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Unread 06-15-2023, 11:18 AM   #41
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At the top of the hill overlooking the clubhouse and west half of the golf course. Exit the golf course/motel road and turn left, not right toward downtown Tunk. Only about 1/8 mile.
Oh okay I thought you meant right there in or at the Shadowbrook compound . I used to eat at the Perkins in Dickson City quite often when I lived there .
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That's a beautiful Model 21 there Frank,

I assume the 32" barrels have tight chokes?

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Thanks Stan, I-Mod and Full did well when I was doing nsca tournaments many moons ago.
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Thanks Stan, I-Mod and Full did well when I was doing nsca tourmaments many moons ago.
Diesel Chokes. Or as Randy calls them, "Men's Department Chokes".
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[QUOTE=Mike Koneski; Or as Randy calls them, "Men's Department Chokes".[/QUOTE]

I had forgot that term, Thanks for jogging my memory
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Diesel Chokes. Or as Randy calls them, "Men's Department Chokes".
I've always called them "big boy chokes". Same difference.
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Barrels without condoms.
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That used to be called "riding bareback".
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Thanks Stan, I-Mod and Full did well when I was doing nsca tournaments many moons ago.
Last two shoots I participated in at Prospect Hall were shot with a Parker VHE 12 gauge trap 32” F&F and the other with a Parker VHE 16 gauge skeet 26” marked skeet in skeet out but by todays standards more like lite mod and mod . Anyway my final score in both shoots was two targets difference between the right gun vs the more open one .
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Nice Ithacas Stan. Thanks for posting.

Yes it is. Here's my 1948 Winchester 21 Trap Grade 32” VR. My tournament sporting clays gun from about 15 years ago and looking to come out of retirement.
Nice gun Frank, a real beast. Eye candy for sure, did you have it stocked?
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