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Old 08-06-2020, 10:14 AM
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Nicely done Ken and Hank ...

Ken, this is like an old-timers day... How long has either rifle seen the light of day?


It's been about 28 years for the Western Auto 150 Revelation, and 20 years for the 25 M.
Until I came across your Fun Shoots they were out of sight, out of mind, and close to forgotten
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Old 08-06-2020, 11:33 AM
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Wow - It's Aug 06 and you guys already have a good start on things. I'm only just getting my targets printed. As my Dad used to say "%%%% work breaks your day right up", in my case it seems to break my week and month up. Anyways, hoping to get out tomorrow morning with Sean and try to at least get in my C2 & C3 irons, maybe the C2&C3 scoped and just in case things go really well I'll drag something out of the back of the safe for the C1 irons (I have a Rem 552 that needs some exercise).
Great targets thus far everyone - you guys have set the bar very high very early.
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Old 08-06-2020, 01:11 PM
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Thanks Stan! Picked this one up a couple of weeks ago. Am likin it.
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Jack, thos are some super groups on your target. Don't know why you'd waste money on a scope when you can see as well as you.

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Score w/ bonus_90/90___,Class__III____,
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Excuses:No excuse; just fact. The crosshairs on this Banner scope are pretty thick for any precision shooting. Might have to break out the Weaver.
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Wow, a lot of activity and new shooters to boot.

Ken, I now understand why you printed 60 targets. Western Auto, those were the days. Great shooting.

Öystein, looks like the SK is serving you well. Very nice.

Jack, great targets. I picked up some Eley Action also, the 42 grain stuff. Shoots great for bulk pack.

Trevor, welcome and very nice start.

Great shooting with the 10/22 Hank.

Hope I haven't missed anyone. Lot's of very good shooting again this month. Great to see everyone is getting out in the Great Outdoors for some fresh air.

The rain stopped but a surge of work has kept me away from the range. Took the 1903 out to pack up for Friday and the rear sight fell off. Somehow I broke the screws. Can't see and bumps, nicks or damage. Ordered parts last night from Nordic Marksman. Stay safe everyone. It isn't over and not getting better yet. Don't let your guard down.

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Old 08-06-2020, 03:07 PM
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I guess these are 90's. If they are not, someone please let me know. I'm still learning the scoring of the various targets.

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Thanks Hank and the Ruger is shooting very well. I cant help with the X count. I have not printed any Class III's yet. I always start at the bottom and work up from there.
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The inner ring is the X. It looks like a 90/90 with at least 6 X's to me.
I measured the distance from outside X ring to 9 ring and got .125. If you're in the ten and a plug don't touch the 9 then it's an X.

Nice shooting
Thank you for the clarification. I'm accustomed to shooting one target and these changes every month will make shooting more interesting to say the least...
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On your class III scoped it looks like a 90/90 6X to me. It may be 7X. I measured the distance from the X ring to the 9 ring and got .125, so if a plug don't touch the 9 ring it has to be an X.

On the Cass II scoped the white dot is the 10. If your not plugging into it it would be a 9.

That's my read, If I'm wrong someone correct me.

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On your class III scoped it looks like a 90/90 6X to me. It may be 7X. I measured the distance from the X ring to the 9 ring and got .125, so if a plug don't touch the 9 ring it has to be an X.

On the Cass II scoped the white dot is the 10. If your not plugging into it it would be a 9.

That's my read, If I'm wrong someone correct me.

Something went wrong on my first post and I reposted.
Thank you again. I'm enjoying trying to do as well as I can whatever the score is.
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Thank you for the clarification. I'm accustomed to shooting one target and these changes every month will make shooting more interesting to say the least...
I'm getting ready to work up to class II's. I looked at the II's and III's that I have printed today, and was scratching my head for a while figuring out which was which, and how to score each one.
I had to write on the back of them to keep me straight.
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Jack and Hank, good job...

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