Emley HFT Extreme R1 results

Discussion in 'News and Results' started by chrisc, Mar 17, 2015.

  1. chrisc

    chrisc Lucky git

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    Surname Forename Grade Score
    Ryan Trev STAND/KNEEL 49
    Hilton Simon STAND/KNEEL 49
    Tarran Bob STAND/KNEEL 42
    Lindley Stephen STAND/KNEEL 41
    Shearer Pete RECOILING 44
    Bowers Steve RECOILING 39
    Mcfarlane Steve RECOILING 37
    Fern Mick OPEN 54
    Mctighe Mick OPEN 54
    Oram Nigel OPEN 53
    Cundey Chris OPEN 52
    Heaps Brian OPEN 52
    Kelly Paul OPEN 52
    Pearson Stephen OPEN 51
    Crossland Mark OPEN 50
    Dutton Pete OPEN 50
    Kelly Helen OPEN 50
    Oultram Sam OPEN 50
    Gilmartin Dan OPEN 49
    O brien Ross OPEN 49
    Ironmonger Roy OPEN 48
    Jackson Jamie OPEN 48
    Oultram Steve OPEN 47
    Grace Duane OPEN 46
    Shepherd Brian OPEN 46
    Williamson Dave OPEN 45
    Mcfarlane Karen OPEN 43
    Ellis Lee OPEN 42
    Ellis Natasha OPEN 34
     
  2. g.l.w

    g.l.w Wonky

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    Thanks Chris, Nice to see how people did.....
    cheers woki :):)
     
  3. Petervw

    Petervw Member

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    nice shooting Mick !
    cu soon

    Peter
     
  4. MickyFinn

    MickyFinn I❤HFT

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    I think it was a fluke Peter? :p
     
  5. Petervw

    Petervw Member

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    you need 2 more in 2 weeks ;)
     
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    MickyFinn I❤HFT

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    Is now not the time to completely change my whole set up then Peter? (gun, scope, scope height, pellet batch, new glove) :p
     
  7. chrisc

    chrisc Lucky git

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    Stick with the MPR Micky.....it's so fine it blows my mind:D
     
  8. MickyFinn

    MickyFinn I❤HFT

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    But we've finally got the steyr running sweet & that new scope is awesome!;)
     
  9. Petervw

    Petervw Member

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    I think there is plenty of time for that , don't forget to try the new scope on the MPR
    also try different magnification and paralax
    if "the Steyr Man" says MPR ... he might be trying to trick you into selling the Steyr to him :eek:
    shooting is all in the head, hope yours is mixed up now :p

    Peter
     
  10. chrisc

    chrisc Lucky git

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    Hoi Peter....both his steyr and MPR are great but he had his first 100% with the MPR on an extreme course. If he shoots the Steyr and has a bad weekend then he will forever wish he'd shot the MPR:D:D

    see you at the worlds buddy...:):):)
     
  11. Petervw

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    "If he shoots the Steyr and has a bad weekend then he will forever wish he'd shot the MPR"
    yes he will , but it could be the other way around :eek:o

    cu there mate
     

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