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    Very First Rounds Through New S&W Shield 9mm

    3 yds; two-handed, strong-hand (right) grip; left eye closed (the blue circle has a 3-1/4” diameter) :


    3 yds; two-handed, strong-hand grip; both eyes open:


    3 yds; right-hand only grip; both eyes open:


    3 yds; left-hand only grip; both eyes open:


    3 yds; two-handed, strong-hand grip; left eye closed (mostly when shooting CM; totally when shooting at “T”):



    3 yds; two-handed, strong-hand grip; both eyes open; raise firearm and fire:


    5 yds; two-handed, strong-hand grip; both eyes open; raise firearm and fire (red +); left eye closed; slow fire (baby blue +):


    7 yds; two-handed, strong-hand grip; both eyes open (kind of slow firing):


    So far, I’m really enjoying the Shield.
    Last edited by rjinga; 01-10-2018 at 12:57 PM.
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    you'll love how good it hides....

    you shot much more center from the left side!

    you didnt say what you were shooting in it.

    are you trying any of those new 150grn low recoil rounds made for these super snubby sa's?
    say what you mean & mean what you say!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdk1968 View Post
    .... you didnt say what you were shooting in it.
    The first 50 rounds (first seven blue bulls-eye targets with one round left over) were Federal range-grade ammo, I think. I bought it at the range, but I didn't write down any of the info, and I threw the box away at the range.

    The rest of the rounds were Winchester USA Forged steel-cased 115 grain ammunition. It's a long story, that I may share at a later date, but I didn't intend to buy steel-cased ammunition. However, it shot fine in the gun (and may have even given me tighter groups). I may buy more of it in the future. $22.97 for 150 rounds at my local Walmart.
    PTR 91, GI model - "Triple B"; Chinese Type 56 SKS - "The Snow Leopard"

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