Riddle

20-Jul-13 – 00:45 by ToddG

What do you call a shot so close to a hit you need magnification to tell for sure that it isn’t touching the line?

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A miss! It must be George Bush’s fault.

Train hard & stay safe! ToddG

  1. 8 Responses to “Riddle”

  2. I’ve always said that if I can’t tell from 5 feet away if it is a hit, then it is a miss.

    By Tony B on Jul 20, 2013

  3. You sir are incorrect….according to our blusterous VP Biden, a well placed shotgun blast in the air is equivalent to the allies defeating Hitler so if you do the math that shot placement is better then 20 Trident ICBMs on the will of your attacker…just saying.

    By SkyLine1 on Jul 20, 2013

  4. I’m guessing this is someones coin attempt that came up about .01mm short.

    By JodyH on Jul 20, 2013

  5. Jody — Nope. Just me shooting last week’s Drill of the Week and missing the 1″ square on my last WHO shot.

    By ToddG on Jul 20, 2013

  6. It would have been a hit if you were shooting what all 1911s should be chambered in, .45 ACP :)
    LOL

    By JV on Jul 20, 2013

  7. In IDPA it is a hit. If you have to look that closely it goes to the shooter.

    By Ron Larimer on Jul 20, 2013

  8. What do you call a shot so close to a hit you need magnification to tell for sure that it isn’t touching the line?

    A reason to carry a .45. ;)

    By Tam on Jul 20, 2013

  9. Close only counts with Horseshoes, Grenades & Thermonuclear Devices!

    By John O on Jul 22, 2013

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