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Shoot that Target

With all the recent carnapping and non-stop news reports about different types of crimes happening left and right, it's really starting to get scary to live here. But don't get me wrong, I still love Pinas. But we all really should start doing something about this. Be vigilant people. Be alert. Keep safe.

With that thought (being alert etc etc) I remember a recent bonding activity I had with my brother and Papa over the holidays. I have a feeling what we did is a pretty unique activity to do on Christmas morning. Guess what we did???

Target shooting!

My Papa is a gun-club member for the last 2-3 years, I even had been attending several gunshows for the past years with him. He's an officer of the gunclub of our town in N. Ecija. He's in the process of putting up his own target-shooting range at the back of our house. And that's where we were this past Christmas morning.

On our way to the back part of the house.


Unfinished target-shooting spot...


The bullets...


The guns...


Gearing up...



The targets...


Us in action...


I have to admit that the first time I tried it.. it was pretty scary. The sound, the recoil, the pressure. So this time around, to make it more fun, we decided to make it a contest. And the end result was.... it was a tie! :D 6 all. :)

I still am not a super fan of guns. I firmly believe that a psych exam should be an added requirement before people get their permits for it. So people with guns, please be responsible. :)

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

Leda said…
holding a gun with nail polish pa haha! ... scary woman. hahaha!
kg said…
ok ka cza ha! ako hanggang airgun lang! he he!
The Manila Girl said…
Target shooting sounds like a really exciting hobby! I hope to try it (even just once!) someday. :-)
princess_dyanie said…
Pag nagkataon, ang taray na ng hobby mo teh! :D
Pansitlove said…
Hindi rin mahilig sa barl ang erpats mo noh, kaya siya nagtayo ng sariling shooting range? Hahaha!
Calvin said…
sweeettt!! you have your own shooting range!!
docgelo said…
if i am to add a phrase to your post, ill say, "don't ever mess with me or else i and my dad will shoot!"
Chyng said…
taray! i like! kaso mahal na pastime ^_^
Cza said…
@leda - yeah.. kikay shooter! :D
Cza said…
@kg and chyng - naku kung ako mismo gagastos sa hobby na to.. ayoko! ang mahal e. Pero fun activity sya. :)
Cza said…
@The Manila Girl - give it a try. :D
Cza said…
@princess_dyanie - teh! Mahal na hobby sya. :))
Cza said…
@Calvin - sweeeeeet! :P yeah.. maingay nga lang talaga. :D

@docgelo - correct! OR ELSE!!! :))

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