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    father and daughter blood the rascal

    went out with kayla my daughter last weekend for a shoot with her savage rascal we shot some targets for a while and then went for a walk saw a couple of rabbits but they ran away then we sat on the top of a hill and had a drink and an osm as we were sitting there we watched a swarm of bees do their thing and then a magpie landed in a tree in front of us I could tell what she was thinking so asked if she wanted to have a shot at it she was keen gotta love being out doorsName:  IMG_20151101_141659.jpg
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    Good shooting young Kayla

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    Well done young lady .
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    Good shot Kayla those birds are a small target!
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    nice one

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    Good shit to the both of you! Nice shooting.
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    Good stuff right there.

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    Yes very well done.
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    Superb shot !!!


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    well done
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    thanks guys shes been shooting at targets for a couple of years as when she took a shot at something that's alive I wanted it to be humane I was impressed how she took a good look at it before she shot at it making sure she could identify properly what she was shooting at and pulled the rifle down a couple of times and lifted the bolt as it moved and she needed to change positions and re id the target

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    Nice, black stock, black nails !!!

    How did you go for getting the rings for the scope ? I'm still using the peep sights on mine.
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    well done lassy ,heres to hoping it will be the first of many!

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    Good shot, thats one more than ive shot!!!!!
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