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Thread: When and What was the First Gun you Shot

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    Not sure of model but .22lr bolt (only alowed to load single round at a time) in 1987.
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    22 at target sports

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    54 years ago..A Red Rider BB gun..then a Browning BL22 grade 1, I purchased about 45 years ago.
    The Red Rider is long gone..but the BL22 sit in my safe after all those years. Seen little use in the last 20 years, but it is time to get her out.

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    Uncle Charlies farm. Lever action .22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trigger'06 View Post
    Boy Scouts, early 70's, we were invited to an underground range in Surrey in an old building south of #10 HWY (Cadets?).
    First time I smelt the burnt powder I was hooked for life.I saved the cases for years. ( Funny, still save all my centerfire cases).
    Of course being a good Scout I had to enlist down the road.

    in scouts mid 80's we got invited to indoor military range behind what is now Ottawa City hall.

    We shot Lee Enfield's that had been converted to 22LR. The guys in ODG were VERY strict that we could NOT keep our brass. Each of us had to turn out our pockets and a few kids got caught.

    Wasn't my 1st time shooting but it was for a lot of my troop.

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    10 years old, SxS 12g Holland&Holland, one pheasant gave its life for me. Godspeed you stupid bird.

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    Nylon 66 in black/stainless I think. 22 rimfire. Awesome rifle.
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    Gevarm A3 in about 1985-86. It was my dadís rifle. Itís now mine. Will never get rid of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maifire View Post
    Army cadets. Enfield no. 7. In the basement of the city armoury. The smells....amazing memories.
    The second rifle I fired was the FNC1A1. My bar was set high early!
    this, but in reverse order!

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    A winchester pump .22 @ a shooting gallery in a circus in Toronto (Millwood Park) 1959.

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