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Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by simmmo, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. simmmo

    simmmo Member

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    Anyone shooting UKBR22 or similar type comps on here.

    Andy
     
  2. RobF

    RobF Administrator Staff Member

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    i think there are, but your a quiet bunch.

    any links etc would be handy...:)
     
  3. simmmo

    simmmo Member

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  4. Alegazmoz

    Alegazmoz Member

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    It's nice to be good at something ..............

    arf!
    :D
     
  5. JAGXKRS

    JAGXKRS Sparky's Bodyguard

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    You are still the Southern Hunter burger Meister mate. Go North young man spread the word of the Burger Meister and bring your deciples with you:D

    1. Tomato Sauce is allowed Ketchup or any other yank rubish is not
    2. Cheese/bacon is allowed but must not infringe upon the taste of the burger
    3. Salad is rabbit food:eek::eek::eek:
    4. Do Not under any circumstances feed an HFT Burger Meister birds eye burgers
     
  6. RobF

    RobF Administrator Staff Member

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    To add...

    Vegetables, beyond potatos, onions, peppers, chillis, are for famine or siege situations only...
     
  7. Alegazmoz

    Alegazmoz Member

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    I fell in love with Hot Chillie Chicken during a heavy Bar-B-Q session, but I'm cured of my wanderlust ............. how can you feel anything but contempt for something that's all over you one minute, then phunks you in the a$$ the next time you meet?

    arf!
    :D
     
  8. herx77

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    Whats wrong with 'chillie sauce',:D you lot of pansies,too hot for you?:rolleyes::p.
    HERX77 .
     
  9. Alegazmoz

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    Oh contraire cockle!!
    Chilli has it's place, but condiments may not detract from the essential character of the basic catering burger.
    Unless contained in liberal lashings of dynamite hot chilli-con-carne, chilli is deemed to detract from the overall character of the burger rather than enhance it.
    The animal we are discussing here, are the offerings of the out-side event catering unit, rather than the domestic, or food chain varieties.
    One non-descript meat pattie, catering sauce, no lettuce, no pickle, optional egg, bacon, cheese & onion, slung in an out-of-date bun.
    A concept as far removed from a Big Mac, as KFC is from Chicken Kiev.
    There's been so much interest in the art of burger tasting, I feel it may inspire a major movement at some future point, but using chilli sauce may adversely impact on such an outcome.

    Keep on burglerin'

    arf!
    :D
     
  10. Mog

    Mog New Member

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    How very true, several burgers have indeed had that effect on me :eek:
     
  11. Alegazmoz

    Alegazmoz Member

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    Charles, you make it all so worth while, even if you have only picked up on 50% of the intended innuendo .............. d'accord, ca c'est la vie, aujourd'hui mon ami, n'est-ce-pas?

    arf!
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  12. Mog

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    Sorry mate, have only been to Spain on a day-trip so never learnt the lingo, more to the point I don't intend on getting anywhere near to 50% in your endo;)
     
  13. Burbulas

    Burbulas New Member

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    Helllo, I need Your help. Please, tell me how many scores will be included in these targets:

    Target1
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    Target2
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    Target3
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    and this situation
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    target1 - ? scores
    targets 2,6,7 - 10 scores

    Red point (.22 scoring gauge) is 5,6mm.
     
  14. Romah

    Romah New Member

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    Hello Burbulas,
    The following is based on UKBR22 rules:

    Target 1 and target 2 score 4 points each.
    The scores for the targets with multiple shots depends on the overall total shot count on the card.

    1) 2 shots on one diagram, correct number of shots on card: 1 penalty point
    deducted.
    2) Unaccounted multiple shots on the card: 25 lowest scoring shots to count, 1
    penalty point deducted.

    So in your block of four target diagrams, if the overall shot count on the card is 25, that block would score 40 but 1 penalty point would be deducted from the total score.
    If the overall shot count on the card is 26, target 1 in that block would score 4, the others 10 each. A 1 point penalty would then be deducted from the total score.

    Hope this helps.
    Robb H
     
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  15. Burbulas

    Burbulas New Member

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    Thanks Robb for help :)
    Could you answer a few questions?

    The UKBR22 rules says: "Missing Scoring box:
    All shots that do not enter or touch the scoring box will be awarded a zero"

    Is this target score corect?
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  16. Romah

    Romah New Member

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    Hi Burbulas,
    Yes, 0 would be correct in this case.
    Robb H
     
  17. Burbulas

    Burbulas New Member

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    Thanks Robb :)
    The last question about this rule ("Missing Scoring box:
    All shots that do not enter or touch the scoring box will be awarded a zero")

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    How many points would be awarded in target Nr.5?
    According rules - 0 (zero), because the green shot : 1.do not enter the scoring box, 2. do not touch the scoring box.
    :rolleyes:
     
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  18. Romah

    Romah New Member

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    You're really testing me now Andrius :cool:
    Target 5 would score 10, the 'green' shot does not come into the equation. The way the target/rules are set up the assumption would have to be that the 'green' shot is a sighter since there is no border line to separate the 'sighter' area from the 'scoring' area.
    Robb H
     
  19. Willbe

    Willbe I Like BIG Hats!

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    "Cheese" and onion is sufficient so not to dress up said burger into something it isnt! :D
     
  20. Burbulas

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    Thank you very much for the answers. No more question :)
     

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