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Published on Apr 14, 2012
Run hard, shoot straight. In my "Lion Heart Drill" in the snow, we take shots at AT steel with some WW II combat classics, gaining experience in the type and learning how to do it better. First up is the amazing M1 Garand again: just as capable now as it was in 1942. This one is the CMP Special, a backbone TNP test gun now with over 1500 rounds through it. Those aperture sights are a favorite and the gun's accuracy is demonstrated well here. Bryan Hood from Gunnies is my assistant on the bright, sunny, and yet snowy shoot as we take it through the challenging course. Joining in along the way will be various handguns and the some other classics like a German Mauser K98 and Springfield M1903. Most challenging are our shots at the 150 target unsupported and standing to gain extra points. These battle rifles hit the steel hard and with authority, dominating our usual .223 players in my courses. I see again why I love the Smith and Wesoon 1911s again...right up until I shoot the 1911SC which dials down my mojo. From 10" round Evil Roy plates to the ActionTarget plate rack, Lion Heart provides some fast and engaging shooting in the high desert. Bryan's a fun dude and he hangs tough too in this entertaining and illuminating combat shoot providing another basis for my tabletop reviews.//////////////Music: Licensed from MSquare///////////50 Engraved, certificated limited edition M1 Garand and Mauser cases will be made available at www.nutnfancy.bigcartel.com