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Fun shooting an asprin with a 22 cal @ 22 feet

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by vsorrentino, Sep 4, 2010.

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  1. vsorrentino

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    *Edit: My bad, I didn't realize the OP was the person in the video, so I reworded my post:

    Great shot! WOW!

    Was it your first try, or how many did it take to get that shot? I would have a rough time doing that with my rifle ;)
     
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    I saw a few other holes in the targets, possibly from other attempts? Either way, very nice shooting. I work at a local range when I'm not in school, and on slow days we set up empty cases on the target frames and shoot at those. Depending on wind and how we're feeling we'll use anything from .22 cases through various revolver cartridge cases. Usually .38 spl.
     
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    WHAT!!! You're killing perfectly good .38 brass??!! Kidding, nice shooting to the OP.
     
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    Didn't do an asprin but I shot a credit card in half with a GSG-5 from around 10 yards on the first shot.. Now THAT was PURE luck! LOL
     
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    There's a benchrest group at the range I go to that shoot aspirin tablets with .22 rifles... at 100 yards. I refer to them as the pill poppers.

    Thay spraypaint the aspirin with some flourescent orange, glue them onto large sheets of index paper in 5 x 5 rows, then sit down and shoot their own mini competition... for money (nickels, dimes, quarters).

    It looks like a lot of fun.
     
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