Like most kids growing up in the ‘50s, we didn’t have much money to buy shotgun shells or the clay targets needed to practice. Dad bought a clay target thrower and a box of targets, but only one box of shotgun shells for me to practice with.

What was left out of the box of 25, I was expected to use to hunt rabbits, squirrels and grouse, if I ever saw one.

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