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The Other Way to Shoot Boomers


Most people who come to Boomershoot do so with the idea of practicing their long-range shooting with an accurate rifle.  A few, however, think that iron sights and volume of fire are the way to go.

From what the owner of that little beauty told me, it was converted to semi-auto and they didn't really have much chance of actually hitting anything at boomershoot ranges -- but it was fun to play with.  They had hopes of hitting the larger targets at the 380 line mainly by luck, but anything longer than that turned the whole thing into a very expensive way to move snow and dirt around.

I forgot to check back after the event to see if they managed to hit any boomers with it.


This entry was published 2008-05-08 12:19:11.0 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2008-05-08 12:19:11.0. [Tweet]

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