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 Post subject: Fun in the basement
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2014 1:02 pm 
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Target 1 is with my Dan Wesson 8" revolver 4.5 mm steel bb scoped @ 9 yrds
Target 11 is my Sti Duty one 1911 4.5 mm steel bb iron sights @ 9 yrds


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 Post subject: Re: Fun in the basement
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2014 1:04 pm 
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Nice shooting with 2 "fun" guns.

Were you shooting off hand or rested?

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My PX4 Storm .177 pellet iron sights @ 9 yrds
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 Post subject: Fun in the basement
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All off hand


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 Post subject: Re: Fun in the basement
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very nice.

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 Post subject: Re: Fun in the basement
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Looks like fun to me :) I'd like to try the px4, I've heard mixed things about them, so it would be interesting to see for myself. I don't suppose you're in the Toronto area are you? If you are, you'd have a great time at GTAC - that takes the fun to a whole new level!

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 Post subject: Re: Fun in the basement
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Jim if you remind me in 2 weeks I can bring my px4 to GTAC. It is a fun popper.

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 Post subject: Re: Fun in the basement
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That would be neat - thanks. I don't think I'm going to be able to make tomorrow, so see you all there in a fortnight.


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I'm in kingston so that would be a bit of a trip, how do you find the px4 I've had it the longest and don't shoot it as well as the other two.


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 Post subject: Re: Fun in the basement
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It's because of the kickass blowback -- hardest blowback on the market, at least for its time. The gun's fairly accurate; it just takes some practice to master the blowback.


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Edmonton<500 wrote:
It's because of the kickass blowback -- hardest blowback on the market, at least for its time. The gun's fairly accurate; it just takes some practice to master the blowback.



x2... kicks like a little mule but one of my favorites to shoot for a challenge to my shooting form.... and pellet so I like that.

James I remind me later... it will actually have to be in 3 weeks.... August 4 we are dark.

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 Post subject: Re: Fun in the basement
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I had my PX4 in the garage tonight. It's a short garage so the range is about 17 feet and that's 32 shots. For all the reports of inaccuracy of this gun I'm pretty impressed. Especially since I haven't shot in around 35 years, and this is around the 4th or 5th mag through this gun.


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Nice shooting, makes me want to go and do some shooting myself


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 Post subject: Fun in the basement
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Hey damack what were you using for pellets? Flat, pointed, round nose? Just wondering.


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Canuck4393 wrote:
Hey damack what were you using for pellets? Flat, pointed, round nose? Just wondering.


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