Moved to a new house, lots to do. But a big basement with lots of room for hobbies, reloading and shooting accessories are suddenly no problem!
I’ve joined a brand new and shiny ipsc club. Copenhagen practical shooters
Some of the best instructors and some of the prettiest students in DK 😀
I shoot a roedeer in the fall, pürsched in to around 45 meters and got it with a lung/heart shoot from my .357Mag Marlin.
She was DRT
That isn’t the important part of the story. The important part is that we then made “pulled roedeer” in that was marvelous!
The hind quarter was covered with a blanket of bacon and a marinade (how can a recipe beginning like that possibly be bad?) and slowcooked at 105¤C for 10 hours…
Just got my permit and two new moderators for my 22lr weapons. A sak and an ase utra. First impressions, the pricetag on the ase is a NOT a coincidence. It is in a class of its own! The first shot is as quiet as the following shots and they are very quiet! The sak is a bit loud on the first shot, but is rather good on the following shots, not as good as the ase though.
I will try to borrow equipment and measure the soundlevels.
Soundmoderators for firearms has finally been legalized in Denmark.
I have bought two for .22lr, a SAK and an Ase Utra, I will try to write up a comparison of the two when i have tested them side by side.
My wishlist has been updated with wishes for moderators for the rest of my calibers 😉
I have begun documenting my reloading efforts, I’m still rather new in this game, but it is a lot of fun. For now, my pet recipes are available (if you decide to try them, it is entirely your own responsibility !). I will try to describe my reloading methods and share all the beginner-mistakes I am bound to make.
I’ve started a reloading page. Pet loads and guntalk will follow.
My wife got me a Marlin 1895 45-70 gov, pictures might follow!
This would be fun for larger game and, hmmm, maybe not plinking, plOnking perhaps?
And in 45/70 gov. there won’t be much it can’t handle.