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Presentation and My Pedersoli Gibbs .45 six shots at 100 meters
#21
Some tests done because desperation in finding a compromise to shoot the PP that are somewhat mangy
6 shoots at 110 yards with the best damn flyer
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Could be good but finished powder, however, from the previous not having lubricated the patch barrel is dirty more
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An alternative to the use 1,5F 2F which has performed remarkably well
Note that although the particle size is different, there is practically no difference in speed
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Decreasing the dose widens
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Conclusion: I stubbornly use boots on 65-70 max 80 but I found that for PP it takes so GASSSSSSSSS
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#22
After a year of pause i made other experiments.
This resulted in 110 yards of slightly lubricated paper with shoe fat
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#23
Hello everyone,
This weekend I participated in a wine race in my country and I tested 100 and 200 meters with my Gibbs.
At 100 meters after two shots I realize I have four and at that moment I hear the bang on my left and pierce my target.
Here I got very angry and screamed at the competitor who was firing at my target, he had also shot badly, one low and two high   Angry
I continued with my session, the shots went slightly to the left (I did not understand why, the last time at the shooting range all went in the center) I did not touch the drift to the diopter.
Convinced of having to shoot 15 shots like 200 meters, they took me two 10.
That Saturday I was 1st, but on Sunday I relegated to 2nd place.
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Then I made the series to 200, after a first shot at 12 o'clock on the edge of the black, I started to turn around 9 and a few 8, wow, the 9 today was my passion   Tongue
And here I was 1st and won the race  :grin:
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Then with the tickling of the index finger but with the doubts of all competitors on the feasibility, even shoot at 500 meters, the first two shots I did not see them and I thought they were at the foot of the shape on the ground, corrected the rise and I made 2 more , I imagined, perhaps for the enthusiasm to see one at 10 o'clock and no longer touched the diopter.
Shoot and shoot .... but honestly the holes were not even seen with a 60x zeiss.
But when the sign arrived I was satisfied more than the previous results.
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#24
Congratulations on your competition shooting.

500 yards has good vertical spread; looks like wind may have been widening the group. The Gibbs is good for distances a lot further than 500 yards (we shoot them in the UK out to 1200 yards) - hopefully you will get more opportunity for long range shooting; it sounds like you enjoyed it.

David
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Firearms, long range target shooting and associated history
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#25
I am very satisfied, it is the first time I shoot 500 meters (550 yards)
I have seen that the vertical dispersion is very limited, while the horizontal dispersion is certainly the fault of the wind.
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