Today’s Session

Today’s Session

Joined: August 10th, 2007, 5:51 am

October 11th, 2017, 3:17 am #1

Had to get out and shoot some more after dinner while the dishes were getting done (that’s whats kids are for ). I grabbed the P17 again and some JSB 8.4 gr pellets. I drew 22 dots on a piece of cardboard and hung it on the pellet trap in the shop. The top two dots were to sight in the 8.4 gr pellets. Once I felt confident that it was on target, I proceeded to take one shot at each dot for a total of 20 shots. These were shot standing off hand at 15 feet away from the target. I feel that I am getting better at shooting a pistol now. This has been a much needed change in my shooting lately. I was actually starting to get bored with it and the recently acquired Daisy 953 and the P17 has sparked my interest again!


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Joined: July 20th, 2005, 1:28 pm

October 11th, 2017, 5:55 pm #2

THX for the report. We often get so wrapped up in the minutia of airgunning, that we forget to have Fun!
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Joined: June 17th, 2011, 12:59 pm

October 11th, 2017, 7:30 pm #3

Had to get out and shoot some more after dinner while the dishes were getting done (that’s whats kids are for ). I grabbed the P17 again and some JSB 8.4 gr pellets. I drew 22 dots on a piece of cardboard and hung it on the pellet trap in the shop. The top two dots were to sight in the 8.4 gr pellets. Once I felt confident that it was on target, I proceeded to take one shot at each dot for a total of 20 shots. These were shot standing off hand at 15 feet away from the target. I feel that I am getting better at shooting a pistol now. This has been a much needed change in my shooting lately. I was actually starting to get bored with it and the recently acquired Daisy 953 and the P17 has sparked my interest again!


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Pretty awesome unsupported shooting. NT
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Joined: April 25th, 2003, 11:44 pm

October 12th, 2017, 12:23 am #4

Had to get out and shoot some more after dinner while the dishes were getting done (that’s whats kids are for ). I grabbed the P17 again and some JSB 8.4 gr pellets. I drew 22 dots on a piece of cardboard and hung it on the pellet trap in the shop. The top two dots were to sight in the 8.4 gr pellets. Once I felt confident that it was on target, I proceeded to take one shot at each dot for a total of 20 shots. These were shot standing off hand at 15 feet away from the target. I feel that I am getting better at shooting a pistol now. This has been a much needed change in my shooting lately. I was actually starting to get bored with it and the recently acquired Daisy 953 and the P17 has sparked my interest again!


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shooting looks good to me even at that range.

A question if I may. I have just logged in to Snapagogo. How do you post those good pics without all the personal and data stuff in the surrounds of your pic?
Regards, Harry.
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Joined: August 10th, 2007, 5:51 am

October 12th, 2017, 4:19 am #5

I do not know how to answer your question... sorry.

This is what I have done...

At Snapagogo site in my album where my images are, I first choose the image I want the links to by clicking on the image. That brings up the photo itself. Under the image on the left there is some text that says "Embed Codes, Links & URLS". I click on that text and it brings up a list of choices (links) to choose from. I pick the HTML link from the Medium image (linked) box and copy that. Then I paste that link in the body of my post and what you see is what you see here below in the actual post.

Hopefully this will get you going.

Medium image (linked) HTML

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Here is an experiment...

This is from the Direct Links choices, Medium URL...



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Maybe this is what you are looking for????

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Joined: August 10th, 2007, 5:51 am

October 12th, 2017, 4:39 am #6

THX for the report. We often get so wrapped up in the minutia of airgunning, that we forget to have Fun!
And thank you!

I get wrapped up in the minutia too... I was getting bored and then the 953 came along. That is a refreshing little rifle. Then shortly after came the P17. WOW! That is a fun pistol. I can't wait to come home and shoot it. Shooting paintballs at 15 feet outside is soooo fun. The younger boys really enjoy shooting it too. We sit outside and shoot together just having simple, pure fun!

Here is a quick video of my 5 year old shooting the P17. It's only 12 seconds long.

https://youtu.be/_k_So3Q56is
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Joined: April 25th, 2003, 11:44 pm

October 12th, 2017, 11:13 am #7

I do not know how to answer your question... sorry.

This is what I have done...

At Snapagogo site in my album where my images are, I first choose the image I want the links to by clicking on the image. That brings up the photo itself. Under the image on the left there is some text that says "Embed Codes, Links & URLS". I click on that text and it brings up a list of choices (links) to choose from. I pick the HTML link from the Medium image (linked) box and copy that. Then I paste that link in the body of my post and what you see is what you see here below in the actual post.

Hopefully this will get you going.

Medium image (linked) HTML

<span style="font:10px arial;">Uploaded at Snapagogo.com

Here is an experiment...

This is from the Direct Links choices, Medium URL...



^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Maybe this is what you are looking for????

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Nt
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