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    Default Pistol competition

    Didn't feel I was quite good enough yet to use my index finger on the trigger, so I kept it busy on the shutter:

    Shongum 4-6-13 Pistol Match-8004274

    Shongum 4-6-13 Pistol Match-8004297

    Shongum 4-6-13 Pistol Match-8004297-2

    Shongum 4-6-13 Pistol Match-8004449


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    Perfect timing on #2/3. Awesome. TFS.
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    That third shot is pretty cool.....

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    ditto the timing on the third shot.
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    Another vote for the revolver pic. I bet that'd look pretty cool in a late-afternoon/evening shot, when you could see the muzzle flash.

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