that sounds great!
we have some very imaginative folks (who seem to have way too much time on their hands LOL)... one of the guys built a um, i guess you'd call it a wooden railroad track, that curved out from behind a portable wall... right up to your toes... anyhow, once you double tapped the first two targets on your left, the range officer released the last target... and this whole target stand with silohuette would roll down the ramp behind the wall, and curve around the corner and charge you. you had about 1.5 seconds to get two to the center before it ran over your toes (if you weren't paying attention).
i have never laughed so hard in my life watching people do this cof.
these folks were in total panic, and nonetheless, were putting some perfect holes in the target. amazing.
posted on 02/22/2003 11:33:28 PM PST
by glock rocks
(God bless America.)
To: glock rocks
Trajectory x Mass - Time + Fear is quelled by Pucker Ffactor with proper training every time ......:o)
You ever play the chain game ? ya take a line and suspend it across the range. Hang about 7 bowling pins from individual lines suspended from the original "clothesline" across the range. Everyone gets their basic load (this was a game I played in DOD & LEO world) of say three magazines. Best when all involved have same load capacity or else mandate a 7 round limit in HiCap magazines.
Now each shooter gets to draw and try and hit each pin (that is stationary till ya hit the first one and then they are all moving.).....:o)
If the shooter hits all 7 pins, they stop and their time is taken down. They safe and holster their sidearm, "DO NOT" allow em to top off their mags and the next shooter does the same drill/COF. The most hits or last shooter with ammo left is declared the winner. In the case of a tie the time is the factor.
Good stress breaker for range day.......Stay Safe !
posted on 02/22/2003 11:52:24 PM PST
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