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PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2007 7:02 pm 
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Sighted in my Knight DISC rifle today with the Jim Shockey's Gold sticks(pelleted form). Absolutely no smell to the product after it's fired,I'm used to Pyrodex which stinks like rotten eggs.1 dry patch through the barrel and it looks spotless.I cleaned it more thoroughly anyways.Really pleased with the product.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2007 8:00 pm 
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Driller , Glad to hear you're pleased with the product , :bigtup:

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Sounds good Driller!

Good luck with it this season...

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 1:59 am 
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Shot a deer today with the Jim Shockey's Gold sticks,loaded my Knight DISC using them on Monday and today(Saturday)it worked perfectly.

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Congratulation!
Do you already have rifle season or was it a special hunt?

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Driller, Congrats on the Deer ,

was the deer a doe or buck ?

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No we don't have rifle season yet,we've got a three week muzzleloading season first t,then the reg. rifle season.Sorry,no pictures.The deer I shot was a dry doe.I don't like to eat a whole lot of venison so usually I donate my muzzleloader deer to a food bank(I process it first),so since I got a chance on a doe first I decided to take it.


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The Driller, nice thought to give the vension to a food bank ,

good luck on the coming hunt !

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