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  1. 7 Feb - Went to Peacemaker and shot pistol & shotgun. It was a team practice focused on mainly getting 2014 gear figured out and zeroed. Pistol - Zeroed my new Dawson adjustable sights on my Glock 34 gen 3 pistol, as well as tried out the Zev standard drop in trigger unit. The lighter smoothed trigger assembly makes a nice difference from the OEM parts and barring and problems this is what I'll be running this year. My pistol is zeroed 2 inches high at 25 yards because I can't get the sights to go any lower, and shooting a 3-4 inch group while using a benchrest. I'm happy with those results for now but plan to get that group size down to a consistent 3" at 25 yards, and actually zeroed at 25 yards instead of shooting high. Shotgun - I also zeroed my Versamax Tactical shotgun to be dead on at 50 yards with Remington Sluggers. I was shooting a 5-6 inch group at 50 yards from a benchrest so there's alot of room for improvement here, however I am hitting where I'm actually aiming so its a good start. Since I had an adjustable rear sight installed on the Versamax, my slug shooting has improved vastly and I look forward to a year of shooting while not worried about slug targets. The last big match I went to was the first time I've gone 1 for 1 on all my slug targets and I could get used to that.
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