Sometime last month, we went to the shooting range, and the range master pointed out this target they have that, if shot correctly, will win you a t-shirt. Of the ten or so targets available for purchase, it is identified as number three. It's got ten small bulls-eyes around the edge of the paper and one medium sized bulls-eye in the middle. Here's an approximate representation.
You have to score 100 points with 11 shots--ten points for hitting the exact center of the bulls-eye, nine points just outside of it, etc.--at 21 feet, in the presence of a range master in order to win the shirt.
Winning the shirt has become my new obsession at the shooting range.
I've shot number three targets on the last three shooting trips. I'm getting better at it; tonight, for example, I got eight of the outside bulls-eyes on the first try. But a perfect sheet still eludes me. I'm fairly certain I could pull it off with a .22 caliber pistol, but I am determined to do it with a 9mm. I'll let you know when I succeed.