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Old 05-02-2012, 12:48 AM   #21
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Good trade, bro. You definitely didn't get hurt.
Post your thoughts after you shoot that Cougar.
I shot it about ten times earlier and it shot good I kept it in about a 4 inch group at bout 30 yards
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My new cougar 8000 I traded a 870 I had bout $350 in for it I love it already

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Good for you, good trade and good first time shooting.
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Good for you, good trade and good first time shooting.
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After shooting my 8000 I love it but it shoots bout 4" high and 2" to the right does anybody know if they make adjustable sights for it

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After shooting my 8000 I love it but it shoots bout 4" high and 2" to the right does anybody know if they make adjustable sights for it
It may help to try a few different brands and weights of ammo. You may find something that hits closer to point of aim. For defensive purposes in my .40 S&W Cougar I use 180-grain Speer Gold Dot ammo that is made specially for a barrel length less than 4 inches. It is pretty much right on the money at about 50 feet. I don't know what is good for a 9mm, but maybe there is an equivalent load for 9mm.
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After shooting my 8000 I love it but it shoots bout 4" high and 2" to the right does anybody know if they make adjustable sights for it
Try a bench rest shoot at 7 yards to determine your sights and the accuracy of the gun. Takes out the guesswork.

Also try the Remington UMC 115 HPs. I found them very accurate in my Sigma 9mm.
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