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Re: speedloaders

Postby lndshark » Sat Mar 09, 2013 5:56 pm

So how's it going, Grassy? Let's see ya' in action! What barrel length is your Model 14? Ahhh...the best accuracy I've ever had with a handgun was with a revolver. Long ago I was issued a Model 15, 6" barrel...I wish I still had it. It was replaced with a Model 686 (6" barrel, personally-owned) and that too was a confidence-inspiring gun to shoot. I'd love to shoot our combat-qualification course with a revolver some day...

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Re: speedloaders

Postby Grassynarrows » Sun Mar 10, 2013 10:26 pm

ive got a 6 inch model 14 and a 6 inch 686. the 14 shoots like a house on fire but havent picked up my 686 yet.
\ppc match in a couple weeks, and a 4 gun also.
cant complain bud the reloader is working well and ive been building up my supply of ammo for the season.
I like that idea i should shoot our course of fire with my 14.
u shooting any ppc or ipsc or idpa?
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Re: speedloaders

Postby Bitterman » Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:10 pm

Grassynarrows wrote:It's fun
Mind you I do shoot ipsc and idpa so it's all fun to me



Well... Y'aint had any fun until you shoots y'sum 3-gun... :mrgreen:

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Re: speedloaders

Postby Grassynarrows » Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:48 pm

4 gun match in a couple weeks
Sniper gun
carbine
shotgun
pistol
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Re: speedloaders

Postby Bitterman » Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:29 pm

Grassynarrows wrote:4 gun match in a couple weeks
Sniper gun
carbine
shotgun
pistol



Sounds like fun...
Hauling all that gear can be a pain.. I had to buy a truck!
I do like the long range stuff.. The best matches I've been to though have all been in the US.
Getting off a square range and and shooing in natural terrain is great.
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Re: speedloaders

Postby Grassynarrows » Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:04 pm

Our range we go out to 550 yards.i would be into a long range match in the states like that thou.
My chums have a natural range to 875 yards that is fun
I got a crew cab truck for hauling my 3 kids around, I have the tonneau cover on it and locking tailgate for hauling gear :-)
I think for this match ill be hauling 4 of us plus gear so it will be put to use well
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Re: speedloaders

Postby lndshark » Wed Mar 13, 2013 10:17 am

Grassynarrows wrote:ive got a 6 inch model 14 and a 6 inch 686. the 14 shoots like a house on fire but havent picked up my 686 yet.
\ppc match in a couple weeks, and a 4 gun also.
cant complain bud the reloader is working well and ive been building up my supply of ammo for the season.
I like that idea i should shoot our course of fire with my 14.
u shooting any ppc or ipsc or idpa?


You'll love the 686! I wish I still had mine :cry:

I've been meaning to get into PPC. Our local private range has it regularly...I just haven't had the time. Now that our schedules are set-up (we just officially transitioned to 12's) I can actually plan when my leave days are. Just trying to decide whether to shoot my duty gun (XD40) or my Glock 21SF. I shoot better with the G21, but I can't help but think that the additional trigger time with the XD would be good for "work." As much as I'd love to shoot 3/4 gun, that too takes a lot of time. Still, I really need to get in more time with my rifle...(sigh)...

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Re: speedloaders

Postby Grassynarrows » Wed Mar 13, 2013 10:23 pm

Just got a whack of speed loaders today I have enough now that I won't have to reload once during a 150 round stage.
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Re: speedloaders

Postby Grassynarrows » Mon Sep 02, 2013 10:08 pm

got all my stuff working good won 2 trophies for ppc this summer.
got a nice guy that really helped me out a lot. :D
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