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Good day at the range

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by rono, Oct 18, 2006.

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  1. rono

    rono Member

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    Took the afternoon off, since my daughter went with Grandma and Gramps camping and my wife wanted to go shooting. My wife kept bothering me to shoot my AR. I was adjusting the scope, then had to re-zero everything. So in the meantime, she went through 200 rounds or so in her 10/22. Got the AR all zeroed in then it was her turn to shoot it.. She just about out shot me with it. :what:
    Went on to pistols. She finally got to shoot her new XD9. At first she didn't like it at all. Too much recoil. Didn't like the sights. blah blah blah. Ok, I told her to shoot my Springfield 1911. Definately too much, she said. Told to go back to her 10/22 for a while.
    I went back to plinking with my AR. Caught her out of the corner of my eye reloading the XD9... 30 minutes later she was destroying the paper targets. Guess she likes her gun now. :D

    Not a bad day at all.

    Ron

    ps. I did notice the XD shoots about 2 inches to the left at 10 yards. I need to drift the rear sight a little.
     
  2. lionking

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    good for you, glad you 2 had fun...beats going to work!

    I'll spare you from telling you about my day at work lol!
     
  3. f4t9r

    f4t9r Member

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    tHAT IS A GOOD DAY , i WENT BY MYSELF AND PATTED MYSELF ON THE BACK A COUPLE OF TIMES AND WONDERED IF i HAD EVER SHOT BEFORE ON OTHERS. ONLY OTHER PERSON WAS ABOUT 4 LANES AWAY. LIKE GOING WITH SOMEONE BETTER
    STILL A GOOD DAY AT THE RANGE.
     
  4. knuckles

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    Isn't every day at the range a good day? :)
     
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