Sunday, January 4, 2015

Shooting for money

   Not what you think.


    Any time you pull the trigger,  you are betting the farm.   What fire arm would you right now pick up and have to take the Shot if you had to?   I've had a chance to shoot some of my latest pieces here over the last couple of days.  Due to Work, Travel, and other obligations just have not been able to get trigger time until lately.   With this,  I didn't put those pieces into the rotation.   Pistols just need a fair amount of rounds through them and then I'm happy the weapon will do its part if I do mine.  Shotguns pretty much the same.   Rifles depending on how far you are intending to shoot are a bit different.    Getting the gun, optic, ammo all playing well together are something I have to do before I'll play you bet your life with it.   Was able to shoot my SCAR 16 and ACR this weekend with glass and get them dialed in to the point I wouldn't Hesitate to pick it up and take the shot.    SCAR 17 is already dialed in.  SIG 227, M11A1 are good to go.  Ernie Langdon 220 will cut the heart out of a silhouette but won't lock back on last round.   That will wait for another day.   Take the time to know your chosen choice of mayhem.   It might make a difference some day. 


Now go shoot. 

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  1. Yep, trigger time is good! Got some yesterday and last weekend!

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