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Sunday, July 8, 2012
I rummaged around in the back of safe 2 this morning to see if anything needed attention, and Glory Be, this old .264 Win Mag stuck it's hand up, and said, 'clean me please'.
I had this rifle built with a Mauser action, back in, I think, 1974, by a gunsmith from Dallas, TX.
It shoots flat, and is a excellent round for anyone wanting to shoot 3 to 5 hundred yards with accuracy.
It also made me think, I haven't shot this thing in about ten years, so it will go to Sanderson with me next time I go, just to make sure it still works!
Took the day off with Patti today, doing honey do's for her.
Deguello, that's my .357 target from last weekend, first 5 were on target, but the rest is me pulling because of all the other guns going off around me.
Have a good Sunday, don't forget to tell your loved ones, you love them.
Thanks to Chris Miller for following this mess.