#ASonnetADay – 94. “They that have power to hurt and will do none…”

If you are wondering, that target was at 30′, Glock 19.

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5 Responses to #ASonnetADay – 94. “They that have power to hurt and will do none…”

  1. sjoseph371 says:

    I respect you Fr. Z, and love that you’re a 2A supporter. HOWEVER, I’d respect you a heck of a lot more if you had used a Sig Sauer! I recommend a P320 . . . :)

    [You mean another P320? I have a full size in 9mm. But if you are offering another, I’ll take an XFive Legion or an M-18. Thanks in advance!]

  2. Semper Gumby says:

    Nice shooting Fr. Z.

    As the saying goes, “Sight Alignment, Sight Picture, Clear Front Sight Tip Resting Center Mass.”

    Speaking of lilies, see “Lilies of the Field” with Sydney Poitier and the Nuns.

  3. Semper Gumby says:

    Lilies of the Field “Amen”

    https://youtu.be/rn6w255CGkk

  4. Semper:

    I had to go somewhere yesterday to meet a guy to qualify for a thing so I had a little warm up. After, we did timed double-taps on separated targets. Fun. I averaged first shot under a second from low ready and all four on the targets (paper plates at 20′) in just under two, total. I’ve missed it.

  5. Semper Gumby says:

    Fr. Z: That’s good, rapid shooting. Range time is always quality time.

    As you know, when you can’t get to the range Dry Fire drills aid muscle memory, and dummy rounds are useful for Tap and Rack drills. Have a buddy put one dummy round randomly in your magazine so you don’t anticipate it, two randomly will add to the surprise factor, two consecutive can be used as a drill to switch to your backup weapon (e.g. dropping to one knee for a 38 in a concealed ankle holster).

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