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Jun 09, 2012 20:25 |  #1

Went out to my buddies farm and did a bunch of drills and such today. Decided to break out the camera and snap a few.

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Jun 09, 2012 21:10 |  #2

nice shots, looks like fun




  
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Jun 10, 2012 07:17 as a reply to  @ rick_reno's post |  #3

Cool shots

Just judging by the way these people hold their weapons I'm thinking they don't shoot much.


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Jun 10, 2012 12:32 |  #4

saea501 wrote in post #14557935 (external link)
Cool shots

Just judging by the way these people hold their weapons I'm thinking they don't shoot much.

Why would you think that?

The only novice was the Asian girl, the rest are experienced competition shooters.


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Jun 10, 2012 12:37 |  #5

is that some kind of laser thing on that gun in #1?




  
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Jun 10, 2012 14:16 |  #6

rick_reno wrote in post #14558923 (external link)
is that some kind of laser thing on that gun in #1?

Not sure I know what part your referring to. The piece on the top is an Aimpoint hologram scope and then the battery holder on its side/top. The orange red out of the front is flame from the muzzle blast.


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Jun 10, 2012 14:24 as a reply to  @ rmd photography's post |  #7

Nice images I think the vignette and borders work well.


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Jun 11, 2012 08:36 as a reply to  @ jerbear00's post |  #8

Awesome grip in 7. Nice shots too. ;)


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Jun 11, 2012 08:51 |  #9

rmd photography wrote in post #14558912 (external link)
Why would you think that?

The only novice was the Asian girl, the rest are experienced competition shooters.

I haven't seen anyone holding a gun like in #7.


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Jun 11, 2012 08:54 |  #10

pwm2 wrote in post #14562222 (external link)
I haven't seen anyone holding a gun like in #7.

Its very rigid and controls recoil.


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Jun 11, 2012 09:02 as a reply to  @ pwm2's post |  #11

MP-5 or 93?

Is it suppressed or just LOOK like it?

#7 is definitely a gamer (I.e. 3-gun, IPSC/USPSA, Bianchi Cup etc). Obviously NOT NRA Conventional or CMP Service Pistol....

Interesting stock on the 10-22. Looks like one from Riflestocks.com. Nice SCAR too...




  
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Jun 11, 2012 09:13 |  #12

pwm2 wrote in post #14562222 (external link)
I haven't seen anyone holding a gun like in #7.

When I did my basic shooting class the instructor called it "two dogs f@#$ing", till now I still cant get the image out of my head, almost every IPSC shooter uses the same grip. Google Massad Ayoob "How to shoot a handgun accurately"




  
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Jun 11, 2012 10:22 |  #13

FerozeK wrote in post #14562334 (external link)
.....Google Massad Ayoob "How to shoot a handgun accurately"

I did... it didn't show that method.

Certainly a different technique than I have ever seen..but it must work if it is being used in competition.




  
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Jun 11, 2012 10:59 |  #14

Ltdave wrote in post #14562274 (external link)
MP-5 or 93?

Is it suppressed or just LOOK like it?

#7 is definitely a gamer (I.e. 3-gun, IPSC/USPSA, Bianchi Cup etc). Obviously NOT NRA Conventional or CMP Service Pistol....

Interesting stock on the 10-22. Looks like one from Riflestocks.com. Nice SCAR too...

Its not surpressed. Its an actual H&K MP5 A5. They come from the factory with the mock suppressor to hide the long 16.1" barrel that's required to make it legal without an SBR Tax Stamp.

I know he is big in the 3 gun competitions, sponsored by Larue Tactical I believe. And he does ISPC as well if I recall correctly.

The stock on the 10/22 is a Boyd's SS Evolution. Granted she isn't shooting it properly but it is an amazing race gun stock! That is a pretty new purchase and is getting a PWS carbon tension barrel soon to really liven it up!

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When I did my basic shooting class the instructor called it "two dogs f@#$ing", till now I still cant get the image out of my head, almost every IPSC shooter uses the same grip. Google Massad Ayoob "How to shoot a handgun accurately"

jwp721 wrote in post #14562700 (external link)
I did... it didn't show that method.

Certainly a different technique than I have ever seen..but it must work if it is being used in competition.

Its a pretty standard competition grip. The only thing I have heard it referred to is a "thumbs out" grip.

Here is a video of Todd Jarrett instructing on it. (He holds like 4 world shooting titles)

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Jun 11, 2012 12:19 |  #15

My wife had one flaw shooting any pistol, she kept sticking her thumb up and got twin racing stripes on her thumb from the slide coming back.After tossing the pistols 5 yards she is now a revolver advocate, no such problems unless she gets bit from the powder flash from the front of the cylinder!


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