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chuck40219 02-15-2021 11:43 PM

Feb 2021 RFC Factory Benchrest
 
Feb 2021 RFC Factory Benchrest
Good Day All

Let's try this.

This match is:
Factory Benchrest

#1 Everyone starts out at 25 yds. then moves up to 50 yds. once they shoot a perfect target at 25 yds.
#2 Any factory gun with a cost below $1000.00
#3 Factory barrel
#4 Factory stock
#5 Factory trigger
#6 Any type of action
#7 Any 22LR ammo that is factory loaded
#8 Any type of sights
#9 Re-crowing of the barrel OK
#10 No one piece rest
#11 Bipod OK
#12 No tuner
#13 No barrel set backs
#14 No glass or pillar bedding

Unlimited rules:
#1 As above.
#2 No other rules

Target: go here https://www.snapagogo.com/images/202...et-Style-7.jpg

Report your score and equipment information as follows
Factory or Unlimited
Your name or screen name
Rifle, ammo, score
Equipment list (rest front/rear, any thing special about your setup)
Weather/or shot indoors
Excuses: Anything you would like us to know about your shooting day.
Would be nice if you could post a photo of your setup.

chuck40219

Shorty123 02-16-2021 08:41 AM

Hi Chuck
I never seen or shot this one before.
How does scoring go?
10-9-8-7 best edge?
Completely take out center dot for 10?

chuck40219 02-16-2021 09:07 AM

Sorry Shorty
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Shorty123 (Post 12216825)
Hi Chuck
I never seen or shot this one before.
How does scoring go?
10-9-8-7 best edge?
Completely take out center dot for 10?

Totally forgot about this. will find and post info this evening.

chuck40219

chuck40219 02-16-2021 09:21 AM

Scoring
 
Scoring will follow ARA scoring guidelines.

15. Scoring of Targets
15.1. Scoring rings with various values are included within each scoring box, and
the values of shots in those boxes are 100 points, 50 points, 25 points, 10
points and 0 points.
15.2. Scoring is based on the worst edge scoring method. A bullet hole that
breaks a line is given the lower value.

https://www.snapagogo.com/images/2021/02/16/scoring.jpg

Will refine this for next months rules.

chuck40219

Hi-NV Shooter 02-25-2021 08:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chuck40219 (Post 12216575)
Feb 2021 RFC Factory Benchrest
Good Day All

Let's try this.

This match is:
Factory Benchrest

#1 Everyone starts out at 25 yds. then moves up to 50 yds. once they shoot a perfect target at 25 yds.
#2 Any factory gun with a cost below $1000.00
#3 Factory barrel
#4 Factory stock
#5 Factory trigger
#6 Any type of action
#7 Any 22LR ammo that is factory loaded
#8 Any type of sights
#9 Re-crowing of the barrel OK
#10 No one piece rest
#11 Bipod OK
#12 No tuner
#13 No barrel set backs
#14 No glass or pillar bedding

Unlimited rules:
#1 As above.
#2 No other rules

Target: go here https://www.snapagogo.com/images/202...et-Style-7.jpg

Report your score and equipment information as follows
Factory or Unlimited
Your name or screen name
Rifle, ammo, score
Equipment list (rest front/rear, any thing special about your setup)
Weather/or shot indoors
Excuses: Anything you would like us to know about your shooting day.
Would be nice if you could post a photo of your setup.

chuck40219

Chuck, can you give clarification on rule #2 is this MSRP or what was paid for the rifle.

Lee

chuck40219 02-25-2021 06:12 PM

1000.00 limit
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Hi-NV Shooter (Post 12228753)
Chuck, can you give clarification on rule #2 is this MSRP or what was paid for the rifle.

Lee

Lee I would think it would be MSRP. You may have a in with a gun shop that lets you buy a gun for their cost, whereas Joe has to buy his at retail and his cost is over the limit. Not quite fair to ole Joe.

You could always go with the unlimited class.

Hope you understand.
chuck40219

Hi-NV Shooter 02-25-2021 07:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chuck40219 (Post 12229331)
Lee I would think it would be MSRP. You may have a in with a gun shop that lets you buy a gun for their cost, whereas Joe has to buy his at retail and his cost is over the limit. Not quite fair to ole Joe.

You could always go with the unlimited class.

Hope you understand.
chuck40219

Chuck, Ok understood. when you I could go unlimited are you going to have a unlimited?
what are rules on that rifle wise? as long as it is a factory mass produced rifle.

I shoot RFBR and we have 4 classes

1; called at thrifty $450.00 or less straight of the rack no mods even trigger. no tuner 2-piece rest or bi-pod

2: Factory class $600.00 limit on rifle cost. mods allowed factory replacement barrels and trigger work as well as stock bedding ok. no tuner
2-piece rest or bi-pod

3: Super factory $601+ on rifle cost. mods allowed as long as it is a factory rifle barrel replacement is ok, trigger work, etc. no tuner
2-piece rest or bi-pod

4: unlimited anything goes

so what is the limitations for unlimited in these matches you would like to get started?
can I shoot a factory Anschutz match 54 off a 1-piece? what about a H&R M12 with a custom barrel?

Lee

chuck40219 02-25-2021 07:51 PM

Entry 2-25-2021
 
Shot on second trip to range with this rifle, well with this barrel anyway.

Factory, 25yds.
Chuck40219
CZ 457 AtOne 24" barrel, Winchester bulk.
Small green front rest, Protektor rear rest, BSA 4-12 power AO scope, setting this gun up to shoot in the monthly CZ 25 yard open/scoped match, hosted here at RFC. Two of the rules for that match is a 9 pound weight limit and max scope power of 9X.
Weather: outdoors, bout froze, don't do cool weather well anymore. 47*, wind: N 7 mph, sunny. I was in the shade, range officer sat in the sun. Said he was warm, wanted to know why I was cold.
Excuses: Had not shot for a month, less than 200 rounds through this barrel, using bulk ammo that was at least 7 years old, shivering, range officer keep bugging me. Can't think of any more excuses right now.

Equipment setup, photo not taken today but the first time I took the gun to the range.
https://www.snapagogo.com/images/202...2021-Setup.jpg

Offending ammo.
https://www.snapagogo.com/images/202...hester-222.jpg

Target
https://www.snapagogo.com/images/202...-25-2021-2.jpg

OnTarget data.
https://www.snapagogo.com/images/202...arget-Data.jpg

chuck40219

chuck40219 02-25-2021 07:56 PM

[QUOTE=Hi-NV Shooter;12229513]Chuck, Ok understood. when you I could go unlimited are you going to have a unlimited?
what are rules on that rifle wise? as long as it is a factory mass produced rifle.

Lee look under rule #14. Sometimes I get to reading and thinking at the same time and miss things.

Please come join in. I just posted my first go at this match.

chuck40219

Hi-NV Shooter 02-25-2021 08:01 PM

[QUOTE=chuck40219;12229533]
Quote:

Originally Posted by Hi-NV Shooter (Post 12229513)
Chuck, Ok understood. when you I could go unlimited are you going to have a unlimited?
what are rules on that rifle wise? as long as it is a factory mass produced rifle.

Lee look under rule #14. Sometimes I get to reading and thinking at the same time and miss things.

Please come join in. I just posted my first go at this match.

chuck40219

Chuck,

Is there a link for the target?
never mine I found it, is it printed in 11 x 8 paper?

Lee

chuck40219 02-25-2021 08:38 PM

[QUOTE=Hi-NV Shooter;12229549]
Quote:

Originally Posted by chuck40219 (Post 12229533)

Chuck,

Is there a link for the target?
never mine I found it, is it printed in 11 x 8 paper?

Lee

Yes Lee, I prefer 8.5"x11" terminology. being a old printer type of guy.

chuck40219

PigButtons 02-25-2021 09:11 PM

I don't mean to be picky but, is the $1000 limit when the gun was purchased or current prices; and what if the gun is no longer produced? Is it the MSRP of the last version produced? I just want to be clear on the fine points.

For example a Remington Model 37 in 1937 had an MSRP of $69.95 according to this article: http://looserounds.com/2020/02/11/th...gton-model-37/

chuck40219 02-26-2021 07:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PigButtons (Post 12229619)
I don't mean to be picky but, is the $1000 limit when the gun was purchased or current prices; and what if the gun is no longer produced? Is it the MSRP of the last version produced? I just want to be clear on the fine points.

For example a Remington Model 37 in 1937 had an MSRP of $69.95 according to this article: http://looserounds.com/2020/02/11/th...gton-model-37/

When was the last time Remington suggested a manufacture retail price for the 37?

Regarding the last version produced, if Winchester still produced the 52's. We would not assume the cost basis for a 52B to be the same as a 52D would we? Just because collectors push the value up does not increase the MSRP.

I am trying to keep this simple guys.

Chuck40219

PigButtons 02-26-2021 07:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chuck40219 (Post 12229931)
When was the last time Remington suggested a manufacture retail price for the 37?

Regarding the last version produced, if Winchester still produced the 52's. We would not assume the cost basis for a 52B to be the same as a 52D would we? Just because collectors push the value up does not increase the MSRP.

I am trying to keep this simple guys.

Chuck40219

Sorry Chuck, I didn't mean cause you distress. I'm looking forward to this and hope it succeeds beyond your expectations.

We have ten days of rain scheduled but there may be enough breaks in the downpours to try a couple of cards. Thanks for starting this.

Shorty123 02-27-2021 12:07 PM

2 Attachment(s)
Unlimited
Jack/Shorty123
40X, SK+, XXXX
Front rest and rear bag
50 and cloudy and 12-15 MPH

Thanks Chuck
No score as it is just a net printed practice target. I don't know how accurate it is.
Glad I didn't score it Chuck. I finally figured out the way to print the one you supplied and it has a .030" smaller 100 ring.


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