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Well. I didn't shoot my eye out.
I forgot how touchy I have my trigger set up, but I still hit the yellow,, just a lil high.
I am out of summer time patches and only have my winter ones. They are green and are hard to see in the green grass, but my patch lube from last year is still good. The patches are holding up. That is why I am hitting my target.
 

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Well. I didn't shoot my eye out.
I forgot how touchy I have my trigger set up, but I still hit the yellow,, just a lil high.
I am out of summer time patches and only have my winter ones. They are green and are hard to see in the green grass, but my patch lube from last year is still good. The patches are holding up. That is why I am hitting my target.
Wow Hobbles you had me worried there for a second about almost shooting your eye out until I read your complete post. Not sure about the statement "summer time patches and your winter ones", think I will have to call my son about that since his first gun was a 50 caliber black powder rifle. He belonged to a black powder shooting club in Fort Worth and they had shooting meets all the time. It was amazing how they could hit their targets.

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Mornin Tony,
I dye my winter patches green (food coloring) so I can find them in the snow and when the grass is brown. I usually dye my summer patches yellow or red. If a patch burns through, the ball won't fly straight. So I always like to check them out after they're shot.
 
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