Hello internet. So, yesterday I was out burning some ammo with a friend, somewhere around 230 yards. We were just plinking some pinecones and a couple sheets of letter paper tacked to bushes, nothing technical. Anyway, at one point I thought I'd lob some 9mm out there from my Beretta 92, because why not. I was just using 115 grain white box ammo, but I held about 2 feet high and squeezed it off. What do you know, I got within about 6 inches. So I try again, and nailed the paper. Out of twenty rounds, I got thirteen on paper, just off hand. The guy i was with tried it and got fifteen. My brother tried and got four (he's only 14, so that's impressive). So I wanted to start a thread about what the longest shots you ever pulled off with a standard handgun are. I'm referring to any non- target pistols here: your Glock 19s and Colt Governments. This should be fun.