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Thanks HMR for kind words but i really didn't do anything just gave them confidence and they've done it....


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No probs HMR, you will do better next time. Can you give more details, pics of the tournament? Thanks

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Thanks for sharing the pic.


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Thanks,
Nice sharing, hope to see more of this tournament.


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In my view it is a great performance. I know you worked very hard but couldn't do well on final day as it can happen with anyone. The fact of the matter is that you have acquired a skill that nobody can take away from you. Just stay the course and you will get many medals. Don't get distracted. Best wishes. :text-bravo:

My heartiest congrats to Glockism, Arsalan for giving an outstanding performance in the Nationals. I wish you guys all the best in coming competitions also :text-bravo: It would be great if few pics and other details regarding matches, organisation etc are shared with the members.

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Congratulations Azeem and Arsalan (as well as all others who secured positions). WELL DONE! :)

It's so good to see more and more civilians joining the sport of competition shooting. :)

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In my view it is a great performance. I know you worked very hard but couldn't do well on final day as it can happen with anyone. The fact of the matter is that you have acquired a skill that nobody can take away from you. Just stay the course and you will get many medals. Don't get distracted. Best wishes. :text-bravo:

Thank you very much for the kind words sir. You have boosted my morale which was direly needed.
National Shooting Championship was hosted by Navy at Karsaz Shooting Range. There were many events of pistol / rifle and Trap-Skeet. Two events which will be of interest to our members would be Big Bore amateur and professional category. Our members can participate as a member of respective province's rifle club. Glockism inspired range members to practice and compete as a Sindh Rifle club team members and they were able to win team Gold and Silver medals and an individual Silver in the competition. Each team consists of 3 players and a fourth member is allowed to participate for individual medal.
Calibers allowed are from .32 to .45 and pistol or a revolver may be used. There is a limit of minimum 1000 gms trigger pull weight on the gun and in professional category only single hand hold is allowed. For amateur category, only those players are allowed to play who have not yet participated in any national level competition.
Total of four, 5 shot strings are scored with 5 sighters in the beginning. Time for each string is 5 minutes.
I think that any shooter who practices regularly with correct technique can win a medal in amateurs category. Shooters who can score 180/200 with single or both hand hold stand a very good chance of winning a gold medal.


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Started shooting after break of nearly an year. Will take a lot of practise to improve.

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That is not bad at all, considering a year's gap.

You have mastered pretty much everything there is to master, and practice will take you back to your throne...

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@ HMR
Sir Jee... Waiting for your call for duty :handgestures-salute:

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That is not bad at all, considering a year's gap.

You have mastered pretty much everything there is to master, and practice will take you back to your throne...

Cheers...


HMR is an awesome shooter NG. He has probably forgotten more about shooting than we would ever learn. His modesty is the only thing that surpasses his shooting skills. A lot of the "senior" members are on this position because of his on-ground training and tips.

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FK and NG bro I am flattered but with the practise I put in, I should be at par with KBW sb, Saif and others which I am not. Hope to shoot at least as good as them someday.


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Moved to 25m single hand. Was disappointed with the results mostly. Need a lot of hard work

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1st group 8 in
2nd--- 7 in
3rd----- 4.5 in
4th----- 6.5 in
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Second target shot was to zero the gun. I was able to do it within 5 shots. Tried further two strings. Last string in sqaures was a 44/50, 5 in group which was a morale booster.
1st string ---- 8.5in
2nd -----------5in (44/50)

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Very nice shooting HMR

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That's good shooting :)

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HMR wrote:
Moved to 25m single hand. Was disappointed with the results mostly. Need a lot of hard work

25M Single hand hold
CZ-85 Combat Modified
Norinco 311 FMJ

1st group 8 in
2nd--- 7 in
3rd----- 4.5 in
4th----- 6.5 in
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That's not bad at all to be honest with single hand, and that too after a year...
I'm sure you'll tighten up those blondes pretty soon ... :)
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Second target shot was to zero the gun. I was able to do it within 5 shots. Tried further two strings. Last string in sqaures was a 44/50, 5 in group which was a morale booster.
1st string ---- 8.5in
2nd -----------5in (44/50)

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Was this single handed or both hands?
Much better result though :)
See - you are already getting back into the game...string by string...

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I have 4 range sessions under the belt now so there can be no excuses. It was single hand hold.


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Well I can not comment on single handed shooting as I have yet to fire my first single handed shot down range.

Having 4 sessions does not mean tighter groups IMPO. I think with the right mindset, a couple of sessions should be enough. I remember going through KBW's thread where he spend months and moths trying to figure out what he was doing wrong and the reason why he couldn't manage his par score. What I make out of his thread was the mindset :)

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HMR,

What would you say is a standard benchmark for an above average shooter, from 25M target in terms of group size in inches?

Is it 5inch group or would you say a 3inch group would be more appropriate?

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I would request KBW Sb to comment on that.


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Thanks HMR for kind words but i really didn't do anything just gave them confidence and they've done it....


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CZ-85 Combat Modified (2.5 Lbs Trigger)
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4.4In
7.8In
5.6In
4.3in

Need a lot of discipline and practise.



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That's some good improvement considering last visit you had :)

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