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Most of his videos like this go viral, so it makes sense I suppose:

Pumpkins sure do make nice targets.  A few years back we loaded up my buddies trunk with some un-sold ones that were given to us the day after Halloween and had some fun at the range.

Any of you guys have evil plans for your pumpkins post Halloween?

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He does this every year for Halloween, this is his 4th:

He’s such a good shot, i’d like to seem him attempt it from further away.

Funny that he ended up with a double sided carved pumpkin.  Most soft and hard targets I’ve shot rarely have the bullet exiting anywhere near where it entered especially where there is crap in between the entry and exit like there is in a pumpkin.

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Richard Ryan’s voice is like nails on a chalkboard to my ears, but the video is cool:

Having a range on top of a mountain seems unsafe… what do I know though?

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From the guys at Armed Self Defense Institute (ASDI) in Utah:

The best is the “re-assembly” of the pumpkin (40 sec) after it was destroyed by .223 and birdshot. LOL

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