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 Post subject: Wajeeh Hasan's Shooting Thread

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Posting yesterday's session results.
Ammo PoF 9mm
Distance 10m

Your valuable suggestions/advice on the score and groups. Please let me know if any scoring error is made.

Thanks to Saif for fixing the sight error/zeroing.


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 Post subject: Re: Session results - Baikal Viking handgun

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Looks pretty decent to me, except for a few flyers. Keep practicing and you shall do even better. :greetings-waveyellow:

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You are welcome. Do let me know if any adjustment is till required.
Nice Shooting, you are still flinching and jerking while shooting. Do a few dry fires in between sessions, focusing on basics, and try to concentrate on the same during actual firing.

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@Wajeeh Hasan
Very nice shooting. Don't be distracted with fliers, they will go away with practice. I would suggest you focus on trigger control and focusing on front sight. Put the distal pad of your index finger on the trigger and give it a continuous uniform squeeze till the time it breaks, without you being aware of it. This is called surprise break. Secondly, do not focus on the target. Just align the front sight tip in the rear sight bracket and put it in the centre of black area. The moment sight picture is complete shift your focus on front sight tip and DO NOT FOCUS ON THE TARGET. If your hand shakes a little, let it be. It will not make a world of difference I can assure you. Just focus on trigger and front sight tip.

Regarding dry firing practice, please go through various threads in which this issue has been discussed. You will find varying views on dry firing. Few members feels that dry firing will improve your trigger control and shooting as a whole. I feel that dry firing will not improve your shooting rather might be detrimental to your shooting in the long run. Please read different views on dry firing and only do it if you feel logically convinced.

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Thank you for the analysis and advice.


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I was just wondering ?
Does it make sense to have someone adjust your sights, that can not shoot straight ?
I dont think it is Saif that cant shoot straight.
It HAS To be His GUNS.
Sorry Saif. You just have to buy ALL new Guns.

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Saif wrote:
You are welcome. Do let me know if any adjustment is till required.

Now it shoots one inch to the left from 10m. POI is same from 115g S&B: two inches low. Will check it with 2Z.


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WH this is excellent shooting considering the fact that this was your second ever shooting session.
If you want to improve further then you'll have to read shooting threads of other members to grasp the basics told to them. I think if you could just follow the advice given by KBW in the first para of his post then you'll be ready to graduate to 15m.


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@Shariq bro, did you also shoot it for POI confirmation?

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I was just wondering ?
Does it make sense to have someone adjust your sights, that can not shoot straight ?
I dont think it is Saif that cant shoot straight.
It HAS To be His GUNS.
Sorry Saif. You just have to buy ALL new Guns.


@LAGS, LOL..I guess I will have to get some new stuff to shoot straight..and you see, the above gun was shooting 2" right, and now 1" left!

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Saif bro I fired few shots with both ammo for POI confirmation and windage error.

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I insisted that Gun may shoot left after adjustment but not right. Saif bro just obliged with my request and made more than required adjustment just to make sure.


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Was the gun zeroed on the range? Adjustment of drift adjustable sights or for that matter any sights can only be done on the range by shooting. One has to adjust, shoot and confirm. This process continues till the time desired POI is achieved.

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@KBW sb,

Yes, that is the correct way of zeroing. However, the first adjustment (if it is high such as 2.5" @10mtrs in this case) is always based either on estimate, which I do not prefer, or on calculation, which I prefer, in which we have to consider ratio of (difference between POA and POI) over the distance shot, to the ratio of adjustment required over the sight radius. Unfortunately, I could not mark initial reference on slide, and the adjustment was hence beyond what was required. Will correct mainly before hand, and fine tuning will be done at range.

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First attempt from 25m
Score: 61/110 ---55% :doh:
Viking had some sight errors, needs some zeroing

Would appreciate suggestions/feedback


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Need closer grouping to give an accurate opinion on sights. Apparently, it is shooting left, and can be drift adjusted at the next range session. Do you have any target from 15mtrs?

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15m targets are with SA. Lets wait when he posts.


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Ok guys :) Here are the targets I shot during the competition.

Alhamdolillah I won, but know there's a long way to go. Enjoyed the event thoroughly.

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Bro you shouldn't have messed with the sights :) You would have scored much better.
Congratulations. You are a quick learner.


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@Wajeeh Hassan, nice shooting brother. Which gun are you shooting BTW?

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Wajeeh Bro. very impressive shooting indeed :) :)


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Good shooting with the Viking brother

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Thank you all. Have to redo the sights and get more accuracy with no fliers!


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Congratulations bro, you did a good job.
How many rounds you have so far shot?


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Impressive shooting Wajeeh. Atleast from my perspective, lolzzz. With SB by your side you'll get better as it is just a matter of time.

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