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Looks pretty neat. How many rounds did you fire? What type of target is this? What is the group size? You must fire strings of 5 shots, and mark them separately.

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Thanks. I fired 10 rounds. This is a rapid fire target. Forgot to Mark after first string. Not sure about the group size.

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Sorry if am posting in wrong thread... Visited range today with Six shooter bro, At start when i started shooting with TP-9 could not even hit the board but Thanks to Six shooter his hard efforts and Tips made me to make a Group at 10 M.. Hats off for SS and njoyed shooting P07 duty..


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Well it was a pleasure indeed .
I am happy that whatever I learned through this forum I was able to pass on to another member. It really made me happy when khan bro after some tips was able to shoot right groups. Man he is a fast learner. And off course he loved the P07.

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Nice of you 6S :)
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Tanks HMR

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That's very good shooting and I can see that every time you shoot, their is some improvement. Very nice. :text-bravo:

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Thanks sir :)

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SS bro ,
Nice shooting bro ,You need some more range visits now :)

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Got opportunity to shoot Saif's TSX. It was an absolute treat. A novice like me was able to shoot tight groups.
Saif kept on saying "good shooting" and I kept on saying "Good handgun". :D
S&B FMJ ammo, 25 M with both hands.

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Thats very good shooting from a very good handgun :)


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Excellent shooting :text-bravo:

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Excellent shooting SS.

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Good Shooting with a Good Pistol.
I was able to follow your shot strings even when you marked them in Urdu.
You need to see if he will let you try that pistol at 50 meters.

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Thanks Saif, KBW, Wajeeh and LAGS.
For 50 M I will have to go to a bigger range. It has a very smooth trigger, the grip is awesome and the slide to frame fit is really tight.

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A smooth trigger always help. I wonder how ppl shoot well with heavy trigger pulls.


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Guys, what's wrong here?
1. I was shooting after 3 and a half months.
2. Have fired no more than 100 rounds form this handgun CZ 75B. :)

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Holy gunsmith please help! The gun needs a trigger job and some competition hammer :pray:

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Guys, what's wrong here?
1. I was shooting after 3 and a half months.
2. Have fired no more than 100 rounds form this handgun CZ 75B. :)

Holy gunsmith please help! The gun needs a trigger job and some competition hammer :pray:
Before the experts give their advices, let me chip in with my bid. I don't find anything wrong here either with your gun or with you, in fact, it is pretty good shooting. You only need to adjust your sights and that's all. ;)

It is up to you to do anything with your gun but looking at the target, I don't see a need of fiddling with this gun. It is good enough IMHO and you just need to practice more with it. What are you looking for..... all bullets passing through one hole :confusion-questionmarks:

The only help you need here is in making sure that you visit the range regularly :mrgreen:

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Thanks sir. Actually I was confused because I was aiming center mass but hitting 3'O clock.
Will be regular now.
And you are the expert. :D

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I think that was just a windy day, :mrgreen:

These shots would have gone towards 9 O'clock if you would have shot from the opposite direction. :whistle:

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These shots would have gone towards 9 O'clock if you would have shot from the opposite direction. :whistle:
And would have hit 6 o'clock had he been shooting up side down, hanging with a rope attached with a tree AND we would have immediately opined that he is flinching :roll:

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I might as well try all these, someday. :lol:

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Good shooting SS. We need a sight pusher now. I would not want to pound a hammer and a sight punch on such a nicely blued hammer..

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Nice Shooting SS bro :)

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