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Old 11-04-2017, 02:16 PM   #1
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Range report Kim TSR SOC

Took the Kimber out to the range. Tried to get the laser zeroed but it kept moving when I discovered one of the rail retention screws came out. Ha....didn't check that before I went. Both were loose and gave up till tomorrow.
Ended up just getting the feel of the suppressor sights. and here's the results.
Walmart ammo 60 rounds at 12 yards.
I like this gun.
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That target does not like that gun! Nice shooting!
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Great shooting, very accurate just as I suspected it would be.
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I have a lisp.
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Old 11-04-2017, 06:22 PM   #5
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I have a lisp.
You ain't right but your alright Gundude.
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You ain't right but your alright Gundude.


Actually if it weren’t for his left side, he’d be all right.


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Sometimes my left and right side have problems with each other.
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Your target has some good groupings. Looks like it was fun day to break a new shooter in....Congrats
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Took a few shots to figure the hold, but after that is was great. Going to shoot it tomorrow at 15 yards and stretch out to 20.
Will clean it tomorrow before I shoot. Will stay with the same ammo.
Once I get comfortable with the feel, will try some double taps. Hope to use it in a steel challenge soon (just my gun club not pros, even though some are solid)
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Nice shooting! Hard to beat a good 1911 and when it's a Kimber 1911 you get great range days ...like yours.
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