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Unread 11-28-2020, 05:41 PM   #1
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Default Two Parker 20s with some backup

It didn't take long to warm our hands on this cool morning. The barrels warmed fast with a great morning flight. Dale shot his GH20 to start, and finished with a Smith 16. I started with a VH20, and cleaned up with my DS20.
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Wow. Why does one need to warm up their hands in Arizona? : ) Isn't it always like 123 degrees? VERY nice and what a nice bunch of iron.
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Looks like fun!
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Wow, lots of good shooting
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Dale and I both lost our little "hunting buddies" 3 years ago to old age. They were the work horses of the hunt. I now know why my back aches and my legs are sore after a morning of shooting. Retrieval is work, time to get another dog!
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looks like somebody really had some fun till it turned into work picking up all those doves....charlie
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Shoot, retrieve, shoot, retrieve, shoot retrieve. .......,no complaints, sure beats a good day at work! We can get spoiled by having a good dog Charlie. I'll get another setter when I'm retired.
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Inquiring minds, what do you do with the birds?
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Doves are delicious. I know what I would do with them
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Me too, Mills. And, the Eurasians (ringneck) taste just about as good as the mourning doves I grew up on. We don't have the numbers of "ringnecks" here that they do in AZ. If we did I'd be too broke to buy shells. But, we have a few of them show up in dove fields every now and then.
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