Firearms

Vintage firearms, adding better sights to existing weapons, building working firearms and scratch-building projects

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Machine Tools / Welding

My ‘Man Cave’ is my garage. I put together a small machine shop consisting of a Lathe and a Milling Machine along with TIG, MIG and O/A welders. I design and build all kinds of stuff out there. Check out some of the projects I’m working on.

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RV PROJECTS

RV Toy Hauler Projects, Travel Trailers, Camping Trailer, Dodge Diesel, RV WiFi, RV Cellular

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April 2006

Woodcock Rifle Range Egg Shoot April 9, 2006 Well, what can I say..The “brave” showed up! Cold and windy was the order of the day. But, didn’t it feel great to get outdoors and be making noise again after the long winter hibernation? Let’s get right to the “tale of the tape”……. 200 Yards Factory

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October 2005

Ray Piche Memorial Egg Shoot 2005 Finale October 23, 2005 WOW! That’s the best way to describe what the Woodcock Rifle Range fraternity endured at the last Egg Shoot of the season. Talk about horrible conditions! All week long Randy Costa (Mr.Egg) and I conferred on the weather. It was not good. But to call

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October 2004

Ray Piche Memorial Egg Shoot Recap October 17,2004 Well, the shadows are getting longer and the Woodcock Rifle Range Egg Shoots come to a close with the Ray Piche Memorial Egg Shoot. This shoot turned out to be one of the most difficult of the season. The winds were blowing 10-15 mph with gusts of

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June 2004

CITY OF NEWBEDFORD, WOODCOCK RIFLE RANGE EGG SHOOT RECAP JUNE 13, 2004 This will be a down and dirty report. Summer’s here and there is lots to do!HANDGUN 100yds Roy Bertalotto took top honors shooting a vintage Remington XP-100 in 221 Fireball. He shot 15 eggs with 17 shots! Ron Maciel came in second shooting

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May 2004

WOODCOCK RIFLE RANGE EGG SHOOT RE-CAP MAY 9, 2004 By Randy Costa Well, we got another shoot under our belt! Although the rain threatened, it held off long enough to get most of the match completed. The “300 Yard Custom” rifle folks got a wee bit soggy, but everyone else faired pretty well.Conditions were cool,

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October 2003

Ray Piche 1st Annual Memorial EGG SHOOT October 19,2003 And a great day was had by all! Once again, our luck held out and the weatherman’s forecast for rain waited until just after the 300-yard folks stopped shooting. Don’t ya just love it when a plan comes together!Conditions were just about perfect for long range

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October 2002

EGG SHOOT RECAP Submitted By Jonathan WongEgg Shoot Update, October 27, 2002Some folks thought the shoot would be canceled due to the heavy down pour the day before. The weather for Sunday was perfect for shooting, sunny, windy, and a slight chill. Not a cloud to be seen. The range was drenched from the downpour

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September 2002

EGG SHOOT RECAP If you didn’t attend the Copicut Rifle Association Egg Shoot on September 8th, you missed some really great shooting! The weather once again participated and the boys were in a “scrambling” mode. This was the first shoot using the new rules and from what I heard from the shooters, they liked it

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June 2002

EGG SHOOT RECAP Filed by Randy Costa Copicut Rifle Associations second Egg Shoot of the year was yet another great event! The weather could not have been more perfect for scrambling eggs at 200 and 300 yards. A bit overcast, temperatures in the low 70s, and just a trace of wind. Actually, more of a

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August 2001

COPICUT RIFLE ASSOCIATION EGG SHOOT UPDATE Another just about perfect day for shooting! Temperature in the high 70s and just about no humidity. Wind was very constant at about 5 miles per hour. Great conditions for scrambling a few eggs!With conditions like this it’s not surprising the turnout was so great. We had 26 shooters

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