What's the recommended minimum distance for shooting steel targets with 5.7x28 from an FN PS90?
I shoot handgun calibers like 9mm as close as 7 yards (from pistols, not carbines), but rifles/carbines are generally suggested to be out as far as 100 yards minimum. Those are typically high-powered centerfire cartridges, though. I know people shoot pistol-caliber carbines much closer, but I probably wouldn't get closer than 30 yards. I'm just not sure about 5.7x28, though. It's a high-velocity cartridge, so I don't want to do anything wrong.