DagoRich

Rodent Rover Delta-Romeo

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Deep behind enemy lines.downsized_03120111501.jpgdownsized_0312011150a1.jpgInflicted casualties upon the enemy without being detected.downsized_03120111061.jpgBack at GS camp Alpha, mission completed.downsized_03120112521.jpg

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You may have won the battle but they are a relentless enemy. :mellow: Nice rig too.

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Thanks havoc. Im sure there will be many more battles to come. :mellow:

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Thats a nice setup for airgunning i could sit all day under them trees . Nice shooting what gun you use for the dirty work
Thanks Knot, I love it up there. Im planning on spending alot of time taking care of the ground squirrel population. I was useing a Daystate Air Ranger .22cal with Gary Cane green laminated stock and Hawke scope. downsized_03040116321.jpgdownsized_03040116031.jpg

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That stock is a real beauty Rich. It must have cost almost what the gun did. It sure makes for a good looking package. :smiley-funny-post-sign:

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Thanks John! I believe the stock was an option on the early Air Rangers.

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Thanks for the compliments guys.

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Gald you enjoyed it.

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dont need the gps for the area but where in california is that? it looks like prime spot.

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dont need the gps for the area but where in california is that? it looks like prime spot.
Tejon Ranch.

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is that private access, paying public or just public area?

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Great photos, thanks for sharing. Wish I could go but work is nuts.

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Thanks man. All work and no play is not good for the soul.

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