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Old 04-08-2021, 11:55 AM
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And of course the range is hot for April !

Nice work guys !
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##25 Yard Iron Sights Entry##
Zukiphile - CMMG 20"- Remington Subsonic - 455-6X

DATE: 4/8/2021
SCORE: 455-6X
NAME: Zukiphile, 55
LOCATION: Ohio
GUN: CMMG 20"
GUN SETUP: A2 iron sights
AMMO: Remington Subsonic
INDIV TGTS SCORES: 93-2X, 87-1X, 96-3X, 90-0x, 89-0X

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Old 04-09-2021, 11:53 AM
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Thursday 25 yard iron sight practice 4/8/21
Scores: 471-7X (95-3, 95-1, 95, 90-1, 96-2)
468-11X (96-1, 94-3, 93-3, 93-2, 92-2)
Name: 72coupe/Roy Woodman
Location: Wichita Falls, Tx
Gun: RPRR
Set up: Aperture sights
Ammo: Wolf MT
Notes: Great day for shooting, 78, light wind and plenty of light. Should have shot a perfect score but there were quite a few distractions.
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Old 04-09-2021, 01:17 PM
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Friday 25 yards, 4/9/21 @ Florida

442-4x @ 25 Yards
April 9, 2021 at the Sebastian Florida County Range
90-1x, 86-1x, 90-1x, 86-1x & 80-1x = 442-4x
(One shot out of the scoring ring on the last bull)
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Norma TAC-22 ammo
High seventies, sunny & light wind.
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Old 04-10-2021, 06:02 PM
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**** 25 Yd SCOPED **** 4/10/22
SCORE: 489 20X
NAME: Kingrider,53
LOCATION: NE Ohio
GUN: Remington 40x
SIGHTS: Scope Leupold 6.5-20 set on 20x
AMMO: Eley cmp
INDIV TGTS SCORES:99 3X,98 6X,98 4X,97 5X,97 2X
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Old 04-14-2021, 06:08 PM
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I wish I knew how you do that; I've always said if you top shooters saw what I see through the sights you would throw down the rifle, and run screaming through the woods.

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Old 04-14-2021, 06:16 PM
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**** 25Yd Scoped**** 4/14/21 *****

SCORE: 476-14X

NAME: STRUGL4X'SC,57

LOCATION: Northern California

GUN: Anschutz 1411

SIGHTS: Weaver T24

AMMO: SK pistol match special

IND TRGTS:97-4X,97-2X, 95-3X, 95-3X,92-2X.

NOTES: No 8's, but had one target panic 6!,everything else was 9,10,or X.



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Old 04-14-2021, 06:52 PM
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I wish I knew how you do that; I've always said if you top shooters saw what I see through the sights you would throw down the rifle, and run screaming through the woods.
They'd need dramamine to see what I've seen.

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I find it mindbending that any of you can keep a rifle steady enough to shoot with that kind of magnification.

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Old 04-14-2021, 07:41 PM
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[QUOTE=STRUGL4X'SC;12283945]I wish I knew how you do that; I've always said if you top shooters saw what I see through the sights you would throw down the rifle, and run screaming through the woods.

Really appreciate you saying Im a top shooter. I do put a lot of time in but I love it. I think what helps my shooting is a combo of things. Relatively heavy gun and quite a bit of physical conditioning. But most of all is a lot of repititions between live fire and dry fire in the basement. As far as magnification goes,Im far from real steady but the more reps I put in the more the gun goes off at the right time if that makes sense.
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Old 04-14-2021, 07:46 PM
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Here's a top silhouette shooter, Erich Mietenkorte, shooting a smallbore silhouette Pig swinger (60 meters out). He's using a fixed 25X scope.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmUTuKyuNQk

Sure wish I could that steady.
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Really appreciate you saying Im a top shooter. I do put a lot of time in but I love it. I think what helps my shooting is a combo of things. Relatively heavy gun and quite a bit of physical conditioning.
When you get toward the last target, do the weight and fatigue conspire against stability?

We are about the same age. The decline in my strength compared to a decade ago is marked, and I don't think I would last 50 rounds with the kind of long heavy rifle I loved when I was 25.
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When you get toward the last target, do the weight and fatigue conspire against stability?

We are about the same age. The decline in my strength compared to a decade ago is marked, and I don't think I would last 50 rounds with the kind of long heavy rifle I loved when I was 25.
Doesnt seem to bother me. But I take the gym about as seriously as my shooting. Just dont enjoy it as much lol. My strength has gone down as far as pushing heavy weights. I just concentrate on higher reps lower weight than before. Seems easier on these old shoulders.
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Here's a top silhouette shooter, Erich Mietenkorte, shooting a smallbore silhouette Pig swinger (60 meters out). He's using a fixed 25X scope.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmUTuKyuNQk

Sure wish I could that steady.
His wobble area is so small. It's incredible.
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