#42 Target Shooting

#42 in the book talks more about hitting your target. They want you to put a a cardboard cutout of your Boss or someone you hate, and then try and shoot the target. Well I don’t have many people I dislike in life that I would go about creating an elaborate cardboard cutout of them and then destroy. So instead I’ll do the standard Trap Shooting, and the Standard Gun Range Target shooting.

I fired my first handgun ever in January of 2009 in Seoul, Korea no less. Yes I know it be better had I exercised my 2nd amendment rights in America.

I went to an indoor amusement park called Lotte World. And by sheer coincidence they had a gun range there so without thinking I plopped down my money, signed the waiver claim and there I fired a Beretta 92 FS 9 millimeter handgun.

Firing my first Beretta 9 millimeter Handgun

Firing my first Beretta 9 millimeter Handgun

The second part of the book talks about getting a high score and hitting your targets properly. I want to say I’m not the best shots as you can see my bulllets were a bit low (you know gravity at 9.8 meters squared was the culprit). But then again, as Snoop and Chris taught me, in case “they be wearing armor” you gotta go for the groin, the legs, or the headshot”

Look at all my Groin Shots!

Look at all my Groin Shots!

As far as Skeet Shooting, I did this in August of 2009. Me and some buddies decided to do a “man day”. Instead of hitting a golf course, we decided to go fire off some guns instead. This is when I fired my first shotgun and hit moving targets.

My barrel is bigger than yours

My barrel is bigger than yours

Pull!

Pull!

Say hello to my Boomstick

Say hello to my Boomstick