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post #51 of 74 (permalink) Old 07-05-2011, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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shes gonna get more work. The lead sled is nice to use with new shooters, eliminates any pain the shooter might feel due to holding it wrong. Her father was dumb enough to tell her to shoot it off hand. I suggested the lead sled.
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post #52 of 74 (permalink) Old 07-05-2011, 02:55 PM
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weird, you got a pop up blocker or something? Its posted on youtube.
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post #54 of 74 (permalink) Old 07-05-2011, 03:48 PM
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I tried it several times and nothing starts. I see all your other videos but for some reason my computer won't me to see them???? I have watched other u-tube stuff. I don't know what's up and not very computer savy.
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nope I can't start any videos in FG's listing. I see them all. Does this require a subscription or something? My son-in-law is coming for dinner so he's pretty good with computers so I should be good to go in an hour or so. There's no (start icon) when I click on the site. I know sounds pretty lame but like I said not very good with this darn thing. I see now, my daughter has a sign in log to u-tube so I just need her password I guess???
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The lead sled is nice to use with new shooters, eliminates any pain the shooter might feel due to holding it wrong..
Sorry FG but you're very wrong, The lead sled obviously hurt her from this shot she even raises and shakes her right arm indicating a painful recoil.

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Hows this one HM? this any better?


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Sorry FG but you're very wrong, The lead sled obviously hurt her from this shot she even raises and shakes her right arm indicating a painful recoil.
LOL again you are wrong. What hurt her was the fact she had her cheek pressed down hard into the stock. That thing weighs 23lbs as it sits, recoil is very tame and you can shoot all day long and not feel anything later on.

Shes a new shooter, of course shes going to react to the huge explosion.
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Got it BB, FG it didn't look like she enjoyed it too much. Kinda look like my son first time he lit one off, without the sled!
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