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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by Atomic Punk, Jan 27, 2012.


  1. Atomic Punk

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    finished the class's to renew my armed/unarmed security guard card yesterday. the range bit was easy, but i am not happy with my shooting. used to be better, also practiced more. had a membership at a range and shot once or twice a week. where i live now the local range does not offer membership and i cant afford to go as often as i would like.
    Now the odd part is the other two guys on the range with me barely ( eventually ) scored enough to pass. and had to re do a few times for firing outside the scoring area.

    here's mine.
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  2. cabrego

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    At what distance?


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  3. ProtectedByGlock

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    Does it matter? In an actual scenario you would not want 1 ragged hole, you want multiple entry/trauma wounds. I think the target looks good, hit an attacker like that and the fight is over:faint:
     
  4. cabrego

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    Yes it does. Op said he was not happy with target so I would like more info.

    I can think of several "actual scenarios" where you would want very accurate shots. How about competition shooting?! :)


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  5. Atomic Punk

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    20 - 7 - 3 yards i think. strong side two hands. single handed left and right. around and over a barrel. and from the hip.

    and as a friend of mine pointed out. the target is still dead. :D
     
    #5 Atomic Punk, Jan 28, 2012
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