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    I've got a herniated disc and pinched nerve, so can't do much shooting. However, I did take my daughter to the range to ring some steel and love vicariously through her. I did put a mag through my new p320x full though. It's definitely more accurate than I am right now.
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    I've got a herniated disc and pinched nerve, so can't do much shooting. However, I did take my daughter to the range to ring some steel and love vicariously through her. I did put a mag through my new p320x full though. It's definitely more accurate than I am right now.
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    It's the thought that counts. You want to get your blood pressure up with some quality trigger time and build some hand/eye coordination with a trigger finger and sights... with ZERO recoil... go to Oops Alley in Pace and blow up some Terminators on "Terminator Salvation". Moving targets and triggers, zero recoil, only a dollar for hundreds of rounds. Oops Alley has other training simulators too. This is why the US military is invested in things like Call Of Duty and other platforms. Gamers are proven to have much higher hand/eye coordination with sights and triggers. All manner of different gun controllers out there. I went to a large three story arcade at the Laconia biker rally once and they even had a Duck Hunt console... that used revolver controllers
     
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    Jevaughn

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    It's the thought that counts. You want to get your blood pressure up with some quality trigger time and build some hand/eye coordination with a trigger finger and sights... with ZERO recoil... go to Oops Alley in Pace and blow up some Terminators on "Terminator Salvation". Moving targets and triggers, zero recoil, only a dollar for hundreds of rounds. Oops Alley has other training simulators too. This is why the US military is invested in things like Call Of Duty and other platforms. Gamers are proven to have much higher hand/eye coordination with sights and triggers. All manner of different gun controllers out there. I went to a large three story arcade at the Laconia biker rally once and they even had a Duck Hunt console... that used revolver controllers
    It's not so much the recoil as it is the movements themselves. If it were recoil issues, I'd simply shoot the wife's p322

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    I've got a herniated disc and pinched nerve, so can't do much shooting. However, I did take my daughter to the range to ring some steel and love vicariously through her. I did put a mag through my new p320x full though. It's definitely more accurate than I am right now.
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    Dr. Evan Lewis may be able to change your life like he did mine and the 3 guys I sent to him. He's at baptist. I wish you luck. Back pain like that is something that is impossible to explain if have not had it
     
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    Starwarsmaster24

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    De burred from 9mm and passed out in the chair while doing it


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    Jevaughn

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    Dr. Evan Lewis may be able to change your life like he did mine and the 3 guys I sent to him. He's at baptist. I wish you luck. Back pain like that is something that is impossible to explain if have not had it
    Thanks. It's a work comp issue, and they are doing the typical send me everywhere other than where I need to go. Think they're trying to get me in with Dr Chandler at Baptist, only a couple of Ortho spinal specialists in the area. It's definitely been a miserable couple of months, took them 4 weeks to get me the MRI and that was only after my doctor threatened to do all kinds of tests and procedures he didn't need their authorization for that would cost them a lot more.

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    Jester896

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    Shot the .22 Match
    took the Jewell trigger out of the .308...slipped in a Rifle Basix...the Jewell is going in the 6mm Dasher when it is ready
    took the Rifle Basix out of the .260 Stiller and put in a straight bow TriggerTech Diamond...got it set at 1# 13oz
    Put the extra Rifle Basix up. Didn't get to the TriggerTech Primary with a straight bow for my .260 Hunter.
    Trimmed all 250 .45-70 cases I sized and got half of them deburred...found about a dozen or so short Hornadys in it and got them out...

    Hands hurt...fat kid is going to get some grub on...then call it a day
     
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