Is there something with ammo that would cause "keyhole" holes in the target instead of the standard round hole?
Or better question yet, is there something that can be done while shooting that would cause it ? (Bad grip, etc)?
I was at the range a few weeks ago, had brought 200 rounds of Fiocchi 124gr 9mm and my Beretta M9.
My girlfriend's target looked extremely odd, with the keyholes all over it, while mine looked perfectly fine!
She was using a different box of ammo than I was , so I can't say specifically if it was due to her shooting style or the ammo itself.
Any input would be appreciated!
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