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    1st time shooting the PS90

    Well, I finally got to try my new gun this morning. It misted a little while - I was afraid I would be foiled by the rain - but it worked out.

    I had prev bore sighted my Eotech, so when I started to shoot, I was on the paper at least. But, I had to make some minor adjustments. It took me 50 shots before I was satisfied with my Eotech sighting. I take asthma medicine and allergy medicine, and it sometimes causes my hands to shake a bit. I had that issue today, so I think some of my adjustments kinda went back and forth, and it may have been me and not the sight.

    Anyway, the pic below shows a 50 yard target. U'll see 2 shots on each side of the bullseye. I made 1 final ajustment AFTER this target, and finally got the center. But, this shows that the gun groups pretty well.


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    Shot a lot of shots at 25 yards. It shoots about 2 inches low at 25 yards.

    Here is another pic of 25 yards (I aimed a little higher on this target - sits not quite two inches lower):



    Finally, I sighted in my laser at about 10 yards. That is nice to have it hit right where I wanted it to.

    The gun worked flawlessly, with no issues. I prev shot a PS90, so I knew what to expect. Much lower recoil and noice than other rifles.

    Luckily, I had the range to myself for the 1st hour. I kept walking up and down the 50 yard range after every 2-3 shots to make fine adjustments. The next time I go shoot will be more fun, as I won't have to be messing with sight adjustments...

    I shot 100 rounds today...

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    That is a fine group there Ship. I had the opertunity to shoot a P90 ( not PS) full auto. Now that was a blast, literally. My groups with the P90 wern't that good. But, the targets were of the opertune kind, casn, bottles, and a watermelon. In full auto, it was a dream to shoot.

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    Well, I got my strap in this evening. Too bad I didn't have it this morning...



    Now, I'm all set - I might buy the larger cocking handle knobs - but otherwise, I am set

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benzbuilder View Post
    That is a fine group there Ship. I had the opertunity to shoot a P90 ( not PS) full auto. Now that was a blast, literally. My groups with the P90 wern't that good. But, the targets were of the opertune kind, casn, bottles, and a watermelon. In full auto, it was a dream to shoot.
    I WISH I could shoot a full auto P90 p

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    Good show there Ship. Takes awhile to get all the kinks out with a new piece. Good Luck with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
    Good show there Ship. Takes awhile to get all the kinks out with a new piece. Good Luck with it.
    Appreciate it. My wife is fed up with all the money I've spent on it

    I have 1 more mag on the way, and after that, I think I better chill or I'll be in the doghouse

    I used sandbags at the range, but not all the ranges I go to have them, so I bought a leather bag setup at Wal-Mart. That was the item that put me over in her eyes

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    Does it feel like shooting a nail gun? I only know one other person who owns one and that is how he describes it.

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    Well, I never shot a nail gun before

    But I can say that the recoil is very low. So, I guess someone could say that. The design is very ergonomic when shouldered too.

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    If you ever get a chance to shoot a true P90, go for it. I'll post a vid in a new thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTDefender View Post
    If you ever get a chance to shoot a true P90, go for it. I'll post a vid in a new thread.
    Yea, I saw your video. Pretty kewl.

    I took my PS90 to the range a week ago - an indoor range this time. I sighted in my red laser at 7 yards. Wanted it for home defense ranges. But, after that, shooting at an indoor range was kinda boring. I plan to start taking it to the longer, outdoor ranges in the future.

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