Monday, December 22, 2008

(Quite Obviously) Volk &/or Tam, I ain't.



Like I said before, rode hard & put up wet a time or two, but still...



...shoots pretty good.



Take your pick of shooty info:

a) One (1) full magazine, emptied rapid-fire (weak hand), after first leaping from a moving vehicle, executing a forward roll, dodging flaming arrows from ninjas, shooting behind the back and blindfolded. Ready for movie roles, $$$, and groupies.

b) From a distance of .5 yds, supported kneeling, 1 rd/min (approx), utilizing spotter, windflags, and jerry-rigged scope. Ready to invade internet forums with mah awesomeness.

c) Shooting from a distance of, "bout here's good" and at a medium pace. Having fun w/every shot.



Good times.

9 comments:

Bob G. said...

Sarge:
Hell, that looks like some fun, for sure.
LOL...love the "bout here's good" distancing. Gotta try that myself.

And the CZ doesn't appear to be all that beat...nothing a bluing and some lasergrips couldn't cure...heh, heh, heh.

Have a blast, and keep watchin' for those Ninjas!
(sneaky l'il buggers)

Carry on.

Jay G said...

Brother, if you were anything beyond contact distance that's DAMN good shootin'!

Fire Fox said...

Murph - sorry to be so ignorant... but what kind of gun is this? I'm new to this stuff... trying to learn the ropes.

SpeakerTweaker said...

Damn, Murph! Nice shootin.

I especially like the group around the logo. Very nice touch:)

And I love that CZ. Looks like she's been shot a few times. And there's just something about any gun w/o a full length guide rod...



tweaker

Mikael said...

Better than how my first two(and only) targets looked.

http://hem.bredband.net/b300661/newbieshots.jpg

The barrel of the Beretta 92FS _barely_ blocks another hole in the pic, bit bad placement for the photo.

As you can see, I did much better with that, then the glock(21, .45ACP). Mostly due to the trigger not being as smooth, and the sights being a bit worse(and of course, myself not having shot a pistol before, and had been a long time since I shot any rifles).

That's from 25 meters though(about 80 feet).

Vacation in thailand back in february.

Cliff47 said...

Would you expect a CZ85 to shoot anywhere near that good, as long as you hold up your part of the act?

One of my favorite makes (CZ), a bit heavy for everyday carry, but awesomely accurate. Good choice, Mate..

Murphy said...

Bob G - Thanks, debating about changing things up or just keeping it as is...

Jay G. - Funny how, when I noticed how close I was to my actual aiming point and got excited, my shots actually landed farther away...

Fire Fox - No prob, it's a CZ-85, in 9mm.

Speaker Tweaker - Pistol sniper, baby, pistol sniper...

Mikael - For a new shooter at the 25, not too shabby yourself. What I don't understand is this 'and only' stuff...

Cliff47 - Heh, (much) practice makes... pretty good, eventually.

Mikael said...

Well, I should say "and only, so far". ;)

Came back, applied to gun clubs, was told the mandatory course was in september, had some failing in communication and missed it, will likely have to wait to september 2009 to join a club(yeah, course mandatory by law, organized once a year).

Mikael said...

Actually, come to think of it, I'm planning another southeast asia(mostly thailand, with some laos and/or kambodia thrown in) vacation in september-november 2009, so looks like I'll miss the course again. I think I'll stop by the same shooting range at least once, and perhaps some others. They charged like $35(1500 bath) for 20 shots at that shooting range though, pretty steep.