When you go to the indoor range...

When you go to the indoor range...

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    When you go to the indoor range...

    If you had one gun you could shoot which would it be (caliber)?

    Only one type of target you could use, which?

    Describe the drill / skill you'd most be interested in working?
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    Per your parameters:

    1) .45ACP
    2) Reactive (either falling, or one of those hi-vis target)
    3) Drawing from concealment and shooting from cover
    "If you make something idiot proof, someone will make a better idiot."

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    Silhouette target
    Drawing and shooting

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    Silhouette target at 5, 7, 10 yards
    Drawing and shooting two to the chest, some failure to stop drills 2 to the chest and 1 to the head.

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    I don't go to indoor ranges but when I shoot:
    1. 9mm
    2. Targets that bring up the stress level (pics of BG's with hostages, makes you really focus, more so than hitting the center of a circle)
    3. No favorite drill
    cat-hostage-duck-cute.jpghostage_2005_img_07.jpgHostage_exercise.jpg

    BTW: You suppose to shoot the gangster birds, not the kitten
    Last edited by suntzu; February 29th, 2012 at 12:50 PM.

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    We don't have an indoor range, but I think it would be the same.
    My 9 MAK (only pistol thus far, and my CCW)
    Stress targets, like Suntzu's, or overlap silhouettes. draw from concealment, and pop 3 times rapid, them again with three slow more aimed shots to compare. try to get the consistency better with repetitious firing.
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    Since indoor range rules only limit to us just standing, I shoot at Transition II silhouette targets, silhouette targets featuring a person armed with a gun, or one with a picture of an assailant with a hostage. I will shoot between 15-20 yds. supported for the first 50 rds. The next 50 rds. I will shoot unsupported (both strong and weak hand) between 7-10 yds. I can only practice shooting from the draw as well as from uncomfortable postions/CQC shooting in my home dryfiring using inert rounds. This is just for pistol only.

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