Yours Truly, shooting the saddle gun ( my good side, all hat and ears )
While I trudged off to the gunsmith with the 22 to get some help with the egregious jam, Belle proceeded to drill the Bullseye dead center with the very first round out of Natasha. Rounds from both rifles were run through these targets.
Don't mess with the
Kx59's Target: (one little 22lr solidly in the bull)
With me, it's more like feeling for the center. With my eyesight and bifocals, I can't actually discern the bullseye at 25 yards. But, I know it's there somewhere.
Our targets from shooting Belle's XDM at 7 yards. It seems the harder I tries the worser I shoots. Once I dial down the GSF*, and settle in I get more rounds in the red parts. I got more in, than out, so I 'm good with that. Belle is still having troubles with shooting low and left. (perp is still dead, but it annoys her)
After the afternoon's recoil therapy, we headed over to our favorite Vietnamese Bistro for a late lunch. I feel good all over now. I've spent a lot more time shooting shotguns than rifles or pistols. My old 22 is just anticlimactic after shooting Belle's Tokarev. When you pull the trigger on her SVT 40, you know you have shot a Rifle.
*GSF: give a shit factor