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Makin’ faces

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Not the final result... but a fair idea of how I blew 200 rounds today. One string of 6 cut a vertical line:
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I just noticed that the face is Bender's.

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Ha! Was out at a friend's lease the other day on some trails that hadn't been used in years. Had the 10/22 on the top of the Polaris. He asked me to mark the trail with a Smiley Face on the prickly pear cactus. Obliged at 50yds. Shooting stuff is fun.
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