Battleship targets with a comp model glock

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  1. jce07a

    jce07a New Member

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    I played battleship with the battleship targets from a local store yesterday and was using a glock 34 that i borrowed from a buddy...i almost felt like i was cheating shooting from 25 yards considering my opponent was shooting the same distance with a compact springfield XD. it was probably the most fun ive had in a long time. anyone else gotten to play with these battleship targets?
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    I'm sorry jce but I don't know what battleship targets are and what game is played with them. Just too old a geezer I guess. But if you would expand on it a bit I would then know what you are talking about and won't be so ignorant. :D :confused: :dontknow:
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    Would like to see them.
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    those are pretty cool me and my boy would have fun with them
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    Love the terrorist target listed first in the second link...interesting such a target is sold in Euros...
    The Birchwood Casey one would be fun.
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    I like the hostage ones, take out the bad guys...one shot, one kill, no misses.
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    Todd, I didn't know about these games either but they sure look like alot of fun! I can see myself and Brisk trying these out. I think you and your ole buddies would enjoy them too if you can see them? You may have to shoot at 5 yards though!:D
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    ...ouch! (oh nooo) :lmao2::lmao2::thud:
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    Looks like fun to me too. I'm sure I'ld sink your old butt to the bottom of the sea.:D:D:D:D
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    I'm ready for those darned battle ships AL. Put a scope on my MK III. Now if they will just hold still long enough I will see if I can sink one. If not we will just sit on them and that should sink them for sure.
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    Very, very SWEET Todd, I like it alot! Congrats on the Burris! I hope you noticed Zane laughed at my 5 yard suggestion! He's one of your in state buddies!:eek:
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    Oh, I saw that fall down laughing and am just biding my time. I can't crack on his shooting though. Last year before his forced absence because of computer troubles I remember seeing his post of him shooting a golf ball at 100 yards with that new Ruger ten shooter. You just can't crack on a fellow that can do that. I have a golf ball hanging at 100 yards but I got to get the spotting scope out to see the darned thing.
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    Don't feel like the Lone Ranger Todd, they don't call me the Ole Blind Fat Man for nothing! Zane will get old & blind in due time and hopefully you and I are around to help him out. And I'm not so sure his computer crashed last fall, I think his poor shooting at that golf ballwas embarrassing for him!:lmao2::lmao:
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    Armoredman, they need to put those in all the public toilets in the country. I don't think today's men went through that training period as the wet floors I see is evidence or maybe they are not firefighters, firefighters all have long hoses.
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    That set up is BEYOND NICE, Todd...thats just flat out VERY NICE!
    :lmao2: That could just be A.L! To tell you the truth A.L, My shooting "skills"
    have went from golf balls at 100 with a single ten to a scoped rifle @ 50yds!!!
    If I dont get my rear in gear and take the time to get a eye doc appt., I'm
    gonna be blind!
    And dont let Todd fool ya, he's posted alot of great targets and range
    reports that have blown my mind as to how anyone could hold groups on
    about any firearm that Man picks to shoot!!! Todd's the crack shot!
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    Yea zane, Todd does pretty good considering he got off the boat with Noah!:eek:
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