Pistol Match Version 2.0, Winner ONREE!!

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Re: Pistol Match Version 2.0, Winner ONREE!!

Post by HeWhoShoots » Wed Jul 09, 2008 5:39 am

Congrats Onree! [smilie=cheers1.gif]
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Re: Pistol Match Version 2.0, Winner ONREE!!

Post by taseal » Thu Jul 17, 2008 2:27 pm

how do u guys do this? this is a TINY target at 10 yards

sergek and I tried this and it was near impossible. we can def shoot at 10 yards, but not a target smaller than a palm lol

I'll put up pictures of what I did next time I go
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Re: Pistol Match Version 2.0, Winner ONREE!!

Post by KG4ZRC » Thu Jul 17, 2008 6:52 pm

I don't. I tried and I suck at it...

Just ask MAHA... He watched...

But it is done all in the face of having fun... I shot it, and was trying hard not to laugh any worse than I was becuase then I would be off even more...

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Re: Pistol Match Version 2.0, Winner ONREE!!

Post by HeWhoShoots » Thu Jul 17, 2008 7:32 pm

taseal wrote:how do u guys do this? this is a TINY target at 10 yards
It is pretty tiny, lol. Hard to be consistently on target every shot. Not sure how to answer your question, but I will try, even though it was probably rhetorical :)

Know where your gun hits at 10 yards and adjust accordingly.

Try to pick your sweetspot time wise...don't shoot the match target right away, and don't do it at the end of the session, but somewhere in the middle. After a good warmup, but before you get tired.

Focus on the front sight and use proper sight alignment. Use a good shooting stance that is balanced and easy to stay in. Don't hold your breath.

Squeeze the trigger with a smooth motion, do NOT anticipate the shot. Take your time, but don't take forever. After a point, the longer it takes you to fire off a shot, the worse the shot will be due to fatigue. Again, don't hold your breath ;) Practice dry firing.
sergek and I tried this and it was near impossible. we can def shoot at 10 yards, but not a target smaller than a palm lol

I'll put up pictures of what I did next time I go
You can do it!
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Re: Pistol Match Version 2.0, Winner ONREE!!

Post by ilsrwy27 » Sat Dec 20, 2008 10:34 pm

That's a cool contest... Thinking of doing another one anytime soon?!?

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Re: Pistol Match Version 2.0, Winner ONREE!!

Post by Matt » Fri Jan 02, 2009 11:08 am

ilsrwy27 wrote:That's a cool contest... Thinking of doing another one anytime soon?!?
I want to join in another contest! I don't mind trying this.

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Re: Pistol Match Version 2.0, Winner ONREE!!

Post by Onree » Fri Jan 02, 2009 2:10 pm

requiem wrote:
ilsrwy27 wrote:That's a cool contest... Thinking of doing another one anytime soon?!?
I want to join in another contest! I don't mind trying this.
I've been thinking about starting up another postal shoot. Guess I'll make a new thread and do it already.
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