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    Site Supporter JM Campbell's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by HCM View Post
    So I traded into a thing:

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    Got it zeroed.

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    10 rd at 25y, the MSP logo is B-8 size. The 2020 grip texture is slicker then it looks. Needs stippling or grip tape, especially high up on the sides.

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    Added in SLR Rifle works mag well to the GEN five Glock 23. Ran 10-10-10 x3. The pinky support was not Comfortable but definitely helped control

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    Vintage H&R 999. CCI Mini Caps purchased at now defunct Cold Circle for $2.19 / 100 some 40 years ago..

    TPC diminishing dot target.

    5 yards

    Note hold point on 3" circle, made for a challenging hold over on the others.

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    Just because it "feels good", doesn't mean it's best.

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    Shot a local 2 stage steel match with my son.

    I decided to use the 40 year old stash of Winchester Super-X, and had my son use the CCISV.

    My choice was not good, as I had multiple failure to fire, and extract...which is not a winning strategy.

    My son on the other hand, only had 2 make up shots on the 50 targets.

    We were shooting the Ruger MKII, with Riton MPRD.

    Pretty sure he beat everyone.... little shit. Makes me proud.
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    Just because it "feels good", doesn't mean it's best.

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    Another 50 through the 3 Taurus 856, sighted in the NECG peep sight and old 2x22 Japanese Tasco pistol scope on the scout-ish CZ527 in 7.62x39, and dumped lots through the 3 S&W 63.

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    A chipmunk. Coming back from a grocery run, the little guy was sunning on the retaining wall. The retaining wall I have to maintain because of his tunnels and the woodchucks. Went inside, grabbed my Blue Streak, some of the lead mallets for it, discharged the low storage pressure, gave it a full compliment of pumps, loaded a pellet, pocketed the rest, took up position behind my chopping block where I had a safe backstop, and sent one across the yard, through the base of his skull, and into the neighbor's woods with a thock! letting me know the rodent hardly slowed it. Alvin tipped over, back leg kicking for fragged CNS, and heart pumped until empty:

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    I like those pellets. The 14.5 grain Benjamin cylindricals hit like the hammer of Thor and penetrate very well. May be overkill for chipmunk but after a problem chipmunk cull turned into a running mountainside gunbattle with my old Red Ryder a couple decades back, I won't be undergunned again.

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    My Son shot the metal stick/upright on my chronograph...... haha It still works though.

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    Old skool G26 went to the range today.

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    "Knowledge is good." Emil Faber, date unknown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason M View Post
    Old skool G26 went to the range today.

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    The G26 may be the coolest of all the Glocks.

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    Especially the Gen 3 and earlier...
    "Knowledge is good." Emil Faber, date unknown.

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    I made it to the range today and shot my S&W 3" M10-7. I'm really liking this gun. I went through 100 rounds of my RNL handloads shooting a mix of five-yard roundup and failure drills. I shot my two best five-yard roundup drills to date (98s), and the worst was a 93. One of these days I'll clean it.

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