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Old January 1, 2005, 01:09 PM   #20
Bob Thompson
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Join Date: December 28, 1998
Location: riverdale,ut,usa
Posts: 136
For me I like dropping 10 inch steel plates as fast as I can at just 25 yards. I've made a six plate system I can reset with a line attached. Fun, fun, fun. I shoot double taps at 3 to 5 yards for defensive practice and I also like the challenge of long distance, 100 to 300 yards shooting to just see how close I can get to an object, usually a rock or gallon milk bottle by dust kickup. Offhand and judgement sighting using sights. Shoot then adjust mentally. Sometines I hit, but mostly just close, also much fun with any handgun but more accurate with a tuned .45 Colt Ruger Blackhawk Bisley. However I would not like to be a target at that range. All fun shooting and good practice to stay proficient. Same with rifles. Bob
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