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Post  dongalonga 3/27/2012, 4:53 am

Anyone else here into Shooting Sports? It seems like a natural fit with most Jeepers. If so, what ya got?

I will start:
S&W M&P15 w/toys
GSG-522
Mosin 91/30
Remington M887 Tactical
Glock 17
Ruger SR9
Ruger LC9 as of this afternoon

I was previously a member of Lowell Sportsman Club, which I cannot recommend highly to anyone. One of my good friends is a member of Pelham's range, which is excellent thus far. I will be checking out Harvard Sportsmans Club in the near future as well.

If anyone has not been shooting and is interested in learning, let me know. I have some experience and may be able to help you find an new way to go broke!
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Post  Ryan McKee 3/27/2012, 7:45 am

I used to shoot regularly when I lived in Florida. Stephanie (my other half) does deer hunting in New England and brought home her first buck 2 winters ago, which is now on the wall.

I'd love a Glock (17/19 or one of the sub compact 30 models) BUT..... My one and only is a 1950s Hungarian military issue FEG PA-63 9mm Makarov. Got it for a great deal over what a Glock or S&M would have cost.

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Post  dongalonga 3/27/2012, 8:42 am

Unfortunately we get taken to the wood shed when it comes to Glocks in MA. Of course they are my favorite pistols to boot! I had a G22 and G26 previously. Wish I kept the G26 right now.
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Post  CrawlingForward 3/27/2012, 11:18 am

I shoot usually about once a year with my brother-in-law, who's a large enthusiast, but nothing of my own just yet.

When the time comes, I'll probably first grab just a lever-action .22 to learn on and possibly some sort of carry, but that's a long ways off.

If you're ever looking to take people shooting, though, I'm down!

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Post  durajeep 3/27/2012, 6:41 pm

S&W M&P 40 god i love this gun and currently my girl has the M&P 45 yes yes i know she has the bigger gun but hers is issued and mine well i paid for it lol. We shoot regularly out in leominster on sundays bc its free and she lives in the next town over. i love shooting and am more than willing to help any1 who wants to learn. i am always looking for a reason to get out shooting. Next purchase will be a .22 rifle only bc you can literally shoot it all day and only spend $20!
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Post  dongalonga 3/27/2012, 7:40 pm

The most fun my wife and I have at the range generally involves her tacticool .22lr I have to say that little gsg522 brings a smile to the face of anyone who shoots it.
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