GUN 1/7 Range pics v.HK_Kimber_Glock

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  1. KIDRR

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    I still shoot best with the USP45 by far, although I think with a few hundred rounds that i'd be pretty good with the Kimber.
     
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    Well, what you shoot best with is the most important..

    .. but I have to say, your ability has expensive taste. :o
     
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    Appears to be a pretty decent indoor range there
     
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    looks like the indoor range I got except mine dont have electric target hangers, have to crank it in and out.
     
  6. i seem to shoot more like this guy on the left.. bent forward, knees bent, like a boxing stance.. i would find it difficult to stand straight up and lean back..

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    I agree with this man.


    Leaning back, on your heels while shooting gives you less mobility in a self defense situation, and makes you a bigger target than the stance of the guy on the left here. Yeah Yeah "It's just practice at the range" but when you actually need to defend yourself you're body is going to automatically follow what ever routine you use when you train...

    Good shooting though :bigthumb:
     
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    If you're ever in the Bay Area CA stop by Reeds range, nice facility.
     
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    Godwilling I never will be there :fawk:
     
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