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Getting The Hard A

A habit I got into many, many years ago was to document my range sessions or any shooting. The primary reason was to get accurate data for service and failures.  Suffer a parts breakage? Instead of guessing the round counts? Just pull the data.  But it gets better. Two unforeseen benefits of documenting rounds and sessions were:  One: My estimated …

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3 Second Par Time

Blowing the dust off the VP9 and playing with a 3 second par time. And the video tells the tale: I need to work on one handed shooting in general. Throwing stuff left and right.  Ugh.  Sincerely,  Marky www.John1911.com “Shooting Guns & Having Fun”

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The Best Manual Of Arms?

What is the best manual of arms? My advice is to master “one kind” first, and only then revaluate and grow from there. Only then can you decide for yourself what works good, better and best. Marky www.John1911.com “Shooting Guns & Having Fun”

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Barricade Shooting: Don’t Just Shoot Prone

Just trying to get a little practice in on the barricade. Getting used to the new chassis and suppressor. Rifle: Blaser. Caliber: 243 Chassis: GRS Ragnarok.  Ammo: Federal 243 Soft Point. Suppressor: Silencerco Harvester. Glass: Steiner. Barricade: VTAC.   Sincerely,  Marky www.John1911.com “Shooting Guns & Having Fun”

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POTD – Zero Confirm At The Cool Kid Range

Had the chance to run over to the Cool-Kid LE range and do some quick zero tweaking. We have a thing. So in order to get the things ready for the thing, we had to run over to the place and mess with our things.  I’m sure that all makes complete sense.  😉    Sincerely,  Marky www.John1911.com “Shooting Guns & …