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Old 10-20-2011, 05:48 PM   #21
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I vary from 3 yds to 20 yds, mostly 7 to 10 yds. I carry for defense and figure that would be the range (hopefully) that I need to make center mass & head shots. This is indoors, outdoors and when I was still pistol hunting in NH, 50 yds with a Super Blackhawk using 300 gr XTP handloads. Most deer hunting there is scrub hunting so no real long range work where I hunted.

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A bit of target grouping in the 7-10yd range, along with lots of knock-down target plinking at 15-25yds. I shoot a variety of calibers, but mostly 9mm.

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Myself, I work on getting time on target/time on hit, face target (about 2" size target area) out to 15 yards, during 25% of my training, with the other 75% spent attempting to get a hit in any vital area of the face/upper chest, while moving, at multiple silhouette treats of varying exposure, and from various positions, with and without both feet, both hands, both eyes. I will use maybe 5% every other sessions, to work on long distance and maximum short distance accuracy..
+1 there. Very similar training myself.
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3-20 yards, SD

10-40 yards starting one month before
hunting season. This gets expensive.

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O.O

2-4 Yards...?

Heck! I can whi... on 'em at that range.

I practice at 25 yards. If I can hit the target at 25 yards and hold a decent group, hitting a target at 2-4 yards will be no problem...

As far as shooting silhouettes, I use the inverted T method of shooting, 2 rounds center of body and 1 round to the head. For the exact same reason the FBI shot this way. The round to the head is meant to incapacite.

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7 for me too

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1 yd. to 23 yds. That's the length of my yard to the berm. Measured.

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Dot drill- 2-3 yards

Failure drill- 3-5 yards

Adrenaline (or ammo dump) drill-5-7 yards

The rest of the day is usually seeing first hand how bad I really am with a rifle...25-100 yards....not like I'm hitting much at 100, but I still try!!

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Start off at 5 yds (handguns)
3 mags each
Move back to 7 yds
3 Mags
Move back to 10 yds
3 mags
Move back to 25 yds
2 mags
And shoot what's leftover practicing live fire draws.
ruger 10/22
2 mags (25 rds each) @ 25 yds
5 mags @ 50 yds
2 mags @ 100 yds
Yea, I kinda burn through lots of ammo.....oh Well! Its a blast!

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If it's fight shooting you're asking about, be good at 2 and 4 meters.......laugh at that and you'll be dead in your first PD encounter.

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