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Old 02-13-2015, 7:29 AM
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Wow! Impressive shooting in this bunch... I'm almost ashamed to include my pictures

Top target is my shield and bottom my SP2022 both in 9mm @ 7.5 yards



Then I got out my P220 and shot again from 7.5 yards. Top target is using both hands, bottom target is one handed (strong and weak hand)

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Old 02-14-2015, 7:24 AM
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I've been in US for 2 weeks on a business trip and went to Riverside shooting range. Borrowed a glock 17 and few targets.

First is mostly from 20m
Second is different ranges from 5 to 15
And Last one is about 5 to 6m. 4 rounds loaded and shoot as quickly as possible going from tope left to bottom right target. Than new mag with 4 rounds and repeated this 5 times.
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And these are from my 6" 45ACP Peter Stahl target pistol

25m, double handed




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Old 02-14-2015, 11:07 PM
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Borrowed this from my Instagram.

5 shots @ 15 yards, 2 holes with my Kimber

Pretty stoked on this

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Old 02-16-2015, 4:57 PM
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I've been in US for 2 weeks on a business trip and went to Riverside shooting range. Borrowed a glock 17 and few targets.

First is mostly from 20m
Second is different ranges from 5 to 15
And Last one is about 5 to 6m. 4 rounds loaded and shoot as quickly as possible going from tope left to bottom right target. Than new mag with 4 rounds and repeated this 5 times.
Welcome to the US; glad you got to sling some lead while on your trip!
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Old 02-19-2015, 5:06 PM
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Gurlyfran on the left, mine on the right, with HK45.

DAMN FLYERS.
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Old 02-19-2015, 6:42 PM
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In Dec. I picked up a used Glock 23 but did not have time to take it out till recently. I haven't shot a 23 for 11 years.

Anyways below it took me a bit to get used to the kick of the 165 gr. Win JFP at 10 yards.



I was a bit better with 180 gr. loads also at 10 yards.



The 180 gr. loads at 15 yards.



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Old 02-20-2015, 11:46 AM
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I got tired of the target, so aimed for the stand...LOL
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Old 02-23-2015, 10:44 AM
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Put the .45's away early to get to know the M9 a little better.


10 rounds at 7 yards. Beretta M9 with Federal 115gr.

Overall, I like it. The sights took some getting used to. Will run it out a little farther after I get more consistent with it.
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Old 02-27-2015, 3:33 PM
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back to back 5 round head shots groups at 15 yds with the G17 gen 4. Ive shot tighter groups at that distance but usually with a smaller POA.

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Old 02-27-2015, 8:02 PM
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686-4 from 10 yards PMC 125 gr. JSP. Single action above, rapid da below.



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G-19 Shooter,

What gun is that?

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Old 03-02-2015, 2:15 PM
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G-19 Shooter,



What gun is that?



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Sig Sauer P290RS


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Old 03-04-2015, 11:21 PM
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P320: First ten at seven yards.




P320: Forty or so at seven yards. Two-handed isoceles and weaver from both sides, one-handed isoceles from both sides, and right-handed bullseye.




Rental TRP and P320: 8 and 20, respectively, at 17 yards. I really want a TRP now, haha.

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Old 03-11-2015, 7:15 PM
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My FGW 4.25" shorty steel challenge gun 5 shots at 12 yards
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25 yards

1 hand bulls eye style

10 shots 45ACP my reloads



25 yards

2 hands (zeroing in new red dot)

10 shots 22 CCI

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Old 03-15-2015, 2:11 PM
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Top to bottom, left to right, the first 200 rounds from my Kahr. Targets 1-3 are at 7 yards, the 4th target is at 15 yards, all shots approximately 2 seconds apart par magazine.







It's certainly not a target pistol, and I'm still learning how to shoot properly, but for being stock, I'm very happy with it. No failures within the first 200 rounds.
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Old 03-17-2015, 8:48 PM
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I am better with a full size Glock than a baby Glock...but I still love it just the same. The shorter sight picture, shorter grip, and lighter overall package takes some getting used to.

First time shooting my Glock 26 9mm...


Glock 17 9mm results...the marks beyond the 9 ring are tears not hits...wish I could say the same of the Glock 26 target above.
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Old 04-18-2015, 7:43 PM
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Below is a Norinco the two targets shown were both shot at 10 yards. 15 rounds of 230 gr. ball per target.



Here a GI bring back Colt from 1946. Nickel plated some time long ago. Two targets at 10 yards, 15 rounds of 230 gr. ball a piece.





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20x Freedom 124-grain 9mm FMJ reloads at 8 or 9 yards. Thanks to SonOfWWIIDI for hooking it up with the target, haha.
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Infinity custom .40sw (not mine) owners target on the left, my target on right (5 shot group @ 15yd)

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Old 05-24-2015, 5:10 PM
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Below Shield at 10 yards. Blazer 115 gr. ball. Everything not in the black was me flinching.

30 rounds in the top, 15 rounds below.



A stock Colt Commander 30 rounds at 20 yards of RWS 230 gr. ball.



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Sig P226, 25 feet

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Old 06-09-2015, 1:59 PM
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^nicely done!

Took my Glock 30s out for the first time today. Very happy with it. I'm as accurate as I was with my 21 and the recoil is VERY manageable for a compact .45

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^^^ You do very well Sir, nice shooting, and thanks.
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Sig 226 or not that is great shooting for 25 feet, very nice!

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Sig 226 or not that is great shooting for 25 feet, very nice!
Thanks! I aim to please (pun intended).
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7 rounds out of my Glock 42 at 7yards. Stock trigger.


50 rounds out of my G19/RMR during my CCW re-qual. 5-12y or so.


50 rounds through my G17 during CCW qual. Same 5-12y as above.
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7 rounds out of my Glock 42 at 7yards. Stock trigger.


50 rounds out of my G19/RMR during my CCW re-qual. 5-12y or so.


50 rounds through my G17 during CCW qual. Same 5-12y as above.
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The 1st 100 rounds through my TRP @ 15 yards:

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The 1st 100 rounds through my new EMP (9MM) @ 15 yards:

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I dig the paper plate target. Seriously...very thrifty. Perfect size, round like a bullseye, and probably a fraction of the cost of a target.

Very nice shooting too.
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I dig the paper plate target. Seriously...very thrifty. Perfect size, round like a bullseye, and probably a fraction of the cost of a target.

Very nice shooting too.
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Here is my most recent outing at USI in Concord. Les Baer TRS, offhand at 15 yards. 4.5 grains of Bullseye under a 200g. polymer coated LSWC.

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I dig the paper plate target. Seriously...very thrifty. Perfect size, round like a bullseye, and probably a fraction of the cost of a target.

Very nice shooting too.
Thrifty is why I got them! I do a lot of shooting so it just makes sense. I get the stickers from Amazon here - http://www.amazon.com/Round-Black-Co...stickers+black

I think between the stickers and the paper plates, it comes out to something like .03 per target.
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Here is my most recent outing at USI in Concord. Les Baer TRS, offhand at 15 yards. 4.5 grains of Bullseye under a 200g. polymer coated LSWC.
Nice shooting :thumbups:

There's only one person I've seen at USI shoot like that, we might have crossed paths there and talked reloading a bit. I remember he had a Baer, but it didn't have the forward cocking serrations.
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Nice shooting :thumbups:

There's only one person I've seen at USI shoot like that, we might have crossed paths there and talked reloading a bit. I remember he had a Baer, but it didn't have the forward cocking serrations.
This one?


That is my Permier II, 25 yards offhand as well. That is a tack driver.
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This one?

That is my Permier II, 25 yards offhand as well. That is a tack driver.
That's got to be the one. I'm not ashamed to admit seeing your targets made me want to try harder and push myself. Great to see someone with a really nice 1911 making jagged holes in targets at will

Also thanks again for the reloading tips. I didn't have as much luck with SWC in my Kimber, but I found a mild load with 230gr RN it seems to really love. I'll give the SWC bullets a try again at some point

I posted this here somewhere, but this was at USI on the 15 yard line. Have a ways to go to be as consistent, but I was pretty proud of these 5 shots:

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