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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by Sniper 7.62, Jun 27, 2005.
Readum and weeep
Oh no, Jason won a gun.... ;f
three times before Jersey came up.
Atta boy, Jason. Good shootin'. Congratulations.
I can't weep, I took 1st in Am Civ and Competition class!
Great job socome, I will see you in master stock real soon. Realy great shooting. J.Michael
Way to go Team Shooter's Paradise! First and Second again in AC!!!
SoCom HAS mastered out (if these results hold), so maybe there is a need for a Master Stock team for Shooter's Paradise? Maybe that means I can move up to Team I for AC? Ah... the drama unfolds!
;e ;e ;e ;e
You would have my vote if a member of Team 1 can't make it to a match like Topton PA. Team 1 is Douglas, Bernie and Travis. Team 2 is you, Geoff and Terry (w/my wife Bonnie as a sub). I want to see if Russell F. will shoot with me and Travis on a Master Stock Team that would be cool.
Man, looks like I will have to pick up an Olive Drab G17, now.
Sweet shooting Robb.
But how come you shot better in CD than AmCiv??? ;f
Jason, way to go to bring home a pistol - watcha gonna get the G38 or G39?
Congrats to all!
Congratulations SocomCen, Great Shooting!!!
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I didn't even plan to really compete in Competition and MS. I was just hammering the trigger not really even trying that hard in Comp and MS basically just trying to warm up. I use them to warm up but for some reason at NJ I shot worse the more I shot. Guess my G17 wanted to run cold that day. I shot Comp, Master Stock, Am Civ, Am Sub in that order. I used my same OD G17 for Comp, MS & Am Civ and my wifes G26 for Am Sub. I used S&B ammo in both guns. In the G26 it made it hit about 3" low on the plates and F'd up my score badly and I had 1 plate standing. All the paper at 20-25yds was hit low as well.
Thanks all for the ^c, I saw alot of great shooters Sunday..... one down 2 to go.
Maybe a green 17 ??? or a 38 not sure yet but I'll wait till it is real first..... you know wait till the over wait lady sings
Note to self: Do not use Sellier and Bellot ammo.
Ouch!!!!!! I thought you knew that. ;f ;c ;c ;c
OK I'll bite, why not use S&B. I used their .357 mag to shoot an IDPA match one, seemed OK, of course I couldn't hit ^&*^, but that was me.
I think what my team mate Glockman67 means is: if you shoot a G26, do not expect S&B to hit the same point of impact as say, Winchester White Box.
Is S&B accurate? My team mate SocomCen used it to win both Competition and An Civ at New Jersey GSSF. Is it reliable? He would not have won if it was not reliable.
SocomCen wrote: "I used S&B ammo in both guns. In the G26 it made it hit about 3" low on the plates and F'd up my score badly and I had 1 plate standing. All the paper at 20-25yds was hit low as well."
Why did the S&B ammo hit low? It is MORE powerful than most common 9x19mm loads like winchester White Box; handguns act in a different manner than rifles in that: generally faster velocity bullets will tend to hit LOWER on the target than slower ones.
But as for how S&B works in the olive drab Glock 17 pictured above? Its hard to argue with two GSSF wins.
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You know I must say GREAT JOB GSSF for getting the prelims out on ONE WEEK, People are sure to beyahch when it take two weeks or longer and here just one week, an know one had anything good to say.
Excellent point Sniper!
Congrats go to GSSF for better & better results time frames with every match; for me that includes South Carolina, Richmond, Waldorf and now NJ.
I think GSSF also deserves praise for how smoothly things ran at NJ. I think that 2005 in general has gone very very well but NJ was the best run yet.
Only hitch I can think of was not the fault of GSSF at all; there was some Sunday afternoon wind on the M stage & it was difficult to strike a ballance between popper weight and keeping them up in the wind; I saw GSSF staff do several calibrations & they were gereous with re-shoots. Good job GSSF staff!
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