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How to shoot a TV the right way

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Spencer R., Dec 2, 2010.

  1. Spencer R.

    Spencer R. Active Member

    We shot a TV, out on the west side of Utah Lake. We like to shoot non traditional targets just like anyone else. We thought we would just show everyone how to do it in a way that they could clean up after. After we shot the TV we wraped it up and cleaned up the area around the tarped area. I think this would be a great idea for shooting bottles and other things too.


    Edit: Link Fixed
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2010
  2. gunnutery

    gunnutery Well-Known Member

    Link doesn't work.
  3. S. Hill

    S. Hill Well-Known Member

  4. 1KPerDay

    1KPerDay Well-Known Member

    Your link doesn't work for me either, Spencer, but kudos to you for cleaning up your mess over there. It's embarrassing how much crap there is spread around by moronic yahoos. I try to pack out more than I bring in, but there's only so much one man can do.

    In general I try to avoid the area altogether as 8 times out of 10 there's one or more idiot waving his gun around in every direction and laughing and hooting like a drunken fool. I get genuinely afraid I'm going to get shot. :rolleyes:
  5. Spencer R.

    Spencer R. Active Member

    Link Now works

    Sorry comcast nod here in Utah went down and took out the link. Sorry bout that.
  6. clamman

    clamman Well-Known Member

    In my former life, I was sitting in front of my TV with a 357 and some adult bevereges. There was a commercial on I didn't like, so I blew that Panasonic away. My ex wanted to know why I had a new TV and I told her the other one was shot. TRUE STORY.
  7. CoastieShep

    CoastieShep Well-Known Member

    I could watch that girl shoot all day long.
    Both good vids. Plinking up in alaska, I'd use a tarp also.
  8. therewolf

    therewolf member

    So the way Elvis used to do it is wrong, then?:D
  9. S. Hill

    S. Hill Well-Known Member

    Yeah, the best part of that video (besides the fact that she is kinda cute) is that they are using one of our carbines. Ya just gotta love someone who is telling people about your products.

    Andy H. Owner of Thureon Defense.
  10. bri

    bri Well-Known Member

    Great story. You should not be allowed around any firearms.

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