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Old 06-25-2006, 03:34 PM
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I get 159, Vic. That puts you in the lead by a pretty good margin. Nice shooting! I'm glad yours seems to like the 714's. Mine won't shoot them as well as Lightnings.

10 - 19
9 - 28
10 - 46
8 - 54
8 - 62
10 - 82
X - 111
10 - 130
9 - 139
10 - 159
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Old 06-25-2006, 03:37 PM
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Updated 6/25

Let me know if I missed anyone.......

25 Yard Target Rifle
250 Bernie Porten (Autoloader)
230 Chuck Langenderfer (langenc)
230 Stan Gibbs (Claybuster)
228 Bud Feindt (BudF)

25 Yard Standard Rifle
225 Dale Smith (Shakey)
182 Vic Chambers (Victn)
158 Stan Gibbs (Claybuster)

50 Yard Target Rifle
183 Bud Feindt (BudF)
179 Stan Gibbs (Claybuster)
150 Chuck Langenderfer (langenc)

50 Yard Standard Rifle
159 Vic Chambers (victn)
134 Stan Gibbs (Claybuster)
127 Mike Petschek (BD457)
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Old 06-26-2006, 08:49 AM
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That's outstanding!
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Old 06-26-2006, 11:43 AM
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Shot the fun shoot yesterday with Shakey.

If I calculated it right, got a 228. X,10,10,9,10,X,X,10,X,10,X,10.

I was using a 10/22 with bull barrel, target stock, and several other upgrades so I assume I would fall in the Target category.

Anyway, was fun.

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Old 06-26-2006, 12:00 PM
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Shot the fun shoot yesterday with Shakey.
If I calculated it right, got a 228. X,10,10,9,10,X,X,10,X,10,X,10.
I was using a 10/22 with bull barrel, target stock, and several other upgrades so I assume I would fall in the Target category.
Anyway, was fun.
Earl
Nice target Earl!

Mike, I didn't make to the 50 yard range though... During scoring and writing the data on target, kinda had this little warning bell ringing that 6/25 had some significance; Oh Shoot! Today is 39th wedding aniversary!! Went by store on way home, card and gift, salvaged the day on the home front.
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Clay

Shot the fun shoot yesterday with Shakey.

If I calculated it right, got a 228. X,10,10,9,10,X,X,10,X,10,X,10.

I was using a 10/22 with bull barrel, target stock, and several other upgrades so I assume I would fall in the Target category.

Anyway, was fun.

Earl
Good shooting, Earl. I assume this was @ 25 yards, right? I also assume you are there in the Mansfield area since you were shooting with Dale. Looks like that click-clack of yours really shoots. Welcome to the email matches. I don't recall seeing scores posted by you before. You should try the regular Unlimited & Semi-Auto matches too. We can sure use another Texas team member!
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Well Stan, i was finally able to get a break (from studying) and shoot the fun shoot. Here is my score

10, 10, 9, X, 8, X, 10, 10, 10, X 10, 10.

Got 204 but I am not sur if that is right,

I am not really sure of my exact score.

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_____? Jordan, BC, Canada (cz452shooter)(age 14)
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Winchester powerpoints, Bushnell Banner 6-18x50.

Ran out of vertical adjustments so I had to shoot about .4 high and about .1 to the right. Made it challenging but still fun,

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Old 06-26-2006, 03:24 PM
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I get 204 too, Jordan. Nice score, especially holding off & still keeping 10 out of 12 in the "10" or "X".......

10 - 20
10 - 39
9 - 48
X - 76
8 - 84
X - 114
10 - 134
10 - 154
10 - 174
X - 204
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I assume this was a 25 yarder, right? And in the "Standard Rifle" class?
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25 yard . I will put it in Target class . Seeing as how there are a fair amount of aftermarket parts.
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Good shooting, Earl. I assume this was @ 25 yards, right? I also assume you are there in the Mansfield area since you were shooting with Dale. Looks like that click-clack of yours really shoots. Welcome to the email matches. I don't recall seeing scores posted by you before. You should try the regular Unlimited & Semi-Auto matches too. We can sure use another Texas team member!
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Sorry about that. Yes, it was at 25 yards (boy I wished I could score that good at 50). I was at the Arlington Sportman's club outside of Mansfield. My 10/22 seems to be dialed in pretty well right now. This is my second project and it has a Bell & Carlson Odessey stock (got from texas22), a 77/22 20" SS fluted GM barrel, and a decent high power scope.

I recently posted my second 25 yard USBR semiauto score. Got a 250/10x and actually shoot a consecutive 250/8x and a 248/14x. Was having a good day that day.

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Mike, I didn't make to the 50 yard range though... During scoring and writing the data on target, kinda had this little warning bell ringing that 6/25 had some significance; Oh Shoot! Today is 39th wedding aniversary!! Went by store on way home, card and gift, salvaged the day on the home front.
Nice save! A man has to have his priorities in order. A 50 yard target can wait.
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Out tweaking & tuning with the 40X @ 25 yards this morning; shooting groups, testing ammo. etc. Had 12 clean bulls left on a target so I decided to try a second Funshoot target with this gun. (Shot the 1st w/ the 52D.)

June Funshoot 25 Yards - Target Rifle Class
260 Stan Gibbs Kingsland, TX (Claybuster)
Remington 40X - Weaver T45 - SK "Match" ammo
'60 Std. barrel 40X - 1.5 oz. Jewell trigger - Fudd tuner
Factory 40XB position stock self mod to BR configuration
X,10,10,X,X,X,X,10,10,X,X,10
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Out tweaking & tuning with the 40X @ 25 yards this morning; shooting groups, testing ammo. etc. Had 12 clean bulls left on a target so I decided to try a second Funshoot target with this gun. (Shot the 1st w/ the 52D.)

June Funshoot 25 Yards - Target Rifle Class
260 Stan Gibbs Kingsland, TX (Claybuster)
Remington 40X - Weaver T45 - SK "Match" ammo
'60 Std. barrel 40X - 1.5 oz. Jewell trigger - Fudd tuner
Factory 40XB position stock self mod to BR configuration
X,10,10,X,X,X,X,10,10,X,X,10
WAY TO GO STAN!!! just like a walk in the park.....
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Old 06-27-2006, 09:07 PM
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Out tweaking & tuning with the 40X @ 25 yards this morning; shooting groups, testing ammo. etc. Had 12 clean bulls left on a target so I decided to try a second Funshoot target with this gun.
Remington 40X - Weaver T45 - SK "Match" ammo
'60 Std. barrel 40X - 1.5 oz. Jewell trigger - Fudd tuner
Factory 40XB position stock self mod to BR configuration
X,10,10,X,X,X,X,10,10,X,X,10
Looks like the tweakin' can cease! Nice target Stan.
Is the SK Match the same as Wolf ME, or is it the SK Rifle Match?
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Old 06-27-2006, 09:21 PM
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Looks like the tweakin' can cease! Nice target Stan.
Is the SK Match the same as Wolf ME, or is it the SK Rifle Match?
Dale
From what I understand, Dale, SK "Match" is the same as Wolf ME. The fact that they are exactly the same price ($39/brick) @ Champion's Choice seems to verify this. My guns seem to like the 2 lots of it I've tried. I've never tried the "Rifle Match". It is the same price as the "Pistol Match" ($31/brick), which I have found some very good & some not-so-good lots of.
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