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Old 05-08-2021, 01:12 AM
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Some fine shooting Stan. Though, you should have shot the perfect score with the Aguila....


Robert,

Great targets. It's amazing how much difference a seemingly small difference makes in the target diameter. But you'll get all those dogs soon. Besides, easy targets are no fun really.
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Old 05-08-2021, 06:57 AM
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Great targets, Robert. You'll get those dogs yet......

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Old 05-08-2021, 01:20 PM
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Old gun new trick

Got out and shot some today, got a new barrel for my 457, a new 17 HMR barrel fresh from CZ , second time shooting it only about 100 rounds through the barrel, including today. But it’s showing some real promis ,,

PJ / John
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Score w/ bonus_115/120 Class__II__Scope
Scope: Konus 6-24x44 set @ 12x
Rifle make Brno model 2(1957), Ammo: CMP Eley Bulk
Weather conditions_Siunny, 73 F, wind: 10 mph w/gusts to 20+.
Excuses: I tried scoring the target upside down also and one shot still touched the scoring line.
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Good shooting fellows. And nice try Hank.
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John and Hank, well done!...

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Shooting inside at 10 yards (to keep Sean company)

RFC name: COW 54 First name: Stan
Score: 96/100, 2X ; Class: CL-2
Rifle: Daisy/Avanti 853, Ammo: RWS Meisterkuglen (.177)
Sights: Daisy
Weather: overcast, shooting comfortably indoors.
Excuses: The target is marked 4X, it should be 2X. (The lower left and top row center)
---Very little room for error on this, I'm lucky to score 96

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I dunno Stan, looking closely at that target I see at least a 97, maybe a 98?

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Nice shooting John, Hank and Stan!
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Old 05-09-2021, 03:12 PM
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[QUOTE=chilly807;12311315]I dunno Stan, looking closely at that target I see at least a 97, maybe a 98?

Sean[/QUOTE6]

I know pics can look deceiving, but Iím with Sean couple of those sure look in to me..
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I'd hoped to get out and shoot today, even with the air rifle.

Two things conspired against me.. 2 inches of fresh snow that fell overnight and some healthy wind was the first. Not nice outdoors.

Second, my wife was home all day so I didn't feel I should shoot in the house, since there's a hallway involved and I have to sleep sometime.. lol

Maybe tomorrow will be a better day..
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I'd hoped to get out and shoot today, even with the air rifle.

Two things conspired against me.. 2 inches of fresh snow that fell overnight and some healthy wind was the first. Not nice outdoors.

Second, my wife was home all day so I didn't feel I should shoot in the house, since there's a hallway involved and I have to sleep sometime.. lol

Maybe tomorrow will be a better day..
Looks like you made sound choices.

I did try it today but the 25+ mph wind gusts made it impossible to guess where to hold off. Only good thing was the wind would blow all the empties off the bench top so clean-up was a breeze.....

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I dunno Stan, looking closely at that target I see at least a 97, maybe a 98?

Sean[/QUOTE6]

I know pics can look deceiving, but Iím with Sean couple of those sure look in to me..
Good shooting buddy.
John
One of those (the lower right) looked like it could be in... or out.

I don't have a scoring plug in .177, so...

Always err on the side of caution




We were out taking pictures of the fish gobbling herons this morning..
That bird proceeded to swallow two like that and several smaller (sardine sized) fishies.
Well ballasted bird - had to walk back to the nest!
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Good shooting Jack, John, and Robert

Those dancing dogs are getting fairly small. Hard work with that CZ of Roberts or the airbug with the handicap of that short barrel.

I'm still trying to figure out how Jack cleared the C2 irons so well. I'm not sure I could see enough fuzz to even poke and hope.

I know I couldn't make heads or tails out of the C2 iron target, may try to color them like suggested earlier.... or just give up!
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Those are some really nice looking targets this month, congratulations to all!


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Score w/ bonus: 120/120 Class 1
Scope: Tasco 4-16x @ 8 Iron sights: na
Rifle make: Winchester Mdl 72A Ammo: Federal 711B
Weather conditions: very nice, Indoors @33 Yards
Excuses: It wasn't the wind

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