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Unread 05-29-2015, 12:38 PM   #1
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Yesterday I took my semi-annual trip to the trap range to exercise my Parker and Smith SBT. My Parker #177962 32 inch SC stole the day with 50 straight, 7/8 oz of 8.5 shot, Remington primers pushed by 17 grains of Clays. Thursday mornings we have a mature (over 75) group of trap shooters at our Rio Salado Range. They all got a good laugh was someone was shooting a gun older than them.


PS: 34 inch SBT L.C. Smith didn't perform at the level of the Parker.
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Unread 05-29-2015, 02:44 PM   #2
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Excellent job from gun and shooter!
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good job on that shooting...i was surprized the parker beat the lc smith badly in shooting but i was glad the parker came out on top...charlie
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I have always thought Parker got far more competition from Ithaca SBTs than anyone else.
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Nice shooting... both are great SBT`s. But remember, "its the Indian not the arrow"

RD
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The best indian there is can't do much with an arrow that don't fly straight. Like the arrows made by LC Smith...
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