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CA.H20Fowl.Hunter

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  • Birthday 01/01/1910
  1. Our group had resi #5 for LDC today ... Of course the refuge closed due to storms. One of us had a backup resi for Sac NWR #53, not a good number but better than #1 in the lottery, 175 people entered Wednesdays lottery. Got out to a "side hole" blind, mostly a ringnecks pond. Hoped for more with the wind between 25-35 all morning, but birds have definately left the refuge and are in the Ag fields. 7 ducks and a snow between 3 hunters that hunted til 11am.
  2. Thanks to all those that posted their issues and solutions. It help me with my high shooting Vinci. Here's my story... I got my Vinci on 1/2/2010. I've done two POI patterning sessions. My Vinci has a "Point of Impact" (POI) 9" inches high at a 40 yard target using #2 steel waterfowl loads. Pellet counting calculated to a pattern of 75/25. I shot from a stable platform. Used both the Benelli IM choke and a Trulock PH IM choke - results were the same with both. The "Point of Aim" (POA) for my POI testing and calculations was the center of the bead with the vent-rib stra
  3. Hi HH, in reply to your 1st post. I got my Vinci on 1/2/2010. I've done two POI patterning sessions. My Vinci has a "Point of Impact" (POI) 9" inches high at a 40 yard target using #2 steel waterfowl loads. Pellet counting calculated to a pattern of 75/25. I shot from a stable platform. Used both the Benelli IM choke and a Trulock PH IM choke - results were the same with both. The "Point of Aim" (POA) for my POI testing and calculations was the center of the bead with the vent-rib straight and level, front and rear edges lined up, mid-bead dead center of muzzle bead. As
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