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Sorry, saved no targets. But I went out shooting today w/ my new 1911 and my compact Walther. Shot 150 rds thru the 1911 first, and then 100 rounds thru the Walther.

I love that little gun. It shoots a LOT better for me than the Glock 26 I carried for 8 years. The next time I have to qualify for my CCW, I'm tempted to use the Walther. I probably won't, just to go easy on myself. But I know I could if I wanted to


I shoot the gun better than I did a Glock 17 and Glock 19 I used to have. Great little gun!
 

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In Texas. Yes, U must take a class and qualify. Then, for renewals, U must take a renewal class and requalify.
 

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As one friend of mine put it, a blind man could qualify. I take the course in two weeks, and have been practicing. It's not too hard to make the score, and the target for 2006 just got a bunch easier.
 

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Yes, it is not hard. 1x during one of my renewals, an old lady of 70-something passed, and she had never used a handgun in her life - In fact, the point of the class isn't to TEACH U to shoot. But if this old lady can do it, anyone can.
 

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ShipWreck - where in TX are you? I just moved to Ft. Worth from Louisiana and must say the laws are much more restricting here. I'm trying to get my paperwork situated for my CCW ASAP.
 

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I live in College Station. Moved up to Dallas/Arlington for a year but didn't like it and came back.

Went to the range again today - I have the week off and have been getting very bored. I took my new 1911 again and my SW99. I actually shot the SW99 better than I did the 1911 today. It is a nice gun
- I like it alot.
 
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