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Posted: April 24 2017 at 2:05pm | IP Logged Quote M700

Well heck, I've shot 100% before, but today had to settle for 97%. Still, it was an awful lot of fun to be at the range with my cop buddies. Love it when I can spend time with them, particularly if we're shooting!

Used my .45 1911 Kimber of course. Great day!

Regards, Guy
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Posted: April 25 2017 at 6:41am | IP Logged Quote Ham Gunner

I look forward to doing my POST training each year. Mostly just for the opportunity to visit a bit with my old fellow officers that I worked with for so many years. I usually end up going out for lunch with a few of my closer buddies.

Of course, we still have a small bit of competition with our scores, but most of us have little trouble punching the holes in the proper parts of the target.

73 de n0ubx Rick - NRA BENEFACTOR LIFE MEMBER/VFW LIFE MEMBER - A government big enough to GIVE you
everything you want, is strong enough to TAKE everything you have. - Thomas Jefferson

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Posted: May 18 2017 at 11:51am | IP Logged Quote Riggs

I seem to turn a lot of heads when I shoot my requalification with a
revolver and moonclips. The guys look at me like I walked out of a
history book.

Had a 9mm auto on the job. Now that I'm on my own time I'll stick with
my 4" .45 acp S&W 625.
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