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Thread: Freestyle shooting at 25 yds revisited

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    I dunno if @GJM has any videos, I don't, but we just finished shooting a great match, a Colorado state. A.k.a Bighorn Classic. Besides an incredible scenery ...

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    ...there was a bunch of 30 yards targets. Fun but not funny.
    ďWell," said Pooh, "what I like best," and then he had to stop and think. Because although Eating Honey was a very good thing to do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than when you were, but he didn't know what it was called.

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    Itís not much, but hereís the best 25 yard slow fire group Iíve put up so far. Itís a 95 3x if Iím scoring it right, with two fliers that I knew were bad but couldnít accurately call.

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    25 yards DAO with my M9A1 w/ LTT trigger job and RDO, decocked between shots. Probably a little lazy with the support hand as POI is a little low compared to when firing single action.
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    Nothing impressive, but I felt pretty good about this group. First five rounds during a range session a few days ago, 25 meters not yards, cardboard target in front of a sand berm, cheap S&B bulk ammunition. Shot single action with my Beretta PX4 9mm, this range session brought the rounds fired this year count for this firearm past 500.

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    Pretty much exactly a 3" group.

    (It was a good day overall for me. Some of my draws from my 6005 were below 2 seconds, Mozambique Drills from the 8ish meter mark were darn close to 3 seconds... Like I said, nothing impressive by the forums standards, but for me it was a good day.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by That Guy View Post
    Nothing impressive, but I felt pretty good about this group. First five rounds during a range session a few days ago, 25 meters not yards, cardboard target in front of a sand berm, cheap S&B bulk ammunition. Shot single action with my Beretta PX4 9mm, this range session brought the rounds fired this year count for this firearm past 500.

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    Pretty much exactly a 3" group.

    (It was a good day overall for me. Some of my draws from my 6005 were below 2 seconds, Mozambique Drills from the 8ish meter mark were darn close to 3 seconds... Like I said, nothing impressive by the forums standards, but for me it was a good day.)
    Nice!!! Meters are a cruel mistress.
    As a man sows, so shall he reap.

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    Something completely different.

    25 yards shooting each shot as an R1 (ready, one shot). It's a variation of one of the stages of Kevin B's standard he calls The Practical.

    I shoot it often with 1911s and Glocks but yesterday it was with a couple of rimfires. A brand new S&W M&P Compact 22 and more to the point of the post, my 351C .22 magnum.

    OK, learnings akimbo. The gun tends to POI high anyway. On top of that is the phenom of small iron sights on a snubby and the visual tendency to try and see that front sight which often leads to seeing too much front post and ipso facto hitting high.
    With my old man close distance vision, this manifests strongly in me.

    I was trying put these into that 5x8 index card. FAIL. But I was pretty happy with the group and centered consistency. I MIKED the first try but then printed these in a time range of 1.85 - 2.75 seconds.

    This leetle j-frame has about an 18 lb trigger or some shit. But dang. I'm gonna shoot this some more.

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    As a man sows, so shall he reap.

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    Drug my last duty pistol out of the safe.

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    Spent a couple of hours training. Found no limit 9mm yesterday and needed to test it out.

    Regards.

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    Freestyle shooting at 25 yds revisited

    Shadow2 with new CGW 10x barrel bushing


    Shadow2 with OEM barrel bushing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clusterfrack View Post
    Shadow2 with new CGW 10x barrel bushing


    Shadow2 with OEM barrel bushing
    Oooooohhhhh.

    I should do that.
    Pointing at cardboard things.... CO GM, working on Open

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    Someone donated 250 rounds of .45 auto to a good home. Got to the range and had ONE b8rc.

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    Bounced some steel 8Ē plates before the heat got to me.

    Gotta drag my Gold Cup NM out in the near future.

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