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Hi boys,

Chasing some bandits last Friday...



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Excedrin Headache #6 headed his way! I love it!!!

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Nice pic!!!



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The laws of physics about to take place. Very pleasing to see.

Great photo! That would be worthy of an avatar pic. 



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Thanks, Demi, Bob, and Craig...

The "physics" package is a 1 and 1/8 ounce charge of hard 7 1/2 shot launched from a Herter's (Cabela's house brand loaded by Fiocchi) 12 gauge shotshell at an advertised 1050FPS.  Must stay subsonic for the Metro barrel to do its sound attenuation job effectively.  The image is a screen capture from my ShotKam HD barrel mounted video camera and that fine device superimposes the "red dot" for video review reference purposes - i.e., where I was holding for lead! 

If you have a Cabela's in your area of operation, I suggest you boys try out those Herters shotshells - here in Texas at $55 a case - and they are excellent.  Also I highly recommend the ShotKam HD video camera.  It starts automatically when you make your "move" through their accelerometer technology and records superior video clips.  Post-hunt, you get to review your crow hunting hits and misses is vivid HD quality color.  How fun is that! 



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Looking at the picture, I didn't realize you were using the Metro barrel. This begs the question: What did the crow run into first...the shot stream or the barrel? biggrin

The Herter's loads are nice and I've bought several flats.  I didn't realize they were made by Fiocchi. The Fiocchi Little Rhino loads are now my preferred shells for shooting sporting clays tournaments.  They CRUSH targets!!

Thanks for the info. 

Demi



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G.B.,

Thanks for sharing the pic (great) and the info.

Butch

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