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.

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