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Thread: Freestyle shooting at 25 yds revisited

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif View Post
    I'm in need of some advice. I've recently started seriously focusing on shooting bullseyes at 25 with my Glock 43, figure/hoping it'll help me with my full size guns. I can keep them, mostly, all in the black at about 18 yards, but once I get back to 25 yards I seem to average 75-80. This is all slow fire, not even thinking about speed yet. So my question is, should I just keep at it at 25 or go back to 18 and work my way back?
    This may sound counter intuitive, but how tight can you keep 10 shots at 7yds? On-demand, 95% of the time; not best ever. If it's not inside an inch, keep working trigger. If it is, you may be dealing with a vision thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASH556 View Post
    This may sound counter intuitive, but how tight can you keep 10 shots at 7yds? On-demand, 95% of the time; not best ever. If it's not inside an inch, keep working trigger. If it is, you may be dealing with a vision thing.
    I haven't tried but I honestly don't think I could keep them all in an inch. I started at 10 and once I could keep them all in the black I called that good enough and moved back. Should I reset and stay at 7 until I can do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif View Post
    I haven't tried but I honestly don't think I could keep them all in an inch. I started at 10 and once I could keep them all in the black I called that good enough and moved back. Should I reset and stay at 7 until I can do that?
    Yes. The black is 5.5". 5.5" at 10 is nowhere close to 5.5" at 25. For reference, I regularly shoot B8's in the 95-97 range with several 99's in the past couple weeks. In order to accomplish this, my 10yd groups are in the 2.5-3 inch range and my 7yd groups are inside an inch:



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    Quote Originally Posted by ASH556 View Post
    This may sound counter intuitive, but how tight can you keep 10 shots at 7yds? On-demand, 95% of the time; not best ever. If it's not inside an inch, keep working trigger. If it is, you may be dealing with a vision thing.
    Wait... I can cloverleaf at 5 yards all day long with a 1911, but I honestly don't know if I can do that well with an OEM Glock. Is that possible?

    For the record, this was at 10 yards, indoors and was 15 (or 17) shots: https://imgur.com/gm07Zyt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay585 View Post
    Wait... I can cloverleaf at 5 yards all day long with a 1911, but I honestly don't know if I can do that well with an OEM Glock. Is that possible?
    Yes?

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    B8 why do you treat me so...
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    97-3X. Glock 17 Gen 5. Dawson sights.

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    Had a spell of good luck today. 5 shots at 25 with the VP9. Not the best score, but I'm pleased as punch with the group.


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    Re-installed adjustable Dawson Tritiums on my G45. Zeroed at 7yds and then pushed out to 25 for these. In my post-range dryfire review, I think inconsistent grip pressure (trying to grip too hard and not being 100% consistent across the string) was the culprit today.

    In order as shot:



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    I realize this isn't 25 yards. It's somewhere inbetween 35 and 40 yards, actually.



    The 92 Compact is pretty easy to shoot at intermediate ranges like this. I really wish I had some steel of my own so I can stretch it to 100. All DA from the holster.
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