Groups size and distance
Posted 05 February 2016 - 11:40 AM
Won't make any difference, with the deviation in OAL and bullet weight chances are his ammo will be less than accurate at 25 anyways. Add in high primers and light strikes, his match is a disaster good sight or not.
That sounds like a dumb rule. I can see the perfs on a 25yd target on a sunny day at my club so..
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Dipshit tard duckweed goat humper.
You're all a bunch of fucking idiots and retards!
Posted 05 February 2016 - 12:07 PM
Not during shooting. The only time I can see bullet holes while I'm shooting is when I just shot a target within 7yds.
If you can see the perforations on the 25 yard target while you are shooting it you may want to think about shifting your focus a little closer.
Or when I was much newer and used bullet holes to check whether I hit or not.
Deliberate, then obliterate.™
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Posted 08 February 2016 - 02:40 PM
This quote came to mind, and after watching the clip, is oddly appropriate.
There's an old guy that got me into competition shooting - they were running a pin shoot at my local range when I was planning to put holes in paper. He told me to stick around, enjoy getting my ass kicked, and comped my entry fee. My first time up he stood behind me, and after I missed my first two shots, yelled "DON'T USE THE FORCE! USE YOUR FUCKING SIGHTS".
Every time now when I'm in the zone, banging through a string of steel one-for-one with the dot or front sight bouncing from one to the next like the bouncing ball on a Disney singalong on crack, I feel like a fucking Jedi.
Posted 09 February 2016 - 09:47 AM
Pin shooting is good for trigger control, and more fun than dot drills.
What size are your dots and how far away are you putting them?
The pins in my desk drawer are about 1/4" and the pins in my wife's sewing drawer are even smaller.
Pin shooting doesn't sound like much fun, if you ask me, but trigger control would be essential if you wanna hit them, so you got me there!
Maybe you should make your dots a little bigger? Try drawing/printing them out with a 2" diameter and I'll bet you prefer shooting them instead!
He's just this guy... ya know?!
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