I just read an article in this months Shooting Times. It referenced a competition called "The All Army Matches". It's quite an article and if there are any of our military brothers and sisters reading this, I'd like your take on something they said. One part of the competition is with the M 9 pistol, which is the military designation for the Model 92 pistol. What totally blows me away is that the distance to target, a Type D silhouette, is 500 yards! That's not a typo, 500 yards!! This is not from a rest either, it's from a sitting position without a spotter. How in the hell can they expect someone to hit a target at 500 yards with an off the rack 9mm pistol? I don't care what make of pistol, 500 yards seems like a ridiculous distance for a stock service pistol competition. If anyone has any additional information on this competition please share it. I'm very curious what kind of performance they get at that distance? My first thought was what a waste of ammunition! Can you even see the target using those stock sights. It just seems a little hard to believe that there would even be a category for this caliber, weapon and distance!