Almost Gorillas in the Mist !

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  1. Gerry

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    Todays club shoot at Worcester was an exercise for scopes ... trying to range in the mist ...
    Spot the kill zone in the dim blurred yellow thing over there ...

    However, there was very little wind , so scores were fairly high .

    Having said that , todays winner was using a hunting rig with a lamp ...:eek:o



    1) Phil Tombs 57
    2) Mick Boswell 55
    3) Darrin Lynn 53
    4) Gerry Baillon 52
    5) Ian Treadwell 52 1st Springer
    6) Chris Collins 51
    7) Lee Malpass 51
    8) Alex Dermietzel 50
    9) Ian Sheppard 50
    10) Jason Scott 49 1st 22
    11) Mark Russell 48
    12) Dan Tombs 47
    13) Tom Workman 45 2nd 22
    14) John Ludlow 45
    15) Adam Morris 44
    16) Jeremy Massey 43
    17) Steve Woodward 41
    18) John Holder 36 2nd Springer
    19) JJ Robins 28 3rd 22
     
  2. tombzy

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    just for ry

    Ry if you are reading this upside down in Australia daddy did it. just for you ha ha oh and by the way the dog has chewed your daystate stock)
     
  3. Alexdermietzel

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    Nice shooting today Phil, well done. Were you using the FX verminator today?.

    I really enjoyed shooting in the mist this morning,it was funny to watch people squinting through their scope trying to find target 2:D.
     
  4. tombzy

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    yes used the verminator thats all i have
     
  5. XTX

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    Good shooting Phil, especially with the fully loaded FX SWAT wannabe lol

    I am surprised I got 53 after altering my stock, shortening my barrel, changing my scope and only zeroing before the start of the shoot :rolleyes:
     
  6. Gerry

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    Darrin , we can always rely on you to be our favourite " Fiddle Fingers " .... ;)

    Good shooting ! :)
     
  7. Gerry

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    Good shooting Phil , not often some one gets such a good score at W A R !!

    Obviously the kit works for you . :)


    I suppose you'll be hoping for mist every time now ...:rolleyes:


    :D :D :D :D :D :D
     
  8. Treaders

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    It was like one of those budget TV movies from the 80's when they overdid the soft focus.

    Top shooting Phil, and also well done to Mick, my shooting partner for the day, who also put in a big score.

    Nice to finally get back in the 50s myself and drop all the positionals :D
     
  9. tombzy

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    been to see an engineer tonight and we drew up an air stripper design for it( he will be busy tomorrow) could be an expensive way to go backwards next week also may need him to make a modified trigger post as it fell off last night
     
  10. Gerry

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    :rolleyes: Loctite ? :D
     

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