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Old 02-04-2006, 06:57 PM
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100 yard Unlimited.
https://www.rimfirecentral.com/targets/match/m8.pdf

Print off one target. It is my recommendation that if you have any cardstock or photo-paper that you print it off on that. Fire 5 shots at each bull (20 shots in all) for a maximum score of 200. If you miss the bull (but still get on paper), count shot as a “0”. If you aim for one bull but hit another bull, that shot will not count.

Score the target best edge (Choose the highest ring that the bullet hole touches).

To score an X, the shot must completely inside the 10 ring. It can not be touching the 9 ring at all. This will make for a maximum score of 200-20x

If you can not tell what ring a shot touches, please count that shot as the lower of the two. If you have a scoring gauge, you may use it.

There is a 60 minute time limit as well.
Shoot up to two targets and report the best. Classify how many targets were attempted

GENERAL RULES:----------------------------------------------
1. From the front edge of the bench to the face of the target: 100 yards.

2. Weight: There is no limit on weight of the rifle or pistol.

3. Sights: Scopes may be used, there is not limit on scope power.

4. Triggers may be adjusted to a light pull, but must be safe.

5. Ammunition must be Rimfire: .22 Magnum, .22LR, 17HM2 and .17 HMR

6. Rests: Shoot over sandbags, shot bags, rice bags or any old bag. Use a tripod, bipod, a block of wood or a rock for your front rest. A bunny ear or rabbit ear sandbag is recommended for buttstock support. Shoot from a bench. Shoot prone with a sling or over sandbags. Shoot over a log or the hood of your pickup if you want. One piece rests are allowed. Rests must not be secured to the bench. If you can push the rifle forward after recoil, and the crosshairs are back on the aiming point, it is a “return to battery” rest, and return to battery rests are not allowed.

7. You may shoot more than one rifle each month: Not more that two targets per rifle.

8. Junior Shooters: The minimum age of a young person allowed in these competitions will be determined by the parent. A Junior shooter is a young persons who has not reached the age of 18. If your are a Junior: Type (Age 14): Or whatever your age, at the end of the first line of your score report.

9. If you have a screen name: Put that at the end of the first line: (RedNeck)

You may report your score on this thread.
Please list your score as it is on the other matches

Have fun and good luck shooting!

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Old 02-05-2006, 08:56 AM
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Looks like a fun one Jordan
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Old 02-05-2006, 10:24 AM
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Old 02-05-2006, 01:06 PM
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100 yards?!?

That's a long walk for an old fatboy like me.

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Old 02-05-2006, 09:46 PM
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Sounds like fun, Jordan. The Hummers should really shine on this one.

You might want to revise General rule #7 to read 2 targets instead of 4 to agree with what you said in the writeup........
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Old 02-06-2006, 02:20 AM
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did i copy the target correctly? a penny fits just inside the 9 ring.
is that about the right size? if so i'll give it a try soon
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Do I read this rite? 22mag, 17hm2, 17hmr. did we foget 22lr? Bill
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Old 02-06-2006, 09:27 PM
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did i copy the target correctly? a penny fits just inside the 9 ring.
is that about the right size? if so i'll give it a try soon
_scotty
Yup, that sounds about right.

It is going to be challenging, but hopefully fun

And snogator, sorry for not being clear. The .22lr is allowed. I should really look these rules over more before posting them
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Old 02-06-2006, 10:35 PM
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cz, it's gonna be REALLY challenging, thats why it'll be fun
thanks for telling me i had the right size target. this will be even harder than the dimes i think.
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Well, I'll start this thing off with a couple of scores that should be pretty easily beaten.......

I think more flags (I only used 3) would have been helpful. Though the wind wasn't bad, probably >10MPH, a slight shift or velocity increase can have a disastrous effect @ 100 yards. Most of these were typical 100 yard groups for me; one group w/ 3 or 4 touching & another 3/4" away, then the next group scattered over 1 1/2" w/ nothing touching. Shot two guns but only 1 target with one (only ran 3 copies)......

This was really fun. Shooting @ 100 yards with a .22LR is really a challenge.


February Fun Shoot - 100 yards NRA B-2 target (shot 2/9)
170/1X Stan Gibbs Kingsland, TX (Claybuster)
Remington 40X Weaver T45 scope SK Pistol Match ammo
'60 Std barrel 40X 1.5 oz. Jewell trigger Fudd tuner
CMP Factory stock pillar bedded & self mod to BR dimensions
2nd target -- 1st was a 159/0X (shot w/ SK Subsonic HP ammo)


February Fun Shoot - 100 yards NRA B-2 target (shot 2/9)
166/1X Stan Gibbs Kingsland, TX (Claybuster)
Winchester 52D Weaver T36 scope SK Pistol Match ammo
'65 CMP barreled action 3 oz. "Kenyonized" trigger Fudd tuner
Factory position stock pillar bedded & self mod to BR dimensions
1st target -- (only ran 3 copies - may try another later)
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Oh, BTW, Jordan, do you want pics of these targets again this month?
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Oh, BTW, Jordan, do you want pics of these targets again this month?
Hmm, i dont know if that would be a great idea cosidering the way the last funshoot went .

On the other hand, it would be nice to see some of the groups you guys shot.

So you can post target if you want but lets keep that optional

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You have a point. Tell you what, I'll PM a pic to you rather than post it here...
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You have a point. Tell you what, I'll PM a pic to you rather than post it here...
Ok thanks I enjoy seeing some of the groups and "scores" people shoot

I am going to the range tomorrow so maybe i can shoot this target then. One question for you though (stan), how often do you clean the gun? The reason that i am asking is i have not cleaned the gun since i got it (about 300 rounds) and am wondering if it is is allright to go out and shoot another 100 rounds?
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Old 02-09-2006, 11:01 PM
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You have a point. Tell you what, I'll PM a pic to you rather than post it here...
Not me. I'll post a pic of my target because I think doing so makes it more interesting to participate.
The display of large, delicate egos in the pi$$ing match that evolved in last month's shoot was shameful, IMO and I think anyone who may find themselves weeping into their hands as a result of this month's shoot should take a pass.

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