wanna know more guns than, how to clean n also how to use other type of guns 5 years ago
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Last week I had a chance to fire a beretta at an indoor range. It was my first time using a handgun and was a huge amount of fun (though I’m a terrible aim). I’m planning to make trips to the shooting range a regular thing. 5 years ago
Today I shot:
- Glock 9mm
- .38 Special
- Springfield Armory 1911A
- .357 Magnum
I was most accurate with the Magnum with five rounds in three inches, but it was also the gun I took the most care shooting. Focusing on the front sight and aligning with the out-of-target focus gave me better results than focusing on the target and aligning out of focus sights.
The Glock had a nice, light trigger pull, but was so light I was very unsteady with it. The 1911 was heavy and steady, but the trigger pull was so hard it was difficult to shoot straight, I kept twisting my wrist down and to the left. 8 years ago
It’s an interesting and unusual thing to do! I want to try almost everything in my life 8 years ago
Today I woke up before the sun and drove South to a shooting range between Sumner and Orting to shoot clay pigeons out of the sky with a twelve-gauge shotgun with my dad and my sister. I managed to hit about five of them, but wasn’t actually counting.
Shooting flying targets with the shotgun was much more challenging than shooting stationary targets with a bolt action rifle. You don’t have time to line anything up in the sights so you’ve got to go by feel. Having a magazine was nice, but I didn’t count rounds the first time I was shooting so I’d forget to reload. 9 years ago
I started shooting at age 12 with my Campfire girls group. I learned on a .22 rifle. When I married I learned to shoot a 9mm. I found I could not shoot his .44 (too powerful for lil ole me!) I learned how to shoot his shotgun. I am now learning to bow hunt. 9 years ago