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Old 10-30-2013, 04:31 PM   #431
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Does this count?
I can relate.

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I did this at about 35-40 yard with a Rossi 22 open sights!

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Old 10-31-2013, 09:56 PM   #433
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From 100 yards with the good 'ol Daniel Defense v7 and a scope

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i havent done it, but i was a witness to someone doing it....

he shot from left side of his truck across the bed to the target on right side of truck with centerfire rifle.. put three holes in right side of truck bed wall. lol

forgot barrel was lower than scope at the angle he was at. was really funny.
That's funny lol and reminds me of a contractor we worked with.
On the way to work one morning this contractor saw a coyote,pulled over in his Ford cargo van,on the road. Takes a shot at the coyote using his hood for a rest,coyote keeps running and Pat just shot a hole in his van hood ROTFLMAO

The look on his face when he drove up with a hole in his ride!! Was priceless!! LOL
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Looking at your target hits more to the left, I do the same with my 92FS, why, what am I doing wrong? I'm more left and center then right, comments welcome, thanks.

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If you are right handed you are probably using too little trigger finger which pushes the gun slightly to the left every time you squeeze the trigger. Left handed it could be too much trigger or too much pressure with your thumb. No way for us to be sure without some video footage of you shooting. Preferably over the shoulder footage.

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Thanks, right handed, will try to get someone to hold the phone when shooting usually no one at the range in the evening. How can I fix the problem any suggestions at the range once a week.

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Try hole in a hole drills. Set up on the 5 yard line, shoot a hole in your target, try to place all the other rounds in the hole. Adjust your grip, amount of finger on the trigger and trigger press until you can place all the rounds in the same hole. If it's too hard at first move up to the 3. If it's too easy move out to the 7. Once you figure out what works for you, move on back until you are shooting nice groups at 25 and beyond. Take things slow and pay attention to what the gun is doing in your hands.
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Thanks, right handed, will try to get someone to hold the phone when shooting usually no one at the range in the evening. How can I fix the problem any suggestions at the range once a week.
If you can get some snap caps, try mixing one or two into a mag full at random. Shoot very slowly and hold the trigger back after each trigger squeeze. Most of the shots will have recoil, but hold the trigger back until your sight picture settles down. On the snap caps, look very closely at your front sight. Is it off in the direction your shots are? That kind of feedback can help you get a better internal understanding of what too much or too little trigger finger means. It's one thing to hear that you are pushing the gun to one side with your trigger finger. It's another to see the effect in action. It also forces you to actually follow through, which is a good habit to form.
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