Author Topic: Some fair targets from bullseye practice today with the Kadet and 97B"E"  (Read 125 times)

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Offline Joe L

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Yesterday it was nearly 110F here.  Today, much cooler, very early this morning.  And the wind wasn't blowing more than 10 mph.  I took the P-10C but didn't shoot it, instead I shot 120 rounds through the Kadet and 50 through the 97B"E", with the bullseye specific trigger setup.  It was clear to me that I was rusty.  Struggled at 50 yards in the low 90's but got some good targets with each pistol at 25 yards, standing, single hand.  I need some more trigger time with the Kadet before I expend much more ammo with the 97.  My mind isn't up to speed for serious bullseye yet.  But, these two targets indicate that a clean target is possible.  If I keep practicing and keep working on mental things like focusing on fundamentals and not getting distracted by other people and video cameras and audio recorders. 

A great Father's Day diversion, since my sons are both tied up with THEIR kids (as they should be)  300 miles east and southeast of us this weekend. 

The guns are good, although the Kadet ramp and magazines need cleaninig. 

Shooter needs work.  Shooter can't hardly shoot heavy steel pistols with red dots on a relatively cool calm day. 

Video will finish uploading by 4:00pm CDT Sunday afternoon



Joe

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Offline Joe L

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Went back and checked my notes.  It had been 7 weeks since I last shot the 97.  I feel better about not being able to clean a target on Sunday.   :) :)

Joe
CZ-75B 9mm and Kadet, several SIG P226's, AR-15, Savage 308 bolt gun,

Offline HeinyO

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50 yards? One hand?  I'd say that's some pretty fine shooting.
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Offline Joe L

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50 yards? One hand?  I'd say that's some pretty fine shooting.

I wish!  I struggled at 50 yards, so I went to timed and rapid fire at 25 yards for the targets that I included in the video.  At a match we shoot 1/3 of the total targets at 50 and then 2/3 at 25 so we practice at both distances each trip to the range.  50 is tough. 

Joe
CZ-75B 9mm and Kadet, several SIG P226's, AR-15, Savage 308 bolt gun,