A Little Gun Rap From Dan (Multi-Post) – Part 57

For all of the Shoot ‘N’ Plink™ followers and You Tube subscribers, Shoot ‘N’ Plink™ has just submitted a channel request on Full30. So, be watching for more news on this new channel. Also, I would appreciate some more subscribers for the Dan’s Fish ‘N’ Tales® You Tube channel, which is the home of the Shoot ‘N’ Plink™ videos.

While on the subject of subscribers, if anyone is interested in expert knife throwing, I would suggest subscribing to Adam Čeladín‘s channel and help him keep going with his fight against cancer.

Until next time, shoot safe, and have a great day of plinking.

I got a chance to fire a few rounds with my Browning 1911-22, using the Sightmark Firefield G5 green laser sight.

I was using it to plink empty Seafoam cans, and as usual I aimed at the red label area. The bullets seemed to hit right on target.

Then it got so cold with the wind chill that I could no longer feel the rounds to load them, and it was getting more difficult to do anything.

At least I got to see how it worked on the 1911, plus try out the Henry Repeating Arms ear protection. For those who were wondering, they worked pretty good. I also carried the ammo in my new Henry ammo box, which has room for 100 rounds of bulk ammo, and 100 rounds of 50-round boxed ammo.

Until next time, shoot safe and have a great day of plinking.

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Mark Millichamp just informed me that he has two sets of Illinois CCW classes coming up soon, and you have time to get set up for either one.

The dates are: February 23-24 and March 30-31.

As always, honorably discharged veterans only have to take the second day of the session, and shoot their qualification rounds.

Qualification is firing 10 rounds at each line of 5, 7 and 10 yards. You must score 70% (105 points) on a B27 target. A perfect score is 150 points.

The first day is firearms training, so if veterans want a refresher course, they can pay the full amount and take both days. The second day is CCW laws, and scenarios of what can happen.

Classes are held at E-Z Livin’ Inc. in Milan, IL, where you can get in touch with Todd Carnes at 309-787-2244, or by visiting the store. In fact, visiting Todd might be a good idea where he can show you some of the guns that he sells, plus archery equipment and fishing tackle. EZ Livin, is a full service outdoor sports store, and the only one in the Milan area.

You can also contact Mark Millichamp at 309-235-9619.

If you want to take an Illinois CCW class, I highly recommend Mark, as he is one of the best. He is also a NRA instructor, former military police, and Cowboy Shooter. Not to mention, a great all around person. These are classes that work great for women as well as men.


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