Valley Girl Zombies VS .45 ACP/.38 Special

Discussion in 'Range Report' started by WannaGator, May 16, 2011.

  1. WannaGator

    WannaGator New Member

    The weather here SUXs.

    I spend the few hours it isn't raining mowing.

    Well not today Dad & I went back to Bake's Best Shot(indoor pistol range) outside of Mansfield,OH.

    My last 15 shot string was worth talking about.

    (1) .38 special shot to the top of the scalp, (4) .45 ACP shots in a clover shape left lung area, (3) .38 special shots in a clover pattern center of mass, (1) .45 ACP shot through the right femur, (1) .45 ACP shot to the lower eye socket/far right of the nasal cavity right side, (1) .45 ACP shot through the left pectoral area, (2) .38 Special/(2) .45 ACP flyers through target's hair or near lower pelvic area.
    This was rapid fire, fire (9) 230 grain FMJ .45 ACP and drop the gun on the shelf in front of me, then grab the .357 Snubbie and fire (6) 125 grain FMJ .38 Special as fast as I can acquire the target.

    I am not as good as I desire but I'm no Zombie's Manwich Thank You.

    Once again sorry about the lack of pics!
    Last edited: May 16, 2011
  2. Boyerracing343

    Boyerracing343 New Member Supporter

    Sounds like a blast but I must say I am disappointed to read this excitement to not hAve any pictures or gun porn.

  3. skullcrusher

    skullcrusher New Member

    Dang it, WannaGator. The next time, give me notice and I will show up with something that will take an image to post here. Not kidding.

    Pics or it did not happen. (it is just the law) :p
  4. WannaGator

    WannaGator New Member

    The guy in the lane next to me was having more fun then I was he had a hi-cap 22LR and Glock 17 mags in a Glock 19C.

    When he opened up it sounded like three guys pounding 10 penny nails in railroad ties with sledge hammers.

    Thought he had a Desert Eagle 44 Mag or something the way he was cranking it out like Maytags.
  5. diggsbakes

    diggsbakes New Member

    I am no photographer by any means, but I always at least take home my best (or worst) paper from the day. . .

    It helps folks give you proper feedback and/or critique.