So after I got back from the range I looked at a pic I took of one of the targets.
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The result of my rapid fire looks like the outline of a horse.
Or am I the only one who sees it?
Just out of curiosity, the guy at the range told me law enforcement use the same targets... any idea at what distance they shoot them?
I ask because I'm wondering if this result (size of group, not the horse shape) is good or bad, for the third time using this gun. I normally shoot at xeroxed targets printed at home for budget reasons, which are much harder to see at distance.
The B-27 (black humanoid) was used until a few years ago. Most departments are using the "PC", "pastel" targets.
Distance and shot count are department dependent. For example: 3 ea, loading devices starting at the 15-yard line, fire one round to each target alternating shots until empty. Reload and advance to the 10-yard line and repeat. Reload and advance to the 7-yard line fire 2 rounds to center mass and 1 round to the head (failure drill) until empty. Minimum score 70%. Please note this is just an example!