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Thread: Long range pistol and revolver shooting.

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    Long range pistol and revolver shooting.

    A video response to a challenge put up by a fellow YouTube buddy.
    Enjoy.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KP0DJFiLaUg&t=4s
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    That was kewl thanks
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    I videoed myself getting 5 hits with 5 shots on a 24” steel plate with my Colt’s .44 Special SAA 7 1/2” at 100 yards with one hand. Can’t figure out how to get the video up on this website. Frankly it’s kind of boring to watch.

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    Interesting---congratulations!
    A box of premium carry ammo is too expensive at about $30, so I've spent $1,000 on molds, lead, lube, primers, and powder over the past 10 years to make some that's cheaper!

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    best i could do was 3 in a row on a 10" steel plate at 100 yards with my 7 1/5 RSBH 44 magnum
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Jack Hammer View Post
    I videoed myself getting 5 hits with 5 shots on a 24” steel plate with my Colt’s .44 Special SAA 7 1/2” at 100 yards with one hand. Can’t figure out how to get the video up on this website. Frankly it’s kind of boring to watch.
    The easiest way we have found is to upload it to YouTube then just copy the link to post it here.
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    What kind of .22 pistol is that? 190 yards with a .22 is some excellent shooting!

    The range I go to just setup some steel targets at 100. Next time I go I'll be bringing my S&W 929 and at least one 1911 to do some long range practice. A 8" plate at 100 isn't as impressive as a soda can but you gotta start somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reddog81 View Post
    What kind of .22 pistol is that? 190 yards with a .22 is some excellent shooting!

    The range I go to just setup some steel targets at 100. Next time I go I'll be bringing my S&W 929 and at least one 1911 to do some long range practice. A 8" plate at 100 isn't as impressive as a soda can but you gotta start somewhere.
    Colt 22 target
    https://www.bing.com/images/search?v...x=2&ajaxhist=0
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