My first range day with my jhp45 and c9

Discussion in 'Gun Reviews and Range Reports' started by misterjhpc9, Aug 30, 2014.

  1. misterjhpc9

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    not bad not bad!!!!!!!!!!!! 50 yards
     

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  2. Dagwood

    Dagwood Supporting Member

    50 yds with hand guns, pdg!
     

  3. Good group, not bad! Although, seeing the last photo, I wouldn't use it in a hostage situation ;)
     
  4. Dagwood

    Dagwood Supporting Member

    Welcome mister, btw
     
  5. Dagwood

    Dagwood Supporting Member

    And welcome to you, xj220 as well
     
  6. Bull

    Bull Just a Man Supporting Member


    That's the "Ex wife" hostage target..... She get shot first, so you have a better chance of center mass on the idiot hostage taker.
     
  7. GKC

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    Let the kidnapper have the ex. Then when he begs to return her, ask for big bucks.
     
  8. misterjhpc9

    misterjhpc9 Member

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    Yup! Thanks for the welcome
     
  9. misterjhpc9

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    Lol after shooting the hostage taker in the face multiple times I figured it would be a waste of a target to not go to work on her and practice more.
     
  10. misterjhpc9

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    What is a group? Does that mean like i have good aim?
     
  11. SWAGA

    SWAGA No longer broke... Lifetime Supporter

  12. Very impressive at 50 yards with a pistol.
     
  13. Thanks Dagwood, and nicely added Bull.

    Back at Bull, you could also go with a quote from Keanu Reeves' best film, Speed LOL ... as Jeff Daniels said, "Shoot the hostage, take them out of the equation." ;) I think he may have been referring to a leg though and not the face lol.

    To answer you jhp, a grouping is your pattern of where the rounds hit. Generally, it refers to a few rounds of firing at a time so you know how you're shooting, but can be related to overall total hits. But at 50 yds with a handgun, that's definitely a damn good group!