Start ‘em up
I tried embedding this video, but for some reason it won’t work for me.
So – go here - and listen at 19 seconds.
Posted by KrisinNewEnglandOn October 24th, 2009 under Humor.
Comment from Marine6
Time: October 24, 2009, 7:49 am
The first rule is that you MUST be smarter than the equipment you operate.
Comment from virgil xenophon
Time: October 24, 2009, 1:18 pm
Comment from SJBill
Time: October 25, 2009, 11:37 am
Presuming you are a Pats fan, I helped out in the background.
Hope you didn’t mind.
BTW, 21-7 at the half.
Comment from KrisinNewEngland
Time: October 25, 2009, 11:45 am
Bill – I always root for my home teams – even if I’m not a huge sports fan. Love the Pats – always have. Thank you so much for the tinkering – please…tell me HOW you did it!
Comment from SJBill
Time: October 25, 2009, 12:53 pm
Go to your post (via the dashboard). Select the “html side” of the edit window. I dropped in all the YouTube related EMBED html after your first sentence.
Q. Did you copy that line of code from the “EMBED” window or from the “URL” window?
After dropping in the EMBED code, I just updated the post.
It took me forever to learn it the first time, but our host was patient with me.
Comment from MaxDamage
Time: October 25, 2009, 8:04 pm
This is the reason I *never* shoot at steel targets except with the .22, and always wear eye protection.
Which, it’s amazing how many people don’t observe proper safety around things.
If you’re shooting steel, incline it so the bullet deflects into the ground below. Just a few degrees of incline is all it takes. When people are shooting steel at the public ranges in anticipation of deer or antelope season I almost always see the targets upright or even bent back a bit. One reason I purchased land in an isolated area, so I don’t need to frequent public ranges to get my cordite fix.
Comment from Kris, in New England
Time: October 26, 2009, 9:48 am
Bill – I was using the EMBED code, just tried putting it in the wrong place. Thank you again so much!
Max – you are so right (of course). My husband is part of a Saturday Tactical Shooting league and ocassionally they use steel targets as part of their scenarios. Those targets are always angled down – given that the majority of the league shoots 9mm or .45, it’s the safest way to go especially in the close quarters they use.
Comment from redc1c4
Time: December 31, 2009, 1:09 am
that’s nothing….. we were @ Club Bob, firing at a 25 meter range just off 101 when we heard a funny noise and looked up to see a cloud of dust.
a 155 round had hit funny further into the range complex and ricocheted over the hills and buried itself just to the north of our firing line. fortunately, the hit had also FUBARed the fuse.
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