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Nice work Richard! I need to shoot this one again...I'm determined to shoot it clean.
 
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It’s hard to use my timer at my range. I’ll try Sunday morning, hopefully all he other shooters will still be in church, at Cracker Barrel or too hung over to go to the range. This one sounded pretty easy, until I read about the back & forth between targets.
 
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David, if you don t see me, I' m at Cracker Barrel drinking pots of coffee trying to sober up before Church. Maybe.
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Here I am, trying to be serious, and you make a joke out of it. Enjoy your breakfast!
 
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Well, I'm working all day, so no church, no drinking, and worst of all no range time! lol
 
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I guess that you need to learn some priorities.
 
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I guess that you need to learn some priorities.


Lol I don't disagree. I actually tried to get to the range for a bit with one of the county instructors, but I found a crashed and abandoned car by the golf course first thing (gifts from night shift), and then it was all down hill from there. Dealt with four separate mental cases in 12 hours, on a Sunday no less. Thankfully this was my "Friday", so I get the next two off.
 
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WOW!
 
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Shot it this morning with my new-to-me basket-case surplus P228. Managed a couple of clean runs, this one was the best at right around 15.8 seconds.

 
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Good eye, 92fstech!


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Nice shooting fstech!

I shot this one with my S&W M&P 2.0 9mm. Time was 18.0. At 30' I couldn't see the lines very well, but I new the area that was safe. I honestly don't know if any shots went through and hit the robot.

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I shot this one with my Sig P-320 9mm. Time was 19.47
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Nice shooting, David!
 
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Yes, indeed, this match is working out well! Big Grin


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This is one of my favorites so far. Realistic expirations on the target. A time limit that pushed me a little and I like the side by side, back & forth. Thirty feet is a good distance for me, especially with my astigmatism. It turns the red dot into a squigely line.

I saw one recently with squares and rectangles, each with a number 1-4. They weren’t in order. It was a side by side like this one, and you had to shoot each number with that many shots. I don’t remember if you had to go by numerical order or not, but you had to change mags at some point. A time limit would need to be figured out by shooting it a few times before posting it online.

I shoot enough bulls eyes on my own. They’re ok, but something like the current challenge is a lot more fun, and still good practice.
 
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I thought this particular target, posted side by side, with a time limit would add insecurity to target identification and a bit of time urgency, given the restraints of online static target availability.

I once gut-shot an innocent (actor) in a Simunitions Force on Force training session a convenience store scenario.

The instructor/actor was very theatrical and good at it. In the days following, I seriously considered giving up my CCW and practice of carrying a firearm, but came to a better reality.


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Yep. It definitely brings it home when you're dealing with real people and have a realization of the consequences of even small mistakes. IMO it's good to have to process that, though. It builds a healthy sense of reality and responsibility...and an appreciation for why we need to train!
 
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David, it looks like you took the win on this one with a pair of clean targets. Congrats and nice shooting, sir! What do you want to do next?
 
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Targets 9:15:23 by David Garlikov, on Flickr

These are from last Friday at the outside range. Shot with my P-365. I'm glad that this wasn't my entry, because my gun wasn't shooting straight. Ignore the "left/right" comments I got them backwards.
 
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my gun wasn't shooting straight


I've used that excuse before, too! Razz Wink
 
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Pool Balls by David Garlikov, on Flickr

What I'm thinking is; with two magazines, one with 7 rounds and one with 8. With timer set, from 10 feet, shoot all 15 balls in numerical order. Shooting a ball out of order must receive a second shot immediately and adds 5 seconds to your time. The link to the target is https://1drv.ms/i/s!AhwTrR06C2...sWEU8M6DWdO?e=wY37SH Be sure to print it in Landscape. Time is the only thing I'm looking for.

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