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Old 04-07-2021, 11:10 PM
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I was given the opportunity to go shooting this morning, and I decided to go rain or shine. There were supposed to be showers throughout the day, and that's never stopped me before. But, just in case, I took two of my most durable, along with a blued RBH in .45 Colt, and it did sprinkle a little bit. So, it was a big-bore Wednesday, and here are the two of mine that I consider most impervious to rain:
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a day at the range beats working, even in the rain.
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Iím pretty low key on the damp days. Youíll probably find me dragging out a Glock and an AR.
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On those days I usually I just take my speargun.
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The trick is to keep them hot enough to keep the water boiling off. Shoot faster.
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Ohio has 6 or more state ranges with 25/50/100 yard ranges with covered covered shooting benches and covered areas for prone shooting, a few of those ranges have 200 yards also. I have shot in the pouring rain without getting rain on my guns.

Some of the shooting benches are wood and some are concrete tops on a "U" shaped pedestal! In cold weather I put a "MY Little Buddy" propane heater inside the "U". It keeps you very comfortable a 5 to 10 degrees F! Days like that you have the range pretty much to yourself!

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Good-looking revolvers! I have one of those 4.2" .44Mag Redhawks on my to-buy list.

The only other good thing about going to the range when it's raining is that there are usually fewer people to run their mouths.
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Good-looking revolvers! I have one of those 4.2" .44Mag Redhawks on my to-buy list.

The only other good thing about going to the range when it's raining is that there are usually fewer people to run their mouths.
Thanks!

These are the places I shoot- the first is for pistol and short-range rifle, the second is 100 yards, and I shoot rifle and handgun there. They are both about a half-hour away, only in opposite directions. I've never had to share either with anyone. And to anyone who wonders- yes, there's a hill just inside the treeline behind that first one!
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