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Old 05-24-2010, 08:36 PM   #11
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you're upset with thse results? looked like all k-5s to me.

you were double tapping, and are upset.....show off.

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Old 05-25-2010, 05:16 PM   #12
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What's with the errant lower abdomen/almost groin shot in picture one though? Was that your "Anti-Rapist" Round?

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any chance one could enlighten a noob as to the meaning of the D#'s and K#'s on the targets or how they are scored or used?
I was wondering about that too. My sister had a good idea, she thinks the Ds are for "disable", and the Ks are for "kill", with the numbers representing how well a shot placed there accomplishes that goal, but I don't see why anyone would ever shoot to disable. That seems irresponsible to me. It's either time to kill or time to not shoot.
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I was wondering about that too. My sister had a good idea, she thinks the Ds are for "disable", and the Ks are for "kill", with the numbers representing how well a shot placed there accomplishes that goal, but I don't see why anyone would ever shoot to disable. That seems irresponsible to me. It's either time to kill or time to not shoot.
ah ok, i thought maybe D was deduct, but that kind of makes sense, especially with the zero's in the white areas
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Face off concluded. I win, but I still don't want to piss off my sister . 20rds at a little over 20 feet. Top target is mine, bottom hers. I'm still getting anxious and pulling the muzzle down every now and then, but practice is the remedy for this illness.
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you were double tapping, and are upset.....show off.
"Double tap" may be the wrong term. They were controlled fire shots in relatively rapid succession, i.e. 2 shots per second, not aim once fire twice.
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