Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by mark grainge, Mar 19, 2013.
Nice to see three juniors at the frayed knot well done all three and some good
Scores as well
Yes, well done Gilly.
One of them showed you how it's done.
What was his name now?
yes a very big well done to the juniors, there our future so we should look after them.
There could still do with a few more, well done the 3 who shot and a PB for our dil on a 30 shot course . Be nice to see all 3 at the British Champs
Which was his personal best paul,The 29x30 in the morning or the 17x 30 in the afternoon?
Could not work out why he shot out of his skin in the morning,then crashed in the afternoon.
I know the mud was up to his waiste,maybe he missed having his afternoon nap.
By the way,little pic of my trophy cabinet.
come on simon, it was raining and we all know ho dont like water, and he got mud on im self so would have to have a bath when he got home, that put him of is stride. i bet the mud is still behind his ears,ha ha
All 3 juniors did themselves proud! As for Dil's 29, top shooting by anyone's standards
Just my theory on why young master Varney crashed and burnt in the afternoon session is that it was considerable colder in the afternoon session than the morning. Therefore, his scope was under rangeging and he'd not picked that up.?? Good score in am session though.
Same for master Grainge and Miss Jackson. Well done to you all.
I put it down to my coaching on Saturday, well done Dilly.
Ive chucked more trophys in the bin, than wots in your trophy cabinet simon.....lol leave the young lad alone and just accept he is better than you....
Just making him focus on beating me,There's no daught that he's a top shot and a future champ.
But if a little bit of drissle reck's his score's like that,he need's to focus more.
His pound is in my throphy cabinet,and one day when he's world champion i'll look at it and remember when i wooped him
Sure you know the satisfaction that come's from having a world champ's quid
Or course A could have been a bit trickier.Just a thought.
ps they all did great
I shot with Dylan. His morning round was outstanding - missed target 1 and bagged the rest.
In the afternoon he was very cold. This hampered his trigger technique and even turning the turret was hard.
Well done Dylan
I look forward to seeing him compete in this year's GP series.