Show Your Targets!

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by dirtyd, Jan 9, 2014.

  1. dirtyd

    dirtyd
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    Didn't see one of these threads up here so I figured I'd start one for fun. Anyways, just post up a pic of your target and maybe some specs. I'll start

    Sighted in my Savage BTVS .17hmr at 100yards, 6 rounds total.

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  2. simon99

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    Nice shooting...

    Great thread, will post some first part of next week...going shooting this weekend!
     
  3. HenryJ

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  4. HenryJ

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    LOL
    Cutting the card on the side was the instructors final exam. Fun :)

    My routine, two to body mass. If that does not stop, must be wearing armor. Two to the head. If that doesn't stop, maybe PCP. One to each hip. Take the wheels out from under and bleed'm out.

    Practice practice practice.
     
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  5. Reno911

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    Fun thread.

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    12x12 steel at 400 yards back in NV.

    I need to find somewhere up here for these guys now.

    I was shooting a frankengun AR15 build and reloads.
     
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  6. dirtyd

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    Thought I'd put up one more.

    Ruger 10/22 one of my first targets at the range. I was 5 years old! haha.
     
  7. Backfire

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    This is a Ruger #3 single shot carbine in .22 Hornet topped with a Leupold 4X Compact scope. The 5-shot group was fired at 60 yards with Hornady factory ammunition. I handload for this carbine using 30 and 40-grain bullets and 2400 powder, but this is the best group I've gotten with factory ammo.

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  8. BillM

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    Parts gun AR, 16x SuperSniper scope, cheap American Eagle 55gr.
    200 yds off a bipod, .840". The resident coyotes are in for a little
    surprise.;)

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  9. Phillyfan

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    I think you just had an awesome shooting day and wanted to brag! Honestly, I'd have done the same. In my garage taped to the cabinet doors I have the last two target sheets I used to qualify in the Air Force with, made expert marksman. On the others are my best days at the range. I'm not consistent enough to have a great target everytime so I save the ones I'm most proud of. I'll put up some pics if I get a chance. Fun thread.
     
  10. Phillyfan

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    What pisses me off the most is when I have a perfect pistol score going and then one horrible flyer. You know it before the hole is in the paper that you screwed up. Just ticks me off. Had a target with 15 holes in the three inch circle then pulled off one that was barely on the paper. Took it to my father-in-law to brag and that was the one he pointed to. Told him it was the wind, he laughed because he knew I was shooting at an indoor range.
     
  11. Nickb

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    Here are mine.
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    A few with some holes.
    Marlin 1894, 44 mag,10 shots, 50 yards.
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    All these are out of my RRA Predator Pursuit rifle, at 100 yards with only a bi pod up front.
    For size reference that's a .45 round, I didn't have any change but I always have a .45. 5 shots.
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    I can't remember if this one was 10 shots or a whole 20 round mag.
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    I always seem to have a flyer or two. I've been using targets with diamonds or triangles lately, it's easier to line up on a point rather than a circle. My neighbor told me to use white tape cut into squares on black paper. You can't see your group, then you don't worry about that one flyer messing up a good group. I will try to find some of the targets I did this on, it's pretty crazy what happens when you relax a little.
     
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    Thats very nice! Especially with a carbine!
     
  14. 40calruler

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    These are my favorite targets. My cousin and I put money on them and of course who shoots the best. Can blast out 50 targets on the way to the woods in 20 seconds with the laser printer. I like the small silhouette of 9 pics of a bad guy behind a hostage. Tiny targets to hit the bad guy and we take a point away if you hit the good guy. Fun times with a .22.
     
  15. Chunky Milk

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    Nuff Said:

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  16. HarryHaller

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    Federal ordnance M14 built with Chinese parts, surplus ammo at 100 yards open sights.

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    50 bmg at 200 yards, 5 shot group with American Eagle XM33 660 grain ammo.
     
  17. usagi

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    stock out of the box savage 10 fcp-k in 223, with commercial ammo.

    handloading should be inteesting :thumbup:

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  18. yskippy

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    Savage MK II TR w/Bushnell 3-9X

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    75 yards - one flier/group (Me - not the rifle)

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  19. Whaler

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    CZ 452 Varmint .22LR 50 yards 5 rounds front bipod no rear rest Weaver V-16 scope.

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  20. Caveman Jim

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    Bushmaster AR 15 w/Adams Arms carbine piston kit shooting PMC .223 55 gn FMJ at 30 meters during the first outing with it. First pick was to dial it in & 2nd was the prize. That metal man target out at 100 yds died a quick and humanely death for the remainder of the day!!!!
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    I hate posting picks from my supposed smart phone (they always come out sideways!!!!

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