Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by BigBlue 94, Dec 23, 2018.
Great day, 50 degrees, sunny and no wind. Taught my sister to shoot her Glock. She is left eye dominant, so she had to adjust her stance and grip a bit to compensate.
She shot her Glock OK, but she shot the CZ75 compact very well (First time out kept 10 shots in a 4” circle at 9 yards or so. )
Best part was my son took a fancy to the Mauser. ( Shooting at a target about 140 yards uphill, large hill as a backstop.) This was his first large-caliber bolt rifle experience.
The one on top is a nice shooter grade pistol that i've owned for a while, but haven't shot much lately. Fired off some Sig ball ammo to clear the cobwebs from it. The one on bottom was purchased at a LGS yesterday morning. This one is in very fine condition and came with the original box and another mag. It's my 'spare'. Put only one full mag of rounds through it to see if it will function properly.
Albeit modern 10mm ammo is not in the same league as the old stuff, the recoil of these heavy solid stainless 3rd Gens. is tame and very easy to handle.
And to top it off, I couldn't get my Labradar to read reliably until I did a factory reset.
Still, beats being in the office.
Dang, that's a bad range trip for sure, it happens, good luck next trip out.
The Enfield shot well, but was no match for the mighty mini-Springfield.
Teething pains but not overly serious.
(244) PTR 91 First Shots (My New Favorite 308 ???) - YouTube
My identical "Classic GI" PTR-91 (HK clone) was used today.
Nice boat paddle!
Everyone loves those stocks, cant believe Ruger wont bring them back.....
Me either. Every time one of those "guns you regret selling" threads comes up, the only gun I can think of is the .223 "boat paddle" I had for a while. I just "had to have" a .22 centerfire that was as fast as my wife's 22-250 though, so I traded my great .223 boat paddle Ruger in on a Kimber 22-250. My only conciliation is knowing everyone makes a mistake once in a while.
17 degrees and shooting into the morning sun. Czech silver tip and Polish light ball at 100 yards. The Czech was minute of garbage can lid whilst the Polish was minute of softball. The polish has always been pretty good in everything I run it through.
Also played around some with my recently acquired Canik Meta SFX with Holosun HE507K-GR X2. It has been a challenge to get myself to look at the dot and not the iron sights. I'm getting there...
Weatherby Mark V in 460 Wby Mag
Palmetto PA10 in 308
Auto Mag from El Monte in 44AMP
Coonan Model B in 357 Mag
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