Last Sunday, I met my friend and dental school classmate, Carl, for a day at the range.
Our goals included shooting a lot of different guns and sighting in the precision rifle Carl custom-built for me.
The video starts with various clips of Carl and me shooting a variety of guns at a “plinking” range, including:
- Chiappa Rhino (snubbie)
- FNP-45 Tactical
- S&W 642
Then we went to the 300-yard range to sight in the precision rifle. I added a new scope and bipod to the AR-15. Ammo used was Federal’s premium Gold Medal Match 77-grain Sierra Matchking bullets. Once we got the scope zeroed, I was hitting the x-ring pretty consistently.
After we got the scope zeroed, Carl set up some “bad guy” honeydew melons as targets. I think you’ll enjoy the results, including video from the “melon-cam.” The video runs a bit long, but the slow-motion melon hits are worth it! 😀 (Or you can skip ahead to 7:14 to see the “melon cam” footage.)
You can watch the video embedded below, or directly on Youtube.
A few “extra” bits of the same range visit: