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Jon Ramsey

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About Jon Ramsey

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  • Birthday 05/13/1976

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    St. Mary\'s Co. Maryland
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    Skeet, Sporting clays, RC Airplanes
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    IT Professional
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  1. I've done a few turkey shoots, but I wasn't really setup for it. I was using my clay gun, since I don't own a turkey gun. I found out real quick that some of those people take it way to serious. I wouldn't do it again without buying a scope and patterning my gun. Maybe I'll setup my old Winchester 1300 for turky shoots, since I don't use it for anything else these days.
  2. This is a brief poll to see how others here on the forum use their shotguns the most. [ 10-21-2005, 09:01 AM: Message edited by: Jon Ramsey ]
  3. Telling someone what the correct lengh or type of gun for them should be, is like telling them what the corret shape and deminsions of their body should be. It just has to fit and feel right for you, and only you can decide what fits and feels right for you.
  4. I bought one of these magnetic sights for my 712 Raptor and was very disapointed with it. The sight creaps backwards with the recoil of each shot. after about 3 shots, it's creaped back far enough that the gas being ported from the barrel porting blows the sight right off the rib. Lesson: Don't try to use these with ported barrels. [ 08-09-2005, 08:24 AM: Message edited by: Jon Ramsey ]
  5. Now I don't care who you are, that there was funny. [ 07-25-2005, 09:48 AM: Message edited by: Jon Ramsey ]
  6. That's what I said. I was about to order one as a replacement part for my 712 Raptor, untill I found out it was just a synth stock with a dip job. Pretty cheese dick manuver on Benelli's & Franchi's part. Hey Nelli Girl, tell them that if they make a real one we will buy it. The voice said: "If you build it, they will come." [ 07-25-2005, 09:43 AM: Message edited by: Jon Ramsey ]
  7. You all suck for even having this argument!!! For the record I don't shoot ducks, or any birds for that matter. I have 2 parrots at home that call me me daddy, ask to be let out of their cages when I get home from work, they're both potty trained, and they love to be petted and played with. Some how I don't think I could look either of them in the eye after shooting a bird. I feel bad enough bringing home a bucket of KFC. However, I bet Robo Duck would make a great target for target pratice. [ 06-29-2005, 12:31 PM: Message edited by: Jon Ra
  8. We play a similar game, sometimes for money. Get about 5 or so, guys to stand on the farthest trap line as close together as is reasonable to still have room to shoot. (i.e. not spread out on the 5 normal shooting stations) We then toss 1 target, the #1 guy shoots it if he hits it the #2 guy shoots the next target, and so on. Anytime a shooter misses their target the next shooter can try to break it before it hits the ground. If you miss and the next shooter hits your target your out. If #1 misses his target, and #2 shoots and misses, #3 can shoot at it. If #3 hits it #2 is out, and #4
  9. Hmmm... This is a puzzler. Does it have any coloration to it? Maybe the barrel was over heated by prolonged rapid fire. Over heating will often cause a bluish discoloration, or a spot that seems to have a rainbow colored band around it. Is it a ring that goes around the barrel or is it a spot on one side of the barrel? Where inside the barrel is the spot? Near the muzzle or closer to the breach? Is it directly in front of the forcing cone? If so could be someone tried to shoot a 3½” shell in a 3” chamber. Better check for a bulge in the barrel. You’ll need a good carpenter
  10. Is this stain on the inside or outside of the barrel? If it's on the outside, what sort of finish does it have? (blued, parkerized, cameo) A picture would be very helpful. Perhaps a water spot, if so the only way to get rid of it would be to use steel wool and then reblue the spot in question, but it's hard to match factory bluing.
  11. Well those are solvents, not oils...... I use good old hoppes #9 to clean my barrel and chokes, along with a bronze brush. (bronze won't scratch steel because it's softer than steel) Then I spray my freshly cleaned chokes with Rem-Oil, and store them in either a choke case or tube untill I'm ready yo use them. The barrell also gets a protective coating of Rem-Oil applied via a wool mop.
  12. Alright If you mean what I think you mean "it's not fitt'n to be said" children could read that later! was that really necessary? If that is not what you meant than I am sincerely sorry and pretend that the text isn't really there. Ummm..... Ok. I'm not sure what you think I meant. But If I meant what you think I meant then I apologize, as it was not my intent to offend..... However! If what you thought I meant is in fact not what I meant, and what I actually meant was something else entirely, then we should both pretend that this entire conversation never took place. Know what I
  13. hmmm.... I'll have to check on that. I've been using it for years, no 3 alarm fires yet. A normal day at the range for me is anywhere between 100 to 300 rounds. I don't put it in dripping wet though, just a film to protech it from rust and from seizing in the barrel.
  14. Your wife sounds just like my mom. As for me I just got a new semi-auto 12 gauge for my wife..... It was the best trade I ever made. Seriously, my wife has all most as many shotguns as I do. [ 04-27-2005, 10:19 AM: Message edited by: Jon Ramsey ]
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