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  • htxred

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    For the most part, i stopped keeping targets after the 2nd or 3rd month of when i first started shooting. i figured out it was pointless and could hold a liability if something happened.

    But every now and then, usually when i get a new gun, i like to snap a pic of the target to show how much the gun outshot me... :D

    my latest one was with my STI ranger II, got it friday. took it to topgun saturday, even though i really wanted to go to shiloh, but it was bad timing with the wife's haircut appt. but i decided to just test itout so i only brought like 75 rounds. 15-20min of shooting. mostly reloading with 1 magazine :eek:

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    1-4: warmup at 9ft
    headshots: 21ft
    heart: 25ft

    spicy... but my groups could be a bit better eh? lozl.



    anyways, if you got em, post em.
     

    Cyfer

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    American Shooting Centers - Houston, TX
    (50yd bench/Iron Sights/RRA CAR-15)

    Ok, so I don't know if these are worthy to be posted, but I thought they were some good shooting. For me at least!!

    Shot a total of (3x) 10rd Mags. These are my two targets out of the three. My third scored a 97. Ignore all the covered holes. I was sharing and reusing 5 targets with the fiance & brother.

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    SteveW

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    10 rounds of home brewed .308.
    200 yards. 10 rounds in less than 60 sec.
    93 F.




    Shot from 'Sgnt Pepper' a 1924 Mauser rebuilt with a lurid stock and a stainless bull barrel.




    Steve.
     

    jim t

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    my son was siteing in the new scope on my new AR on this target. at 100 yards
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    here is the one after he got it zeroed in
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    he then proceeded to test it on the six inch gong at 250 yards and hit it 4 out of five times. sorry to say it was him and not me:mad:
     
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