Posted 17 June 2011 - 07:47 PM
I spend most of my time at 15 and 25 as 7 is just boring as hell and a waste of expensive 357sig rounds to me. From 0-15 yards I can put rounds through paper almost but at 25 yards my groups move out to 4-6 inches and I need to work on that.
I'm just getting into shotgun and rifle shooting myself. Been pistols only for 15 years. I know damn well to stay away from clays, my shot shooting is just at the range for home defense.
Posted 17 June 2011 - 08:13 PM
If you want to see how difficult 7 yards can be, find some competition dot targets, the ones that have 10 sets of 3 dots in a triangle, which are set to the caliber you are shooting. If you center it perfectly you will touch all 3 dots in the triangle for 3 points, a perfect score is 30. My best score was 22, most people never scored a 10 even with a LOT of trying. Actually most were doing great with a 5...
They used to have local dot competitions but almost everyone quit because I could win at will. I used to win every other week to keep people in it but when they realized that I was disqualifying myself every other week they gave up, lol.
I know it sounds like I am talking like I was something great but an Olympic quality shooter would have crushed me.
edit: oh, and 6" at 7 yards isn't a group - that's random shooting
Edited by Gary, 17 June 2011 - 08:22 PM.
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