Shot my HK pistols at 100 yards today.

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      Senior Member -gunut-'s Avatar
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      Shot my HK pistols at 100 yards today.

      Hey all! Well I was able to hit the range today and boy the weather was nice! I did the whole rifle, shotgun, pistol thing and decided to try some distance shooting with my last box. I usually shoot at around 12 yards so this was new for me. I decided to put some bowling pins down range and take a few shots at them. I went back to 100 yards (never shot that far before) and I was amazed by the HK's accuracy! I was shooting my USP Tactical .45 and USP Compact .45. I was standing un-supported and was able to hit the pins consistently within two rounds with the tactical. I was able to hit many with the first shot. The compact was a little harder (I am not as good with that one yet). I was able to hit the pins about every 5 rounds or so. Anyone else amazed by this?! What other guns do your guys have that can shoot this well? So far I have been very impressed with the Pistol's performance!




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      I took a jack rabbit out, at about 50 yards, with my HK USP9f. It was a 1 shot one kill. I hit it right behind the head and it ran for about 20 yards then just stopped moving.
      Last edited by VegasEgo; 06-21-2007 at 09:09 PM.

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      It's not surprising. A good pairing of a good sidearm with the right shooter will do it. All of my revolvers are capable of such performance in my hands. My sole auto, not so. Good shooting nonetheless.

      It wasn't just the pistol. It was you too.

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      Cool target

      i would like to try the same thing w/my sig,
      but my shooting range wont let us set anything up on the range to shoot at except their targets.
      im sure i could do the same thing though after shooting a tennis ball size hole in the human figure targets head at 25 yards, the very first time i shot my sig new out of the box.

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      Great shooting. What kind of holster and mag carriers are those? They look sweet, do you like them?

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      I love shooting 100 yards with my pistols. I get some funny looks. I don't shoot pins, I like to put up a man size Silhouettes just to see if I have a kill. Most of the time I do and I'm surprise at how little I have to adjust my aim to hit one. It's a lot of fun.

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      I took my USP40 to the range and shot clay birds at 100 yards. Usually about 3 rounds to bust one, but awesome for a handgun.

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      Quote Originally Posted by scorpiusdeus View Post
      Great shooting. What kind of holster and mag carriers are those? They look sweet, do you like them?
      They are comp-tac (www.comp-tac.com) and they rock! Best kydex holsters available IMO

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