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I went out today to my range and sited in a few rifles and did some plinking with and my brother in laws kimber pro carry 2 and beretta 92f.I made a swinging medal target .Here is some videos with my camera.223 55 gr http://s42.photobucket.com/albums/e338/sho...nt=100_1251.flvthis is me shooting the pro carry 2 kimber . I am not sure if I like it or not its light and has a lot of muzzle jump and the brass hits me in the head LOL http://s42.photobucket.com/albums/e338/sho...nt=100_1253.flv

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...the brass hits me in the head...
That's because you have a big head! :roflmao3[1]: I can just picture you out there shooting while wearing a helmet... :roflmao3[1]:

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I love my Pro carry II. Light? it has an aluminum frame. That's a good thing IMO if you want to carry it. Big enough to have better control than a compact, but small enough to conceal better than a full size. Pro size is just right for me.

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If you're ever attacked by water filled milk jugs they're in trouble. :smiley_kewlpics:
Yup you need to be prepared for them. It looks like I will have to take my target back in and weld in the holes the 223 made LOL.The top is only made out of 3/8 and the bottom is 1/2 it's good for handguns.

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Yep, I shot a friends metal targets with my .338 when I first had it built. The targets started at about 400 yards and went out to 600+ yards. He was laughing saying how can you hit the 600+ yard targets and miss the close one. When I finished shooting I said I'm pretty sure I was dead on those targets. He wasn't laughing when we drove out to the targets and they all had holes in them. :smiley_kewlpics:

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