Ruger P95 - 10 Yards


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Old 09-27-2009, 11:24 PM   #1
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Default Ruger P95 - 10 Yards

Here's a video of some 10 yard work I did today with my Ruger P95.

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I would like to see the Bench Rest Video, especially for the Hi-Point.



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Great shooting! I wouldn't think the P-95 had those capabilities.

mopar2001 (Dennis) is supposed to pick his p-95 up next week. We'll see how well he shoots with it.

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p.s. I think you should put a ruler up to those 2-inch target circles.

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I'll remember that next time. I forgot the tape measure this time out. Figured I wouldn't need it since I was using video.

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I'll remember that next time. I forgot the tape measure this time out. Figured I wouldn't need it since I was using video.
Hey, the point was demonstrating the capabilities of the pistol, great shooting and well done!
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Yeah, I know.

I was just saying that I didn't think to make sure I brought the tape measure. I had a "durrr" moment.

Thanks for the compliment. When I can do the same at farther ranges, I'll feel accomplished...lol.

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Great shooting! I wouldn't think the P-95 had those capabilities.

mopar2001 (Dennis) is supposed to pick his p-95 up next week. We'll see how well he shoots with it.
Finally picked it up (delayed because of drama) Hope to get to the range Fri. my birthday 10/16 range report to follow shortly.
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I'll be waiting ....MUHAHAHAMUWAHAHAMUHAHAHWAHHAAA.......

Remember which end points down range and you'll do fine.

I do like your P95 though. It feels good in the hand. Too bulky for carry, but a good feeling, well made firearm!

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I'll be waiting ....MUHAHAHAMUWAHAHAMUHAHAHWAHHAAA.......

Remember which end points down range and you'll do fine.

I do like your P95 though. It feels good in the hand. Too bulky for carry, but a good feeling, well made firearm!
Wish you could be there..... Hey I've got a idea about your childcare issue it includes duct tape, juice boxes & the cartoon network..... Seeya @ work


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