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Posted: 3/19/2006 7:42:48 PM EDT
Couple of Ga. guys that drove all the way to Camden with a new beltfed each said it was too cold to stay and shoot Sunday. Could it be that the German engineering on the 42 wasn't up to snuff, or the Browning was too stiff to run in the cold? I can't believe these men would not want to stay and shoot because THEY were too cold, so it must have been the guns that didn't like it. These two men couldn't be FAIR WEATHER SHOOTERS could they? H K Overkill, what do you think?

Hope you all made it home safe. It was good to see you all. We had a ball. Thanks to all.

BW
Link Posted: 3/20/2006 6:00:25 AM EDT
It got COLD at the night shoot. It was so cold you could feel the heat from the flamethrower. And it felt GOOD.

I don't think many stay for Sunday. I never have.

Link Posted: 3/20/2006 9:08:07 AM EDT

Originally Posted By buzzworm:
Couple of Ga. guys that drove all the way to Camden with a new beltfed each said it was too cold to stay and shoot Sunday. Could it be that the German engineering on the 42 wasn't up to snuff, or the Browning was too stiff to run in the cold? I can't believe these men would not want to stay and shoot because THEY were too cold, so it must have been the guns that didn't like it. These two men couldn't be FAIR WEATHER SHOOTERS could they? H K Overkill, what do you think?
Hope you all made it home safe. It was good to see you all. We had a ball. Thanks to all.
BW



See post in the Georgia Hometown forum.

It was good to see ya'll too.

Enjoyed shooting your "Kittycat".........

Got home in the early evening. Will attempt to unpack my car today....


HKO
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