A Gray and Rainy Day at the Range

Discussion in 'Firearm Related' started by rjinga, Jun 7, 2017.

  1. rjinga

    rjinga Member

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    The rifle was a PTR 91, GI model; the ammunition was Wolf Polyformance steel-cased. I shot off of a table with a gun rest. Iron sights only; no scope.

    The 1st target is at 25 yds. The squares are 1â€, so the bulls-eye has a 2†diameter.
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    I made a windage adjustment to move the POI slightly to the right and then fired at the 2nd target. It was set at 25 yds also, and is supposed to simulate a full-size Army “D†(dog) target at 100 yds. I scored 35 out of 35 points possible.
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    Then I moved out to 100 yds.
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    I fired five shots at Mr. Bones’ head. Not a pretty group (I’m still learning where the bullet rise is at that distance), but all of the shots would be lethal. I also made one more windage adjustment at the end of that string.
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    Next I fired 10 rounds at the upper CM box.
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    And then I finished up the box of ammo with five rounds each at two more targets at 100 yds again.
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    And if I ignore the obligatory flyer you have when you’re shooting Wolf ammo:
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  2. Myright

    Myright Freedom Loving Citizen

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    Nice shooting!
     

  3. nutnless220

    nutnless220 Member

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    Great job! That's good shooting with irons at 100.
     
  4. rjinga

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    Thank you.