Discussion in 'On Topic' started by alverino03, Mar 14, 2004.
I didn't get a patch
thanks guys... i had a really good time with the training. this is actually my second time shooting. the first time was pretty much a free for all where the range master left out guns on the bench/stand thing and let us shoot whatever we wanted ranging from 22 pistols up to an m1a scout the .44 magnum that was there yesterday was damn wicked
I don't give people a patch. Hell I don't even give people a certificate.
very cool, but why would they convert a Beretta 96 into a 22LR? Wouldn't it make more sense to shoot the .40 S&W as a natural progression through the calibers?
there were two sessions of shooting, the class began with us shooting 25 rounds of 22 to start us off shooting. then they brought out the higher caliber ones after we were done shooting the 22s.
is it normal to shoot better (more accurate) with a higher caliber than a lower one? my grouping with the 22 was shit, but i was rather consistent when i shot the 9 and above...