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Post by Slo cat on 6/10/2011, 9:38 pm

First topic message reminder :

Now that we can share our photos, let's see your bullseye guns.

Here is my Keefer Custom, Aimpoint dot scope, with one of my better very best targets.



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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by chefmossy on 8/5/2012, 7:52 pm

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My Pistol buying problem
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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by armouredbear on 8/24/2012, 4:54 pm





clark longslide 1911 and slant-grip high standard supermatic citation 8" bbl "space gun," both built circa 1959.
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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by 230Ball on 8/29/2012, 8:26 pm

Armouredbear,
That's what I'm talkin' 'bout! Beautiful weapons... timeless and classic! Without doubt they can hold their own in any competition.

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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by armouredbear on 8/30/2012, 1:17 am

thanks! next time i'm in the same town as it, i'll send a picture of my grandfather's 14-2 SAO that he made master with. i doubt i'll ever shoot as well as he did (he used to shoot skeet from the hip - successfully even), but it gives me something to aim for!

and yeah, i like my guns blue and made of metal and wood (which reminds me i need to get some actual wooden grips for my HS...) Smile
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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by Jack H on 8/30/2012, 9:56 am

Same gun, two set ups




Another HS

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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by Larry Lang on 8/30/2012, 10:33 am

Nice guns, Jack.
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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by paperseeker on 10/24/2012, 7:00 am

Some very nice and expensive guns. Mine are cheap, with cheap red dots but, I enjoy it. I bought them to get started but, have plans to improve my equipment.

My Ruger 22/45

Target


My Ruger GP100

Target


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Feinwerkbau air pistol, Clark custom Hi Standard Supermatic Trophy and Hammerli SP-20

Post by dcleary on 11/9/2012, 8:33 pm

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All inherited from my dad who was a very good Bullseye shooter. I can only hope to be that good some day.

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Masaki Fire Dragon #6

Post by TF on 11/18/2012, 10:19 pm



Masaki Fire Dragon #6

Waiting on custom grips.

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Masaki Fire Dragon #6 Video

Post by TF on 11/21/2012, 8:47 pm

Masaki Fire Dragon slow motion sustained fire:

http://youtu.be/Q9KdbI2ly8Y

Real time video:

http://youtu.be/wrFRZr4Xpy8

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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by james r chapman on 12/28/2012, 9:00 pm

mine.

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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by sixftunda on 1/21/2013, 9:21 pm

Finally figured out how to post pics!
The High Standard was bought from a friend just a couple months before he passed away and has a Tasco Pro Point. I shot an 842 with it a few weeks ago at an indoor match.
The Springfield RO was bought from Joe Fobes. Shot a personal best 813 with it when it had iron sights. I installed the frame mount and the Aimpoint Micro this week.

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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by Krell1 on 2/8/2013, 10:14 am

I shoot a Giles .22 a Giles .45 and I also shoot a S&W Model 52. My favorite carry gun is my Model 60 snubbie.

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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by SMBeyer on 2/21/2013, 10:34 pm

Sixftunda,
I saw a set of grips like whats on your 45 the other day at a match. Who makes them? My gues is Nill. They look nice.
Scott
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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by David B on 2/23/2013, 10:54 pm

I was posting in the Trailboss thread and figured I'd introduce my new lead slinger too.
Story is that it's a 1913 manufacture, set up for BE in the 50s, shot in the 60s, and has been sitting since. Snug Micro bushing, trigger serrated and O/T screw added, front strap checkered a little, MSH checkered, neither very professional looking. Hammer looks like it was a wide spur and someone hacked the "wide" off of it. Top of slide is matte beadblasted. PO removed the Elliason Rollo sight (Anyone have one they might part with?) and had an 18# recoil spring and a shok-buff in it and was apparently shooting off the shelf ball ammo. The barrel hood had been welded and refitted, but a bit roughly, it's a bit rounded on the back, and I think the 18# spring was a bit much, and so the hood has battered the breechface some. Guide rod has a snub and spring in it ala Sprinco recoil reducer. Trigger break is clean, feels like about 3.5#. It had a small radius firing pin stop, not sure if that was original or not. It has been reblued, has a definite blue color, though it looks black in these pictures. Someone got a bit overzealous with the buffing wheel on the flats, but it's not too shabby.
I intend to play at bullseye with it, shooting light target loads, and will probably end up making some corrections and improvements.


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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by jscandale on 3/31/2013, 10:40 am

Question for those of you with 1911 slide mounted scopes: how does this effect the funtioning of the pistol? It seems like a lot of additional mass to move. Is a frame mounted optic considered any better or worse?

Thanks,
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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by Rob Kovach on 3/31/2013, 10:54 am

jscandale,
This topic has some other threads in the equipment sub forum. I will sum it up for you. The additional mass needs to be moved, and when you figure out what custom load you will be shooting, you need to install the correct recoil spring that works with that load. I'm partial to slide mount for a number of reasons, but this thread isn't an appropriate place for this discussion.
If you can't find those other threads, make a new post in the equipment discussion. That's how we keep things organized!
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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by jscandale on 3/31/2013, 3:57 pm

Sorry about going off topic...Here are the guns I intend on chasing a distinguished badge with.


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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by Bullseye10X on 7/22/2013, 1:54 am

My Ruger Mark III 22/45 Lite with a Bushnell TRS-25 red dot sight.  

With the exception of the Sam Lam bushing, this is stock gun that consistently shoots 1-1/2" groups at 25 yards from the bench.


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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by spursnguns on 7/22/2013, 3:27 pm

My Smith and Wesson M41; my favorite target pistol and what I use in our “iron sights” league.  Once the feed ramp was slightly polished and a lower rated recoil spring installed; it has never had a gun caused stoppage.  Dead accurate at fifty yards….
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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by dronning on 7/26/2013, 7:12 am

Here is my stable, Les Baer hardballer & a LB wadcutter w/Matchdot II, Marvel Unit 1 w/Matchdot II on my Colt Gold Cup NM lower and the Steyr.



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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by DavidR on 7/26/2013, 9:31 am

Nice!!!
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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by SMBeyer on 7/26/2013, 10:29 pm

Dronning,
Nice group!  Your doing pretty good in the toy department for shooting your first match 2 1/2 months ago. Enjoy them  

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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by dronning on 7/27/2013, 7:13 am

SMBeyer wrote:Dronning,
Nice group!  Your doing pretty good in the toy department for shooting your first match 2 1/2 months ago. Enjoy them  

Scott

Thanks Scott, I just retired last year and had saved up for a very nice fishing rig (20ft ProGuide with 200 Merc).  Common sense took hold and I started shooting HighPower last year instead, but due to an old neck injury acting up I had to switch to bullseye this spring.
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Re: Show Me Your Bullseye Pistols

Post by spursnguns on 7/29/2013, 5:29 pm

dronning wrote:
Thanks Scott, I just retired last year and had saved up for a very nice fishing rig (20ft ProGuide with 200 Merc).  Common sense took hold and I started shooting HighPower last year instead, but due to an old neck injury acting up I had to switch to bullseye this spring.

Nice collection!

How was the trigger on your National Match when you got it?  I recently bought one and while it was "at weight"; it was too rough and gritty to shoot well.  I had Greg Derr work on it and now it is great.

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