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So i finally got to take "Krystal", my Umbrella Corp. build to the range yesterday. Robs609 and my self helped Firearms Training Sepulveda Firearms Training film some instructional videos at Shooters last night. While Robs609 got to shoot her more than i did, i was able to pop off a few rounds and give a quick test to the Umbrella Corp BCG and SSA trigger i installed yesterday. Rob, Kharis and myself agree... the SSA Trigger is where it's at! So much smoother and tighter than the Spikes Battle Trigger i had in there before.

 

shot about 50 rounds w/no FTF or FTE with the new Umbrella BCG. More info on that after i get some more trigger time on her.

 

anyway, here are a few photos and vids from yesterday.. check out that muzzle flash! lol

 

 

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Thanks to ROBS609 for being our designated shooter for the videos.

 

anyway, thought we would share!

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Very cool.

 

What's with the yardage markers?  The numbers get bigger in front of the shooter, smaller behind the shooter.  Makes it look like the backstop must be behind him!

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Very cool.

 

What's with the yardage markers?  The numbers get bigger in front of the shooter, smaller behind the shooter.  Makes it look like the backstop must be behind him!

 

Uh - that's at a range with target movers.  The distances are from the actual ports, not the distance from the backstop like at SCFGPA.

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So i finally got to take "Krystal", my Umbrella Corp. build to the range yesterday. Rob609 got to shoot her more than i did

Took your girl out to pop her cherry and someone else got to diddle her more than you, oh my

 

Very cool.

 

What's with the yardage markers?  The numbers get bigger in front of the shooter, smaller behind the shooter.  Makes it look like the backstop must be behind him!

They are in front of the shooting line, to avoid having the booths in the video

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Very cool.

 

What's with the yardage markers? The numbers get bigger in front of the shooter, smaller behind the shooter. Makes it look like the backstop must be behind him!

That would be the distance from the common firing line when using the overhead returning targets.

 

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