How many rounds did you shoot today

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  1. TigerLeo

    TigerLeo Well-Known Member

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    100 .40 S&W
    50 9mm

    Shot the 9mm more to exercise the gun than anything, training shooting with gloves on with the .40. practiced some with offhand shots... Let's all hope to Good I never have to rely on that! And some practice from cover. Think I did alright!
     
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  2. Big Mak

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    Looks like a good time Tiger!

    I solved my Marlin 1894 44 magnum issue of "10" groups....after reloading using Missouri Bullet powder coated 240 gr .430 dia lead bullets I shot it at the range today. PROBLEM SOLVED! 1" MOA groups at 50 yards. No more Xtreme jacketed for the cowboy bang stick anymore.

    Worked my AR over more with hand loaded 62 gr cartridges. Managed to hold a pretty tight group with a red dot 2 MOA at 50 yds. It's harder to keep both eyes open while co-witnessing the red dot with the front A1 style sight. Ended up squinting one eye almost shut.

    Also assisted a friend with his new AR in getting it sighted in.
     
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  3. Big Mak

    Big Mak Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Wife and I had a range day after a 3 mile Mt. Peak hike. 38 spl, AR15 and 44 magnum carbine.
     
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  4. One Shot

    One Shot Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    A friend picked up a 30-30 and wanted to shoot it so we did. We had a lever action day. We each went through a box then switched to his 38spl and my 9 then wrapped up with two ancient single shot 22s. probably a couple hundred rounds all together. A good time was had by all.
     
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  5. Big Mak

    Big Mak Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Shot about 25 rounds each with these two savages today in .250-3000 and .300 savage.

    2nd photo is my first 3 shot group with the .250-3000 at 50 yards.
    3rd photo is my best group with the .250-3000 at 100 yards.
    No scopes, iron sights only. Scopes is cheatin'.:)

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  6. James Denny

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    120 of .223, 150 9mm, 100 45ACP. Usually shoot in the State forest. Much more relaxing than going to the range. Pictures aren’t from today, but are from where I shoot!
     

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  7. Firpo

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    That would be a grand total of two which resulted in one less rat.
     
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    Big Mak Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    First one to get his attention?
     
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    image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg After a hundred or so who keeps count after that!Went to the local range up against the mountains in the North end of the valley today.I don't go out in the desert shooting alone anymore.
    The more guns you bring the more you have to clean.I try to keep it simple.
     
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