I Hope you fellers can please tell me how well I did - or did not do ... how much work I need , any tips, advice, opinions, comments, suggestions or "other" (and/or ALL OF THE ABOVE) that you may care to add - I'd appreciate! I simply painted this one-ringed, green bulls-eye "target" real quick on the back/side of this old shack we have here.
F/A: Kel-Tec PF-9 (9MM) - Micro/Mini Pistol
Distance: (measured) 30 feet (10 yards) - shooting "uphill" - (slight incline - not sure how many "degrees" or "% of grade", but this IS in the "hills").
Grip/Stance: One (right) hand (1-handed "seems" to occur naturally for me - though I'm sure I'd do better with a two-handed, more "professional" ["police/military"??] style).
1 mag. fired (a WHOPPING seven/7 WHOLE rounds - total - haha ).
Not sure what other info might be relevant/pertinent ... ?
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Those look like my Ozarks hills. My better shooting range goes from one ridge side to another. The shorter range is just downhill.
Good shootin' - just be careful of your backstop.
Thanks! And I am always careful of my backstops...that has always somehow seemed to come natural for me (common sense I reckon?). Whenever I first started shootin' as a kid, backstop was sorta the first thing that would come to mind when I thought about shootin'...that is, AFTER the initial thrill at the mere thought of shootin' had passed!
And these here hills are in west-central VA...not WV, but not far from WV either - whether you drive west or north from here.