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My friend and me brought a melon and a pineapple, on our trip to the gravel pit.

The two rifles we use, is rebuild from Otterup M69 (shooting clubs rifles)

The 6,5x284 is the original S&L barrel, but chamber drilled from 6,5x55.
The other is re barreled to .220 Swift.

We placed a camera (unmanned) on a rack, about thirty yards besides the target.

http://s8.photobucket.com/albums/a21/220swift/Videoer/?action=view&current=Melonskydning.flv

When we left, there was a sweet smell of fruit all over the place.


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That was very funny to watch!! I was laughing together with you. Target and plinking...both enjoyable. Just heading for the supermarket...maybe I should extend my shopping-list for the weekend....
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What is the world coming to - Danes out shooting fruit! :D:D:D:D;)
 

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Yes – well, my friend ”Sandersen” (a bit more ”trigger happy” than I) came to me one day with a melon, and proposed me a trip to the gravel pit.

I let myself get carried away.

At that time I got a pineapple in my garage, which was stale – so! – “Vegetarian hunting” – that was a good word for it!

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