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Unread 06-18-2023, 10:20 AM   #51
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Thanks Randy. I bought the Model 21 in 2005. 32” VR Trap Grade stamped TRAP on its trigger plate and its stock with about 2-3/8” drop and 14-1/2” lop, and with 2-B checkering. Perfect dims for me for sporting clays. Must have been special ordered but Cody doesn’t have any info except the date in 1948 the frame was serial numbered and that it was shipped to a named place near Reading PA. Dave Riffle looked at it while at the 2006 Southern and thought everything was right. Stock had some finish flaking and I had just bought a Krieghoff and got to know the people there in Ottsville. The K service manager set me up with their refinisher then in Texas and I had the 21 stock redone with Krieghoff satin finish on the stripped/bare wood. I was into competitive sporting clays heavily back then and this 21 helped me punch up 2 classes. Then in 2008 I put the 21 away after getting involved in something else; but things have changed and hence the 21 has come out of the back of the safe.
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Unread 06-27-2023, 02:47 PM   #52
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A little something in case Iím inclined to shoot steel at the Northern Itís my Remington 700 HB 5R in 260 REM with an Athlon 6-24x and suppressor . My for lack of a better term ďdamage control rifleĒ . If Iím wired right I can typically keep five in a ragged hole at 100 yards with my handload using Lapua brass CCI large BR primers , Hornady 129 SST and IMR4350 . Iím loading at the shop with used stuff Iíve picked up rather than trying to clean up my loading bench and doing it at home . An old Lyman press , Lyman powder measure and Lyman scale .
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The "Grouse Walk", which is not on the registration form, is 27 birds for $30. There is a trophy for any gun maker and there are AHFCA trophies too. The Fox Grouse Walk is a small bore event so any gun smaller than a 12g is eligible. Our "any maker" event is for any gauge in a vintage gun.
By any chance will this grouse walk thingy have a trophy for hammer and another for hammerless or just one to cover all ? Also does this have to be fired low gun ?
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One trophy, no differentiation of H/HL. Yes, must start with a low gun, heel of stock below armpit.
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Unread 07-27-2023, 01:40 PM   #55
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HEADED TO THE ROCK
Late decision, will arrive Friday afternoon thru Sunday, staying at the Skyline.
Bringing my friend Mark who is no stranger to bringing home the bling.
See you all there.
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Have a good shoot men. Sorry I'm going to miss it but I have a few more days of wandering aimlessly through Alaska. IMG-0367.jpg

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Nice Dan, great looking trip. I am unable to make The Rock. Off to the Outer Banks. I Hope everyone shoots straight and true and has fun and safety.
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