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Old 01-28-2011, 4:41 PM
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I dont see one, why not make one?

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I shot at 15 yards

the left target was better. Good enough but I think i can do better.


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You mean in less than half-an-hour? Impatient much? (lol)
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You mean in less than half-an-hour? Impatient much? (lol)
58 views, and it was near 24 hours.. look again!

As for the shooters above, very nice. Dot test, 3 yards?! I dont have anywhere to do that.
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58 views, and it was near 24 hours.. look again!

As for the shooters above, very nice. Dot test, 3 yards?! I dont have anywhere to do that.
Yeah, the dot torture is done at 3, then pushed back to 5. i've shot it at 5 with a 100% hit rate but don't have a photo of the target.
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Yeah, the dot torture is done at 3, then pushed back to 5. i've shot it at 5 with a 100% hit rate but don't have a photo of the target.
I thought we shot it at 5 yards in his class?
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Drill: http://pistol-training.com/drills/dot-torture
  • Dot 1 – Draw and fire one string of 5 rounds for best group. One hole if possible, total 5 rounds.
  • Dot 2 – Draw and fire 1 shot, holster and repeat X4, total 5 rounds.
  • Dots 3 & 4 – Draw and fire 1 shot on #3, then 1 shot on #4, holster and repeat X3, total 8 rounds.
  • Dot 5 – Draw and fire string of 5 rounds, strong hand only, total 5 rounds.
  • Dots 6 & 7 – Draw and fire 2 shots on #6, then 2 on #7, holster, repeat X4, total 16 rounds.
  • Dot 8 – From ready or retention, fire five shots, weak hand only, total 5 rounds
  • Dots 9 & 10 – Draw and fire 1 shot on #9, speed reload, fire 1 shot on #10, holster and repeat X3, total 6 rounds.

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12 yards, 2 hands isosceles, about 15 shots. Lucky string for me, for sure.
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Not sure the exact distance but at least 15-20 ft.. New gun and haven't been shooting in a while.. Not too bad. The shots on the left were with my G22 and on the right side those 3 were from a Hi Standard .22

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12 yards, 2 hands isosceles, about 15 shots. Lucky string for me, for sure.
Lucky or not thats still some good shooting
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As usually I shoot HG at distance from 10y and up to 25y
Sometimes better, sometimes not as I'd like to...

Just check attached pictures.

Sig Sauer P-6 - 15 y


Sig Sauer P-6 - 12 y


Tokarev TT-33 - 10 y


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Drill: http://pistol-training.com/drills/dot-torture
  • Dot 1 – Draw and fire one string of 5 rounds for best group. One hole if possible, total 5 rounds.
  • Dot 2 – Draw and fire 1 shot, holster and repeat X4, total 5 rounds.
  • Dots 3 & 4 – Draw and fire 1 shot on #3, then 1 shot on #4, holster and repeat X3, total 8 rounds.
  • Dot 5 – Draw and fire string of 5 rounds, strong hand only, total 5 rounds.
  • Dots 6 & 7 – Draw and fire 2 shots on #6, then 2 on #7, holster, repeat X4, total 16 rounds.
  • Dot 8 – From ready or retention, fire five shots, weak hand only, total 5 rounds
  • Dots 9 & 10 – Draw and fire 1 shot on #9, speed reload, fire 1 shot on #10, holster and repeat X3, total 6 rounds.


What a great excercise!
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What a great excercise!
I like that one too. One you see in courses a lot are ones with playing cards randomly on the target. You get x number of shots (depending on the type of game they decide you're playing) and you shoot against another shooter or group of shooters to see who gets the best hand. Can be used with handgun, rifles, and at long distances even precision rifles. Neat idea, only I don't gamble and don't know what makes a good poker hand for example. So even if I am on a roll and shoot really well I can still loose because somebody is a better card player. You also get the people who randomly get lucky. It is more for a self assesment and for fun than anything else. A nice trigger control drill to calm people down before working at speed again.

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I like that one two. One you see in courses a lot are ones with playing cards randomly on the target. You get x number of shots (depending on the type of game they decide you're playing) and you shoot against another shooter or group of shooters to see who gets the best hand. Can be used with handgun, rifles, and at long distances even precision rifles. Neat idea, only I don't gamble and don't know what makes a good poker hand for example. So even if I am on a roll and shoot really well I can still loose because somebody is a better card player. You also get the people who randomly get lucky. It is more for a self assesment and for fun than anything else. A nice trigger control drill to calm people down before working at speed again.
Someone watches a little to much SWAT.
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Someone watches a little to much SWAT.
While I see the similarity, it's not exactly the same as the way they did it in the movie. They have all the cards on one target and strategically positioned close together to make a screw up really hurt your score, rather than having individual cards stapled to a backstop and spread out across a large surface area. The way they did it in the movie is more about target aquisition within a scope than demonstrating how a slight lapse in fundamentals changes the end results. With the handgun version, the cards are very close together. So if your fundamentals are off, you could be aiming at at high card and accidentally end up hitting a very low card, all because you jerked the trigger. It is basically a trigger control drill with the added stress of competition thrown in. It spices up a potentially boring drill.

I still can't get over how few people post in here compared to how many post in the handgun, rifle and shotgun picture threads. This thread should be on post 4 million nine hundred and ninty-eight by now.

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What type of pencil/pen did you use for that^? jk haha.
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That was pure pistol shooting right there. I will confess it wasn't exactly what I was trying to do
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20yds


8 shot group (crappy 10rd glock mag), flier slightly off page, G26, 115gr Federal. Target is 4 man quadrant.
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is that at Iron Sights in So Cal? thats where I go (:
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Here's my wife's first target with my Rock Island Tactical @ about 10 yards. It was the first time I'd taken her shooting but obviously not the first time she had handled a 1911.



This is the first 18 rounds out of my new-to-me S&W M686 no dash. Big Dog magnum loads at 10 yards. The ragged hole is 12 rds SA & the surrounding 6 are DA.



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Was feeling fairly decent with my 1911 today at 7 yards. I usually suck with this gun compared to my CZ, even at 7 yards, but today was good.

‎8 shot group with my 1911 at 7 yards standing, no support. 1 flyer off to the right, the other 7 were all touching. 5.2gr Titegroup behind Berry's plated 200gr SWC, Federal primer, mixed brass.

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RIA 1911 tac 15 yards RWS ball ammo at 3 inch targets

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shot today with my M&P .40 cal. All one handed. 3 magazines with my right hand, and 1 off hand. I was surprised how on target I was, I'd never tried one handed before... about 1/2 way down range I'd guess 10-12 yrds..

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Got my HSC today, haha missed one --- felons never can own a handgun -- CHECK! make sure to never get a felony on my record.

here's my range target from today -- 3 magazines with my brothers H&K 9mm from 7 yards (approx)

been reading some of the posted techniques and i'm getting my speed between shots up while maintaining focus

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Had some fun with my SA loaded 1911 10 yards Remington 230gr.This was towards the end of the session and I was shooting my xdm,m&p, my friends sig p226 and another friends HK p30l so I was bit fatigued by the time I got to shoot my 1911 but still pretty satisfied with the results I noticed I'm bringing it in tighter everytime I shoot it.






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This was shot at Davis Street at 12.5 yards using a modified Weaver stance. Using my Les Baer Thunder Ranch Special as a platform, I shoot Hornady 230 grain HP/XTP over 5 grains of Winchester 231, set off by Winchester large pistol primers.

This pistol delivers much the same results, time after time, without fail.


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I have finally shot half-way decent enough to be able to post in this thread. Nothing amazing, but it's the cleanest grouping I've been able to put together since first shooting in February of this year. This was my last magazine of the day after shooting about 200 rounds.

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Looks like 1.75" group.
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5 Rounds @ 10 yards with my M&P9



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Nice shooting!!!

I don't take pictures of my shooting much. I haven't been happy with the results lately.

Here's a pic of a target I shot with 20 rounds at 7 yards with my M&P9L:



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Lets keep this thread going, and please discuss methods.
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