Older Sears Bolt Action
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how'd you know? You must've done the same! haha!
And the ladies underwear section.
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Posted 26 April 2011 - 06:47 PM
I looked around for some extra mags for it and they run at about $34 per 2 round mag from Numrich. Cant even imagine what a 10 rounder would cost! For that Ill just make my own... of course now Ill have to go try...Gonna be awhile before it gets shot, my dad broke his arm when we were backpacking while crossing a river. Cant wait till quail season now though. Didnt see a sole out there and hundreds of quail, lots of deer and coyote sign and even a few fresh bear tracks!
Just wish I could find an extended mag for them as that would make it even better!Darren
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Posted 14 May 2011 - 01:40 PM
My 1st shotgun was a sears, bolt in 20 and I'm a lefty. Your x was just mean.
Had one when I was a kid in 20 gauge. Loved that old gun. ex wife took a hacksaw to it while I was out on the road lol. Enjoy it they were nice guns in the day.
Posted 15 May 2011 - 05:54 PM
Been there before, did my hunter ed there, its about 45 minutes to an hour away. Oxnards only 15. I only shot it a few times, we were running out of time and just wanted to see if it shot. for clays I have a spot in the Nat'nl forest. Gonna be a lot of practice
Next time drive to Angeles shooting range. Probably closer and they not only have clays for the shotgun but you can shoot out to 600 yds. Lots more shooting opportunties
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