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Discussion in '1911 Photo Gallery' started by Caspian, Jul 25, 2020.
Good topic idea!
This was pre pandemic, 25 yards, shot cold.
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My 6.5 CM load development at 100 yards.
What rifle is that?
Wow really strange to be reading these and up pops a KY Jelly ad.
Actually back in "the good old days" we used to go up to desert Marksman and stay till night. We tried low light, no light, strobe light, etc etc to test several ideas. If you have the muscle memory, we used to slide shoot at closer ranges. But, that takes a really good skill set.
Stock Ruger precision rifle. Silly accurate. 12" steel @ 1000 yards and i can see the marks with that optic. Spotting scope never left the house lol.
I only use paper for zeroing. Other wise i shoot at cans or bricks and clays ill set at difference distances. But here is one with my Mossberg 802 and Marlin 60. 100 yards.
Below is when i zerod in my Savage A22 target rifle.
TRP at 15yds
Valor Commander at 15yds.
Razorback at 15yds
Rock 10mm at 15yds
Valkyrie.45 at 10yds
WC BrigTac at 10yds
That Valor and you seem to get along the best
UTC at 8yds
EDC X9 double-tap drill 8yds
UTC at 8yds. Aimed first mag at head.....then fast mag dump fun
Nice shooting, Congrats. What size was the grouping when you included all 5 rounds? Hard to tell from here.
BTW, I also own the Ruger Precision Rifle, and I recently bought the Daniel Defense Delta5 bolt action. I would have thought the DD would be more accurate than the RPR, but it's the otehr way around. The RPR is more accurate, and I even have to feed the DD more expensive ammo, while the RPR is not as fussy.
9mm Colt Competition and Ruger Mark II at 40 feet.
I’ll play. Info is in the pic.
@PhilaPop 7/16" Breathing and getting excited on the last shot on both lol.
HA! You tempt me to bring out my NM thunder bumper!
The first two mags from a pre-owned Stealth I bought. Standing two hand hold @30' 200gr plated handloads. This is a very easy gun to shoot accurately.
First time out shooting my Opti Comp
10 , 12 , & 15 Yards.
After I was satisfied with the accuracy on the top 2 circles I tried to see how effective the comp was... and got a little sloppy... but it shot great!