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    This brought back some memories

    When I was 12 my Dad made me do this with a dime balanced on the barrel of his Charter Arms .38 special right behind the front sight until I could keep the dime there before he ever let me shoot the thing. I guess that's one of the reasons I was such a straight shooting sumbitch with a revolver.


    Thanks Dad



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    Originally posted by Woods Devil View Post
    When I was 12 my Dad made me do this with a dime balanced on the barrel of his Charter Arms .38 special right behind the front sight until I could keep the dime there before he ever let me shoot the thing. I guess that's one of the reasons I was such a straight shooting sumbitch with a revolver.


    Thanks Dad



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      #3
      Originally posted by Woods Devil View Post
      When I was 12 my Dad made me do this with a dime balanced on the barrel of his Charter Arms .38 special right behind the front sight until I could keep the dime there before he ever let me shoot the thing. I guess that's one of the reasons I was such a straight shooting sumbitch with a revolver.


      Thanks Dad



      https://www.full30.com/video/254714f...c23f859d8a72d6
      My step father carried a BAR in the Korean War....

      He made me do that with a 22lr casing before I was allowed to shoot the JC Higgins 22......

      that and doing a full field strip blind folded.....

      have carried on the lessons with my children and grands.....

      true stury


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        #4
        That's a cool technique, lets you see how much the muzzle is moving. Its not a whole lot different than practicing dry firing at a target.
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          #5
          I have never taken apart and put back a gun before.
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            #6
            I learned how to shoot by killing bullfrogs in shallow water.

            Still haunts me
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              #7
              i find that ima going to my pellet gun for the critters more and more

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                #8
                Originally posted by HeavyHauler View Post
                I have never taken apart and put back a gun before.
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Mayaca View Post

                  Nice to meet you ma'am.
                  Nice to meet you Forrest.

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