Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by simmmo, Apr 17, 2009.
Anyone shooting UKBR22 or similar type comps on here.
i think there are, but your a quiet bunch.
any links etc would be handy...
I think most people who were in the campsite at Kelmarsh would disagree.
It's nice to be good at something ..............
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
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
4. Do Not under any circumstances feed an HFT Burger Meister birds eye burgers
Vegetables, beyond potatos, onions, peppers, chillis, are for famine or siege situations only...
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?
Whats wrong with 'chillie sauce', you lot of pansies,too hot for you?.
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One non-descript meat pattie, catering sauce, no lettuce, no pickle, optional egg, bacon, cheese & onion, slung in an out-of-date bun.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'
How very true, several burgers have indeed had that effect on me
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?
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
Helllo, I need Your help. Please, tell me how many scores will be included in these targets:
and this situation
target1 - ? scores
targets 2,6,7 - 10 scores
Red point (.22 scoring gauge) is 5,6mm.
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
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.
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?
Yes, 0 would be correct in this case.
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")
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.
You're really testing me now Andrius
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.
"Cheese" and onion is sufficient so not to dress up said burger into something it isnt!
Thank you very much for the answers. No more question
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