This is a discussion on Charter Arms 3" .44 Special Range Trip within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Finally got to take the .44 to the range today after finding out the local range has reloaded range ammo for it . I only ...
Finally got to take the .44 to the range today after finding out the local range has reloaded range ammo for it . I only put 50 rounds down range due to money and to keep from bruising my hand. Compared to the Taurus .357 I once had, this gun has more controllable recoil. Shooting SA I was able to keep pretty tight groups at 15 yards. Although my groups were all 2-3" left (not sure if it was me or the gun). At 7 yards everything going right where I aimed. I can't wait to get my holster and ammo so I can start carrying it.
I also took the chance to adjust the rear sight on the Bersa and to cycle some new 9mm HST's through the Glock. Great day at the range, lots of people, mainly women. A grandfather was there letting his grandson shoot what looked like a S&W 500, or at least a .44 mag. The gun was huge, and the holes it left looked the same or bigger than mine. Either way, nice to see lots of people enjoying a nice Saturday at the range.
Sounds like a good day. Went out and shot my AK today. It is an East German clone and is smooth to shoot. You will probably need to shoot the Charter from a rest to see if it is the gun or you at 15 yards. Mine shoots to point of aim, unfortunately my aim is all over. LOL
We will be much better off when we learn to deal with things as they really are, instead of how we wish them to be!