A clean target

Yesterday, Adam and I headed out to the range. Adam has a new mil-spec 1911 .45 from Springfield Armory. He pounded through 100 rounds of hardball. It was awesome.

We’ve been going out shooting more regularly for at least a few months now, and I have finally cleaned a target. (A clean target refers to a target with all ten shots in the ten or X-rings.) It was probably in rapid fire time, which is ten seconds per string of five shots, though I wasn’t shooting with range commands. Regardless, I haven’t cleaned a target for a few, oh, say five years. It’s sort of a mental milestone. Now I expect to shoot 100’s more frequently.

Author: Davin Granroth

Davin is Chief Operating Officer for Covenant Eyes, Inc. in Owosso, MI, USA, where he gets to mix his background in user experience design, research, and strategy with the operation of a software company. For more, see his LinkedIn profile.

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