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I concur. Mr Gray is a legend... When I get over the initial purchase shock from my P210, I'm sending it his way for trigger work.
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I concur. Mr Gray is a legend... When I get over the initial purchase shock from my P210, I'm sending it his way for trigger work.
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Yeah, the P210 is one of my more attainable grail guns.
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Gen4 G19 with KKM barrel at 25 yards:

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Gen4 G19 with KKM barrel at 50 yards:

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This is the second magazine out of my new VP9 at 15yds. I'm stoked on this pistol

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Glock 41 offhand 15 yards USI in Concord today! Couldn't be more pleased. KKM barrel, Dawson sights, 200g. SNS casting LSWC over 4.3g. of Bullseye. Great combo.
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50* at a 6" Shoot-N-C set at 10 yards with the 92FS. There's always the one.



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HKVP9 at 15 yards. Really starting to like this gun.
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S&W M14-3 with Bo-Mar rib 6" barrel at 12 yards double action. Blazer 158 gr. LRN. I was pulling a bit to the right with that ammo.



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Not ashamed to show how much of a n00b I am shooting
Tonight was the first time I took my M&P 9 CORE 5-inch to the range since breaking it out of jail last week.

I went to The Gun Range in North Highlands as usual and it was nice and slow so I felt no pressure and took my time. I did not clean it before shooting, but I did put a couple drops of oil on the rails.

Shot at 7, 10, and 15 yards. At 7 and 10 yards I shot dirty WOLF military classic and at 15 yards I used Federal Range Target Practice white box. 50 shots each. On the 7yd target, I snuck in some shots with the Shield. Very pleased with the results overall.

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Clearly I need more practice but it was obvious that the gun is inherently accurate as hell. No optic yet, I am going to keep shooting it on the regular sights for a few months at least.

My only other impressions were that when dry firing and comparing to my shield, I thought the triggers felt the same, but when actually firing, the CORE trigger actually feels waaaay waaaay lighter and easier to pull.

In dry firing, the CORE trigger feels spongy and kind of awkward, but on the range I didn't notice that at all.

I also expected recoil to be a lot more. I always thought my Shield 9mm was fairly soft shooting, but after shooting the CORE, my Shield 9mm seems violent.

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Here is the Sig P238 on the left and the Walther PPKS by S&W on the right.

All shots at 7 yards.

From top to bottom the ammo was Blazer 95 gr. ball. Aguila 95 gr. ball and HPR 100 gr. ball.

From the Sig, top to bottom, 10 rounds of the Blazer, 15 of the Aguila and 15 of the HPR.

The Walther was 15 rounds of the Blazer, 15 of the Aguila and 15 of the HPR.



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I rented a Springfield 1911 9mm during their try it before you buy it a couple months ago. This was my first mag at 7 yards with any 1911. I really like that gun...obviously.
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Old 10-23-2014, 10:24 AM
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nice grouping.
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I rented a Springfield 1911 9mm during their try it before you buy it a couple months ago. This was my first mag at 7 yards with any 1911. I really like that gun...obviously.
Im thinking that you should own that 1911.
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S&W 500 Mag 4" barrel 350gr bullet with W296 at 15 yards.


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35 rounds of new Freedom 124-grain FMJ at seven yards out of the P320.

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CZ 75B/SA 9MM with a CGW Race Hammer,, adj. sear, 15lb. hammer spring, full floating trigger pin, Dawson Precision FO front sight, stock rear sight. All internals polished too the max.

These targets are printable targets 4 to a page. The goal is to have 5 shot groups within the center ring from 3 yds. to 10 yds. Each day I go to the range I start with 2 1/2 pages, 10 total targets 5 shots each. When I get 5 shots in the center ring I move the target stand back one yard. These targets did not happen in one day. If I am on it I might get 1 target per week that I would consider a keeper. Average is 30 5 shot groups per week. Next week will be at 7 yards. My loads are the best they can be and so is the gun. The rest is up to me. Some day's are better than others. All shots taken are standing with a two hand grip.
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The other week I picked up a Shield in 9mm, used but in very good condition from a friend. I took it out for some shooting the other day.

I hung some 2" bulls on the target and ran it to 8 yards out.

Below 14 rounds of 115 gr. Win. ball.



Here 16 rounds of Win. 124 gr. Win ammo also at 8 yards.



Below on the left 5 rounds of Win. 124 gr. NATO ball and on the right 10 rounds of Fed 147 gr. HST.



Various rounds below...



115 gr. Blazer ball at 12 yards.



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Good shooting those shield are pretty accurate for subcompact. Shot mine in .40 today at 7 yds. Other targets are glock 17 at 7 yds in yellow and 15 yds green target.
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Worked on getting used to new bifocals with mid-range lenses on top today, with the help of a Smith 586 and some .38 Special SWC, standing at 15 yards.




Clockwise from top left: started with a squint and single-action, then slowly acclimated and finished with a tighter group in double-action at top right. Had two left over, so I went back to the top left and added the two that touch with single-action.

Next time I'll work on those shifts to the right in double-action and left in single. I'm a lefty, so I likely need to get more finger around the trigger in double-action, and less in single.

A rifle lane opened up at that point, so I headed on over there to punch some holes in the center target.




This S&W 586 is still new to me, but I already feel that it rates as my "if you only had one handgun" choice. With revolvers, I'm more used to a Model 27 6" with a target trigger. This 586 has a 4" barrel and a smooth combat trigger. I like.




The middle target was punched by my new and newly sighted-in Remington 700CDL Left Hand in 30-06, from a bench at 100 yards.

I can use regular glasses with the scope, but am just now getting used to that cannon so barely got four out of five to touch the X-ring.

Not a handgun, but since I used the same target here you go:

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Aprox 15 yards, Slow fire, Standing. This is about my best so far
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Update: I think I am now officially accustomed to the new "competition bifocals", and the newish S&W 586. Best target, 30 seconds, 15 yards, double action, .38 Special LRN. Took a lot of relaxing, breathing, and squeezing. Iron sights r hard!

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Glock 41 + Dawson adjustable sights = pretty accurate

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bullet selection and load development, standing off hand at 25 yards with a 5 pound magnum research BFR in 460 S&W, no scope. 425-500 grain cast lead bullets going 1300-1400 fps. One of those targets might be the 300 grain bullet doing 2000 fps or the 200 grain jacketed bullet going over 2400 fps.







500 grain BPS is middle right, 425 grain RD is middle left next to the barnes bullet. easy to see why the RD punches cleaner holes. 220 grain 45 acp bullet on the far left for size comparison.

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this is my best recorded group. Shot rested at 100 yards with the RanchDog bullets above (still no scope):

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Bersa Thunder 380 at 10 yards using Fiocchi 95gr FMJ.

Bersa Thunder 380 at 10 yards using Fiocchi 95gr FMJ


Walther PPK at 10 yards using Fiocchi 95gr FMJ

Walther PPK at 10 yards using Fiocchi 95gr FMJ
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Glock 20SF 10mm, 5 shots at 7yd.
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My Witness 38 Super working up a load. Don't get to shoot it much because finding the brass is hard and replacing isn't as easy as more common cartridges. Trigger is different to what I'm used to but once I found the sweet spot it was nice. I finally got this thing to group with my loads. I want to say over the variety of calibers and handguns I have, this one is one of my favorite. 15 yards standing


15 yards standing. With this particular load, it would hit a bit low.

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Took the Heinie/Dawson combo off the P320 (just couldn't get it to zero, and didn't want to pay a premium to have Dawson make me the necessary height front post) and put the SigLites back on... and, now that they're actually centered, they're hitting right on point. First mag tonight of 124gr Freedom HP Reman - high shot was the first shot.

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Glock 20SF 10mm, 5 shots at 7yd.
Yeah that target is definitely a keeper
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Yeah that target is definitely a keeper
I've got a better one:

Glock 20SF 10mm, 5 shots at 15yd:

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CZ P-09 9mm, Night sights.
15 Yards, Standing, Slow fire, 10 rounds, 5.3" Target.
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Remington UMC 230gn through a Sig P220. 10 shots at 7 yards.



Will run it out to 25 yards next time and see what we can do.
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HK45, 10 shots at 10 yards. Damn flyer.
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I decided to shoot the P320 weak-handed for the first time, and was pleasantly surprised that I was able to keep it in the black. Ten at seven. Definitely need to practice shooting left-handed more often.
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Below is a BHP from about 1975, 9mm of course.

In the top pic it was 8 yards above and 10 yards below. CCI Blazer Brass ball ammo. 15 rounds in each 3" target.



Below, same gun same ammo at 20 yards off hand. 6" bull, 25 rounds, 3 misses.



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