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I thought I'd create a thread where we can post shooting pictures :D

Sig P220 .45 @ 50 feet



That's painful to look at.......lean a bit forward there dear.........don't slouch back like that.

Your mother ever tell you if you did that you'd stick that way for life?! :D
 
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So, in most of these pictures the shooter is being backed up by someone holding a "thingy" near his shoulder. What is that "thingy" and what's it for?
 
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Thanks for the comments guys. I'm still learning but I appreciate the tips. :D

I think I was having a hard time holding it up with my chicken arms but I blame my trainer Joey for letting me hold the mag ;)
 

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