Shot my Greener 10 gauge today


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Pulp
August 24, 2009, 01:09 AM
I haven't gotten to do much shooting lately due to minor things like work, but my brother is in from Alabama for awhile so we went out a burned a bit of powder. I load the Greener very lightly, a square load made with a 7/8 oz Lee shot dipper since it's an old gun, but it will dust up a clay pigeon. Dang that thing is fun to shoot.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v504/BlackPowderPulp/HPIM0911.jpg

I also shot up a bunch of BP 20 gauge shells I loaded 3 or 4 years ago. They'll take out the pigeons quite nicely.

And this isn't BP related, but you know that little piece of pipe lookin' thingy that goes over the spring of a 1911, and then you secure it down with that little U-shaped thingy? Well, hold that thing down real good, 'cause it will draw blood in the middle of your forehead.:mad:

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Ratdog68
August 24, 2009, 01:19 AM
LOL.... OUCH ! Since we missed it... do it again for us while ya get it on digital film to post up. :evil:

Glad you got out too and had some fun with the toys. Good on yaz !!

Das Jaeger
August 24, 2009, 01:45 AM
now thats funny !

Nice Shotgun , if it could talk , more . :D

Ummm , 1911's , gotta watch that springy thingy , and oh , don't point muzzle at head :D
I think thats in the RULE book . :D Your just lucky it didn't take out your eye . I broke a nice Collectors plate on my wall when I had mine fly out once , I wasn't popular that night, it was her plate :banghead:

Great photos , thanks, Jaeger

stevemo1056
September 3, 2009, 10:16 PM
if ya ever want to sell your greener please let me know, steve 2392925190

alemonkey
September 3, 2009, 11:29 PM
Yikes! I've learned to always wear glasses when working on guns, after sending a few spring loaded parts flying across the room.

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