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1st scored practice

Post by Brettitt41 on Mon Jan 27, 2014 5:32 pm

OK I decided today I was going to practice my blossoming shooting skills in match format. Not a full match but timed and scored by myself as opposed to my usual slow fire drill. All I can say is I have nowhere to go but up and consistency was my friend. I shot 2 rounds each of timed and rapid fire at 25 yards and scored 75 2X rimfire both times and 75 & 74 1X with the .45. I was really just happy to be out before this storm comes in. Work called and said come in packed for a week. Since it did not happen without pics, here you go my 1X .45. I can tell which ones I snatched the trigger on and I kinda sorta called them that way.


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Post by sixftunda on Mon Jan 27, 2014 9:27 pm

Ten shots on paper is always a good thing!  Nice shooting.  I could not zoom in on the ammo box.  What load are you using?
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Post by Brettitt41 on Mon Jan 27, 2014 11:07 pm

sixftunda wrote:Ten shots on paper is always a good thing!  Nice shooting.  I could not zoom in on the ammo box.  What load are you using?
200gn Missouri bullet LSWC over 4.2gn of Bullseye.

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Post by Bullseye10X on Tue Jan 28, 2014 3:45 am

The shots that placed low and left look like they're the result of you yanking the trigger. I do the same thing. Still good shooting though!

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