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Did a private class for a student this past Sunday and one of the diagnostic drills I use is Rastoff's Challenge. We have discussed it here before but the course of fire is 

4 rounds at 3 yards

6 rounds at 5 yards

6 rounds at 7 yards 

4 rounds at 10 yards

All rounds must be in the X ring for a perfect score.

 

I put up an extra target for me and shot it cold.......

 

 

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First live fire lessons with a .22.  GD is 8.  Range 20 yds.

I have seriously begun to question how many of you TGO regulars actually go to the range and shoot your guns, and how many of you just buy them to let them sit at your house.  Or worse yet, how many o

I dont shoot much paper but here is my range at the family farm that i shoot at every other week or so

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5 minutes ago, Cruel Hand Luke said:

Did a private class for a student this past Sunday and one of the diagnostic drills I use is Rastoff's Challenge. We have discussed it here before but the course of fire is 

4 rounds at 3 yards

6 rounds at 5 yards

6 rounds at 7 yards 

4 rounds at 10 yards

All rounds must be in the X ring for a perfect score.

 

I put up an extra target for me and shot it cold.......

 

 

IMG_2727.jpg

And people say dry firing practice doesn't work!  Thanks for sharing.

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44 minutes ago, Cruel Hand Luke said:

Did a private class for a student this past Sunday and one of the diagnostic drills I use is Rastoff's Challenge. We have discussed it here before but the course of fire is 

4 rounds at 3 yards

6 rounds at 5 yards

6 rounds at 7 yards 

4 rounds at 10 yards

All rounds must be in the X ring for a perfect score.

 

I put up an extra target for me and shot it cold.......

 

 

IMG_2727.jpg

The hard part is convincing yourself that no time limit means no time limit. Go slow, relax between shots, take a couple deep breaths.   You don't have to hit the x ring 20 times in a row, you have to hit the x ring once, 20 times. 

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19 hours ago, Cruel Hand Luke said:

Did a private class for a student this past Sunday and one of the diagnostic drills I use is Rastoff's Challenge. We have discussed it here before but the course of fire is 

4 rounds at 3 yards

6 rounds at 5 yards

6 rounds at 7 yards 

4 rounds at 10 yards

All rounds must be in the X ring for a perfect score.

 

I put up an extra target for me and shot it cold.......

 

 

IMG_2727.jpg

 

No time?   What target?  

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2 hours ago, Capbyrd said:

 

No time?   What target?  

The target is a B-27 and there is no time limit. I use a B27 center  with the red x ring . 

It is a purely accuracy intensive test that is supposed to be shot cold (no warmup). 

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Just now, Cruel Hand Luke said:

The target is a B-27 and there is no time limit. I use a B27 center  with the red x ring . 

It is a purely accuracy intensive test that is supposed to be shot cold (no warmup). 

I just got back from shooting this with my Glock (cold) and my Shield 2nd...it's humbling because there is no reason for me to miss my hits other than me LOL.

Thank you for the challenge Randy. Great exercise!

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28 minutes ago, Cruel Hand Luke said:

The target is a B-27 and there is no time limit. I use a B27 center  with the red x ring . 

It is a purely accuracy intensive test that is supposed to be shot cold (no warmup). 

I'll try and remember to shoot it this week. 

 

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This is my range, known as Magaland. It’s in Dekalb County near Center Hill Lake. It’s only 5 acres, but it’s mine, it’s paid for, and it’s fun 🙂

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4 hours ago, gr8smiles said:

This is my range, known as Magaland. It’s in Dekalb County near Center Hill Lake. It’s only 5 acres, but it’s mine, it’s paid for, and it’s fun 🙂

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Very nice there gr8smiles

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Added a reflex sight to my S&W 41.  Used some .22 shorts to sight it in my garage. 


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