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Old 07-14-2011, 08:33 PM   #1
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Yep, it's the Ruger sisters. I picked up my Mark II today and took her to the range and introduced her to her big sister, Maggie.

Here's a picture of my new girl, the Mark II.........

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And the "big gun" my GP100..........

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Old 07-14-2011, 08:40 PM   #2
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Here's the first ten rounds out of the Mark II at 15 ft...........

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Then I added two more mags full of rounds to it...........

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Then I changed targets and moved it out to 25 ft.........

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Pretty much all over the place. But that just means I need to shoot more often and get more practice in......
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Now, we can't leave my GP100, Maggie out of this range report.........
Actually, I shot her first. We don't want any arguing between these two in the Gun Vault. I only shot .38's through the GP today. I thought I brought .357 but I guess I didn't.

At 15 ft......The target is all scratched up from rolling around in my trunk since April, but you get the idea. This was 18 rounds.........

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Then I changed that embarrassing target and put it out to 25 ft.........

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Yeah, it's all over the place. I guess I need more practice.
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I see that I need a lot more practice. I also need to strengthen my hands and arms. I haven't thought of a name for my new gun yet. I'm still thinking, thinking, thinking.............

THANKS, JON. I LOVE MY NEW GUN!!
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You already have Maggie, why not Markie? Maggie and Markie, the Ruger sisters.

Remember Markie Post? She was a cutie.
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Ya' know, they match nicely!

Good lookin pistols there!
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That's some good shootin' there girl, keep up the good work.
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Looks to be dead BG all around. Isn't it just great fun to get out and do some shooting.

They do look good together.
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so i gotta ask do you like the mk2 or not ?? what ammo do you use in it?? any problems loading or firing??
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