog.
Heard the shotguns start and came on the run full bore looking for birds
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Saw all the empty shells and figured it out....
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Awwww darn!!...stupid skeets... :roll:
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lol love the dog kpr... and the last one with the guy where you see the shell discharging.

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HA HA HA

Priceless :lol:

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Good timing on the shell ejections Kpr.

The dog shots are my favorites I used to keep Springers and still have a soft spot for them.


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Thanks....

I think I am going to frame that series and present them to the owner of the property/dog there.
May deliver them when the syrup is running good :D
Quite the gentleman he is.

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Had some fun with him while he was telling "fishing stories" around the woodstove.
Was telling about breaking his flyrod on a trip in NFLD and said it wasn't a real issue he just continued to fish that day ...without...a rod.
(long trip out to get one/waste of a day :wink: )
Well the stage was set cause so unlike me to say...."show me"

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Psstt...he can cast better than me WITH a rod...lol

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there ya go mentioning syrup again .... YUM!!!!!!

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Back to the annual event again yesterday.
Seems as though the poor lighting and snow amounts haven't changed :evil:
Like to share a couple with you.

One for timing,like to think I nailed it but it was probably more a fluke...

The millisecond of the shell eject/reload...

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If you look closely in this pic you can actually see the "shot" from the shell before impact about halfway between the treeline and the skeet...
The empty shell hasn't even been ejected from the shotgun yet.

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Psssst Wolf....almost syrup time :wink:

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