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Old 08-02-2013, 9:20 AM
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First coat of candy purple

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Why do I get the feeling that you may not be doing this for yourself?

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Old 08-02-2013, 3:06 PM
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That stock is coming out nice Chet. Different, but nice.

Going to be competing in both rifle classes next month.





Dialed in the last little bit at 60 paces, about 55 yards for me. Right group was first, left was .2 mil correction, and the last 5 shots are all in the bull. Shot from my back porch leaning on the rail.


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Old 08-02-2013, 6:07 PM
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Well I finished my Kimber
well kinda finished
painted it and didnt wait for it to totally dry before I put it in its guncase and the foam left imprints on one side so I will have to sand and re-paint one side
its OK it forces me to fix some other small mistakes
here it is

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and here is my other 82G
I recently installed a new Iris and clear globe inserts

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Well since the paint was messed up from putting it on my gun case before the paint fully dried I re-sanded it, re-painted it, fine sanded it, buffed and polished the stock and here are the pictures
its smooth as glass now

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Old 08-12-2013, 12:22 AM
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No 100 yard irons this time - Metcalf was very busy today. Also there were lots of kids. Much more than the previous 3 months.

60 seconds after a cease fire - a shot went off in the 100 yard range. It was almost comical to see everyone on the line in the entire range lean forward, look left, and do a "WTF?" like a synchronized Broadway act.

Shortly after, some moron shows up in the 50 yard range. Unpacks one rifle from a case in which the companion rifle is pointing the other way - quickly loads it up - fires off a few at the backstop - and finishes off with two rounds shot single-handed head high - no forward bracing. He then lets his buddy with Jello arms take it and shoot it several more times no sooner than his butt hits the bench seat.

Then the moron unpacks the other rifle already pointing at a 1/2 dozen of us - stares down its barrel for a second, then checks the receiver while pointing the rifle down the entire left half of the line - and then does a 90 degree sweep from Northwest to Southwest with his finger on the trigger. I duck behind the tree - gentleman in chair seeing the same slides several chairs over by the tree.

Of course, I informed the Range Master...they came out and had a word with the dudes.

If this keeps up - I'll be sticking with Chabot. The level of etiquette there is definitely higher.


50 Yard Irons - Henry AR-7 - Eley Target - Benched

Score = 55

I had a couple other good ones - but I've gotten into the habit of chatting with people - returning to the firing line - "Oops! Wrong target..."


25 Yard Irons - Henry AR-7 - Eley Target - Benched

Score = 125 [ACTUALLY SCORE = 133 - Upper Right Bull is a Touch 3 in the 5 Ring]

(Under Protest - Diagonal Center Targets Induce Visual Brain Artifact)

Same as above. Had another actually better target going - returned to firing line after a chat - "Oops! Wrong target..."

The "6" of the backstop below for this one was used as a "Zero" spot. Hence the strays at the bottom edge.


25 Yards Irons - Pistol - Sig Sauer Mosquito - Fiocchi HV - Free

Score = 29

I had one that was scored a "31". However, something weird happened. The Mosquito had already had 250 rounds put through it at Chabot. It was zeroed in quite well. Right about round 280 it suddenly decided to start shooting "6" inches to the right. And it did that all the way through to 310 rounds. I achieved this target by shooting at the left side of the page.

My original "31" got contaminated by the shift that occurred at round 280.

I discussed this with the Range Master. We're thinking that its quite possible that the Mosquito is not done getting broken in - that I may have to wait until 500-1000 rounds before it settles down.

What's your guys take?

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Old 08-12-2013, 8:14 AM
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I didn't check the whole thing but the upper right bull on the 25 yd rifle irons looks like it should be at least a 19 or 20, depends how the two on the left plug.

In general though, darn good groups for post and notch sights, especially on the 50 yard.
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I didn't check the whole thing but the upper right bull on the 25 yd rifle irons looks like it should be at least a 19 or 20, depends how the two on the left plug.

In general though, darn good groups for post and notch sights, especially on the 50 yard.
Simply lost track - missing round - never shot #3.

=8-(

...whoa wait a second. I just turned the paper over on the back...and there's a third hole - about half the size right smack in the middle of the other two indicating the right and left provided stress relief for the puncture - hence the smaller hole.

YEAH! 8 MORE POINTS!!! (Score = 133)

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Old 08-12-2013, 9:07 AM
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Henry AR-7 - Screw-on Barrel Take Down

Rear peep:

Cheap thin blade - vertical adjust only.


Front blade:

Cheap 2mm thick plastic. Poorly cut - slight bend upward to left. Right upper tip had rounded corner.

If you position eyes too close to peep - aim angle starts to float - but you see blade and target a lot better.

If you position eye too far back - groups become very tight - but it becomes very hard to see blade and target - so some groups will be on - some off.

I've come to the conclusion that with patience you can consistently get:

1/2" inch groups at 25 yards.
1" inch groups at 50 yards.
3-4" inch groups at 100 yards.

Using Eley Target / Wolf Match Extra with little or no wind.

Time to move on to the Savage Mark II which I've had for quite awhile. Gonna come up with some way to rebuild the rear peep and make a custom blade for the AR-7 and give her another whirl then.

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Old 08-16-2013, 5:07 PM
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I have a number of AR7 variants and they are more accurate than most people realize. My Henry AR7 has a real stiff trigger. Your groups are impressive for a stock Henry.

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Old 08-16-2013, 9:30 PM
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I have a number of AR7 variants and they are more accurate than most people realize. My Henry AR7 has a real stiff trigger. Your groups are impressive for a stock Henry.

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Stiff trigger - absolutely true.

So firm brace of rifle + firm 3 finger and thumb grip = essential.

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Old 08-19-2013, 5:38 PM
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Tried something new today. I haven't shot my Henry Frontier much since buying it except for occasional plinking. So today I used it to shoot the 25yd iron sight target from the bench using Eley Sport ammo (actually made by Aguila) just to see how I might do with a non-target rifle and $3 a box ammo. Learned a lot about the rifle and tang sight but mostly that the rifle wants to be held very firmly. Most of the not-so-good shots were a result of me not holding the rifle properly. I was surprised at how well this rifle shot. Gonna spend a lot more range time with it to improve my shooting and get used to the trigger pull which is somewhat heavier than my other rifles. I especially like that it doesn't require target grade ammo to shoot well. Most fun I have had in a while at the range.

Shot 4 targets but only posting the best one.

Scores were: 181, 188, 192 and 194.

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Tried something new today. I haven't shot my Henry Frontier much since buying it except for occasional plinking. So today I used it to shoot the 25yd iron sight target from the bench using Eley Sport ammo (actually made by Aguila) just to see how I might do with a non-target rifle and $3 a box ammo. Learned a lot about the rifle and tang sight but mostly that the rifle wants to be held very firmly. Most of the not-so-good shots were a result of me not holding the rifle properly. I was surprised at how well this rifle shot. Gonna spend a lot more range time with it to improve my shooting and get used to the trigger pull which is somewhat heavier than my other rifles. I especially like that it doesn't require target grade ammo to shoot well. Most fun I have had in a while at the range.

Shot 4 targets but only posting the best one.

Scores were: 181, 188, 192 and 194.

First the rifle.



25yd Iron Sight Target, Score -194

Looks alot like what I get with my very light Henry AR-7 w/ stiff trigger on a good day.

Firm bracing for every shot after 4 hours gets quite tiring...how long was the shooting session?

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Looks alot like what I get with my very light Henry AR-7 w/ stiff trigger on a good day.

Firm bracing for every shot after 4 hours gets quite tiring...how long was the shooting session?

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Shot for one hour. I think I can improve on this with some trigger time and more practice on the holding of the rifle. First time out with this rifle trying to shoot for precision instead of clay pidgeons and soda cans.
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Nice shooting, and what a beautiful gun! (I admit, I'm a sucker for lever guns.)

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Tried something new today. I haven't shot my Henry Frontier much since buying it except for occasional plinking. So today I used it to shoot the 25yd iron sight target from the bench using Eley Sport ammo (actually made by Aguila) just to see how I might do with a non-target rifle and $3 a box ammo. Learned a lot about the rifle and tang sight but mostly that the rifle wants to be held very firmly. Most of the not-so-good shots were a result of me not holding the rifle properly. I was surprised at how well this rifle shot. Gonna spend a lot more range time with it to improve my shooting and get used to the trigger pull which is somewhat heavier than my other rifles. I especially like that it doesn't require target grade ammo to shoot well. Most fun I have had in a while at the range.

Shot 4 targets but only posting the best one.

Scores were: 181, 188, 192 and 194.

First the rifle.



25yd Iron Sight Target, Score -194

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Tried the scoped 50-yard hostage target and managed a score of -2 the first time! I shot 4 of the 8 friendlies with a Sako Quad. Needless to say, I only tried that one once. We won't count that one. . .

Here's my fiirst attempt (8/6/13) at the 25-yard irons so my scoring might be a bit off. I picked up one of those scoring gauges from Hughes Precision for $6 shipped:

http://www.hughesprecision.com/HPP02...R_targets.html

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I really need to work on consistency. I scored it a 234 with the group bonuses:



Went back a few days later for a lower score of 232:




50-yard scoped. I scored it a 175 w/ the Hughes gauge. Hopefully I can do better with this setup in the future.

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Alright! Just finished my first time shooting the match targets. Had a lot of fun and looking forward to getting better as I go (hopefully!). I shot at United Sportsmen in Concord.

Using my 10/22 and iron sights (TechSights) I scored:

25yds: 142 (Aguila SuperExtra 40gr)
50yds: 51 (SK Standard Plus 40gr)

Take a look at my scoring to make sure I did it right. Some of the shots are close to to the lines, but I wasn't 100% sure how to score them. I have one grouping at 25yds that had 2 shots touching, so I added 2 points (right?)

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I tried shooting the 100yd target but couldn't even hit the paper . I guess I need a bit more practice at that.
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Cujo - good shooting. Where in the Central Valley are you? And where do you shoot at?

Jello - good job! I'm using the same setup.
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Cujo - good shooting. Where in the Central Valley are you? And where do you shoot at?

Jello - good job! I'm using the same setup.
I'm in the Bullard/Fig Garden area and a couple of us shoot at Lemoore Sportsmans Club and the Fresno Peace Officers Range.
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Managed to get out at lunch today for the 25 yd rifle distance. Going to try again next week with the pistol, but its been months since I've shot pistol so I'm not expecting to do well. 178 today with the 10/22 with tech sights and bulk Winchester ammo.



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I'm in the Bullard/Fig Garden area and a couple of us shoot at Lemoore Sportsmans Club and the Fresno Peace Officers Range.

How is the Lemoore range? I've never been there. I normally shoot at The Firing Line in Clovis, but I'm just about ready to join at the Auberry range. Sounds like if you and your friends were interested we could get a rotation set up at the various ranges in the area - I know most allow one guest per member. In any event, if you ever want to shoot over here on the east side of town let me know.
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Ok, I know this won't count since I already submitted my 25 yd target for the month, but I had to share because this is the best I've shot with this gun ever. I took my truck in to get smogged this morning and was told it was going to be a 2 hr wait, so I decided to walk up to the range to kill time while waiting. I didn't have any of the pistol targets printed out, so I had to practice on the rifle targets. Below is the result - 194, using a 10/22 with tech sights and bulk Winchester ammo. I know a 200 is reachable now.



I even was playing around a bit, I had taken the hostage target and enlarged it just a little, in an attempt to make it comparable to shooting scoped at 50 when using irons at 25. I didn't achieve that, couldn't even see the terrorist using the tech sights, had to go by where I "remembered" him to be, but this is the result of that. Unfortunately I did graze the hostage twice, but they would be flesh wounds only. .



In any event, I was quite pleased with the way I was shooting today, and had to share. . Thanks for indulging me.

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Ok, I know this won't count since I already submitted my 25 yd target for the month, but I had to share because this is the best I've shot with this gun ever. I took my truck in to get smogged this morning and was told it was going to be a 2 hr wait, so I decided to walk up to the range to kill time while waiting. I didn't have any of the pistol targets printed out, so I had to practice on the rifle targets. Below is the result - 194, using a 10/22 with tech sights and bulk Winchester ammo. I know a 200 is reachable now.



I even was playing around a bit, I had taken the hostage target and enlarged it just a little, in an attempt to make it comparable to shooting scoped at 50 when using irons at 25. I didn't achieve that, couldn't even see the terrorist using the tech sights, had to go by where I "remembered" him to be, but this is the result of that. Unfortunately I did graze the hostage twice, but they would be flesh wounds only. .



In any event, I was quite pleased with the way I was shooting today, and had to share. . Thanks for indulging me.
No limit I know of about posting multiple targets. Nice shooting.
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I scored this 50-yard scoped target a 180. The guy shooting next to me at a target at 25-yards managed to hit it 6 times (the shots on the right edge).

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Late entry, posted today but shot Friday 8/30. 8 targets shot, 4 brands of ammo. Hope no one gets butt hurt because I broke out the expensive ammo....it didn't seem to help.
I say if you got a thousand dollar rig, bring it.
Best score goes to Federal ultra match UM22 for a score of 194.
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I scored this 50-yard scoped target a 180. The guy shooting next to me at a target at 25-yards managed to hit it 6 times (the shots on the right edge).

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Looks like you mis-scored your target. The center dot is a 10 and the surrounding ring is also a 10, then 9, then 8, etc... Your score looks more like a 194. Nice shootin'.
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Hey guys, it's been probably a year since I was in here and participating, but I sold one of my favorite 22s and now I am just getting back into it. Last week I scored one of the last of the "Rusty Kimbers" so I took it to the range along with a few others. Luckily I remembered to look on here for some targets before I left. Here is what I did the first time shooting this Kimber. I think I might have screwed up on the scoring, as I did not know to add in 2 points for shots touching??

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Here's a pic of the three that came with me- the Kimber, the Ruger 10-22 and the Ruger MkIII Target with my new Ultradot 6 from Matchdot:



And here's the Kimber:

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That's some really good shooting. The summer match has already been scored out and closed, but the monthly matches are still going. Again, pretty nice shooting. You can find the September match here.

Welcome back, looking forward to seeing you in the match!

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