I would have to see it to believe it in rapid fire mode at 75 feet, but I am sure it can be done. Target loads probably
I cannot do that now, but younger eyes and shooting a box of ammo minimum a day will do wonders to your skill set.
And I would regularly hit a 12 inch plate at 100 yards with a pistol.
Hush Up, Paladin!Paladin;17821 [B said:This middle age stuff is getting aggravating[/B].
I agree. When I go to an indoor range, I use a sheet of paper with either an 8" cirlcle or 6" square as a target...cheap, too!As long as I'm keeping them in the 8" circle, I'm happy as can be.
That's a mantra to live by right there at any distance.
"Speed" is relative, Brownie! Like I said, I'm a lazy :censored.We shoot 8" diameter steel plates from that distance and a little further
I've never shot plate racks at 25 yds for speed myself, the plate rack competitions were always at 33 feet [ 11 yrds ]. That's some very good handhold/trigger control practice on plates at 75 feet Rvrctyrngr.
Nice 8" barrel on a nice trigger. This was not timed. Arms benchrested on a shooting table. Not that hard really.
With regular sights you would hit a 12 inch plate a football field away? That's badass.
Ahhhh. That's different. I just thought you were standing there with your hands out in front of you. Still impressive, just a different picture than i had in mind.Arms benchrested on a shooting table.