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Old 09-03-2012, 11:11 PM
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Shot this tiny target at 10 yards with my Bear Custom Premier II. 5 shot string.

There are two "flyers". Should of opted for the 1.5" package.

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Old 09-13-2012, 1:06 AM
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25' with my sig p220 equinox
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Old 09-13-2012, 1:35 AM
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175 rds @ 15 yds mostly rapid fire. with a CZ 75 SP-01 Shadow Custom 9mm
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Group on right was on purpose.
Even still I had some screwups pushing myself for quicker follow up shots. It sure gets harder tracking that front sight when things speed up. When I felt accuracy slipping a bit. I just dialed it back till I was comfy again and could see the sights clearer. Guess it just takes time.
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Old 09-14-2012, 8:41 PM
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I think that there might be something wrong with my sights. 22 yardsImageUploadedByTapatalk1347684099.233915.jpg
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Old 09-25-2012, 9:14 AM
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Six shots of .357 magnum at ten yards with the Dan Wesson:
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Old 10-14-2012, 9:56 PM
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After a couple month break made it back to the range. Need to go more often.

Glock 17 9mm 15 yards.

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Old 10-15-2012, 11:51 AM
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10-12yrds .45acp Kimber Tactical Pro II
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Old 10-31-2012, 5:11 PM
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FN Herstal FNS-9 at 8 yards




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Old 11-18-2012, 10:16 PM
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I'm a new shooter. Been shooting a little over a month at the time of this shot. Each line on target is 1".

Pistol: Springfield Armory 1911 Loaded .45 ACP

Ammo: Federal 230 grain FMJ (Wal Mart special)

Distance: 10 Yards

Stance: Modified Goober
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Old 12-03-2012, 7:43 PM
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My CCW test at Front Sight last month, all from holster. Pretty much rapid fired it. :-)

3 rounds at 3 yards
12 rounds at 5 yards
12 rounds at 7 yards

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7 yards, 8 shots
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Old 12-30-2012, 2:43 AM
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SIG 226 40 S&W. Sig custom shop SRT and polish. Target on right is Federal 165gr loads and target on left is from my reloads.

Distance was 7 yards with 10 round in each 5.5" bull target.

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Old 01-03-2013, 11:19 AM
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Sig 229 @ 7 yards 3 shots double action
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Old 01-08-2013, 6:03 PM
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Thank for starting this thread. I guess I am not that bad of a shot. I generally don't keep my targets but I will and post them the next time. Looks like I rank right up there with everyone else.
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Old 01-15-2013, 6:51 PM
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S&W 396 in 44 Spl. 5 shot 21 ounce gun. Below is at 8 yards, da, Speer Gold Dot, 200 gr.





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Old 01-17-2013, 8:04 PM
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M&P9 w. Trijicon HD sights, 10 shots 7 yards.



M&P really likes Winchester 124gr NATO

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Old 01-17-2013, 11:13 PM
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25 yards braced against a vehicle door. 230 gr. Win. jhp. Colt GM.



15 yards off hand, same gun. American Eagle 230 fmj.



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All 3 groups 2 10yrds. Beretta Px4 9mm. 115gr. FMJ Federal.



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Old 02-01-2013, 12:46 PM
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This is a BHP from about 1986. A target version of the gun, same as the fixed sight version except for the type II sights. I'm about an average shooter. This group was shot with 25 rounds of Federal 115 gr. ball ammo at 25 yards from a Weaver stance. The gun will do better but this is average for the shooter unless I use a rest.





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Old 02-01-2013, 4:01 PM
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25 Feet, S&W 539 offhand.
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Old 02-18-2013, 6:00 PM
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My Sig Scorpion Carry 1911 at 20 feet. 45 ACP 200gr SWC with 6.3gr unique.

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25 mph winds out in the desert just the other day. Me and my wife always have a blast out there. Here is my wife shooting the Glock 35 .40 cal.
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Can't shoot much these days since ammo is so tough to replace

USP45F, 50 rounds @ 12.5yds
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Another 10 round group with the USP at 12.5yds
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50 rounds. 12 yards. Glad I didn't sell this gun. Amazing what a little tweak to your grip can do.
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Hi all,
I purchased my first hand gun,an H&K USP .40 and added the UTL.

Anyway, last sat I shot it for the first time. Earlier that day I took a basic hand gun safety class. Watched some YouTube videos and read some threads here (things like sight picture, proper grip and trigger pull)
This was at 21'. Upper group was basic range ammo (can't remember exactly what it was, PCM?), lower group was 185g Hollow point. I wanted to see how the two rounds behaved.

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CZ SP-01 from 8 yards offhand 5 shots per pic:








11 yards offhand and I took my time:



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My first try at shooting right handed...

G19 w/ Meprolight Sights
115gr Berry's Plated Bullets
4.5gr W231
CCI SPP

7.5 yds for both targets

Left target is RH w/ Left Eye : Right target is RH w/ Right eye (4 mags each)



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noone shoots past 25 yards?

50 yards, 460 S&W, 540 grain bullet, wasn't trying, I let the sandbag sag:


Best group at 100 yards, <3 inches, 425 grain bullet.


sandbags, no magnified optics.

Whatever you think about a rested gun, grip and consistency is still critical. It WILL show up in group size. Just like offhand shooting.

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I picked up a classic midcentury midrange Bullseye pistol at Eddy's last week.

First 5 shots: 2 to get to know her, then 3 in the eye! It got better from there.
This one definitely more accurate than I'll ever be.

This is a S&W Model 52-2. More about this gun here:
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First ten rounds w/ my new to me Glock 17. Target at 10yrds.
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did this the other day at 50 yards with 740 grain bullets. Each bullet is a 45 caliber cylinder of lead 1.6 inches long.



Ever shoot a 740 grain bullet out of a pistol? I wouldn't want to be the tyrannosaur on the other end. If I can't kill it with 3700 grains of lead I have no business shooting...at.. it?
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200 rounds, HK45C 7, 10, and 15 yard lines. Variable Pace, reloads, etc.

Slow fire is boring to me now though---I wanna go fast!
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All original 1st Gen Glock 17 except for all black Warren Sevigny Competition sights. 70 rounds at 7 yards:


All stock 4th Gen Glock 19 except for Ameriglo Hack sights. 70 rounds at 7 yards:


I haven't been to the range in quite some time and need more practice.
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Dot Torture:

50/50 clean at 3 yards:



49/50 at 5 yards:

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THREE yards??

What, do you have 10 seconds to put all those rounds downrange?
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I picked up a new to me gun the other day and took it to an indoor range to give it a whirl. I brought some factory ammo with me, nothing fancy. And a couple of sets of stocks to try out on it.

Gun is a S&W 24-3 in 44 Spl. 6 1/2" barrel. From a run of 7500 they did in 1984-84.

I'm a run of the mill shot who always fights a flinch so the gun is much better than I am, which is usually the case.

Here are two groups both shot at about 12 yards. Weaver stance. On the left 12 rounds of Speer 200 gr. GDHP. Out of every 44 Spl. I own this is an accurate round.

On the right 18 rounds of Winchester 246 gr. LRN.

I did not adjust the sights for the different weight bullets. Just aimed a bit higher for the lighter.



Flyers were my fault. A better shot coulda had one hole.



Here also are two groups shot with the light loaded Magtech 240 gr. LFN, again at 12 yards.



A good gun. I need to get it over a rest and a good reload.

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