Hungarian Open June 12-13

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  1. kzozee

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    TOOL Independent FT Pumper

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    How did you finish Zoltan ?

    Regards

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  3. kzozee

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    The first day was very successful, but the second day I could not concentrate properly, the 35 degrees Celsius in the shadows. and plenty of mosquitoes in our lives miserable.
    Despite the fact that the courses on the second day was much easier than the first, the heat made it very difficult to compete.
    The first day I finished in the 5th place, but in the end I slip down to the 13th:(

    I learned from it: From today while I'II practicing in the sauna during prods myself 25-50 times in every minutes:D It's easy:D
     
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    We had very bad rain & winds in Scotland at GP4 , hard as well !

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  5. luger

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    35 celcius in the shade? :eek:

    Does it really get that hot in Hungary and it's only June! :eek: Thought you had cool summers over there with maybe 25 celcius max in July/August.
    We got very very humid southernly desert winds weather at the moment with 33 celcius in the shade! Tried some shooting last Sunday and felt miserable!
     
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    Any results?
    Spotted Agi in the clown trousers.
     
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    Yes, the last few summer in Hungary really very hot, and unfortunately, this Sunday is the humidity was very high in the forest.
     
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    Yes, here is: Results 16J
     
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    Don't believe it, our friend Zoltan is always exaggerating... It was not more than 32-33 degrees :D

    Yeah, that was the night temperature... :cool:
     
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    Or in my pants was warmer than yours:D
     
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    were did you end up matey
     
  12. luger

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    BLOODY HELL!

    Have you seen the side wheels on the rigs of some of those guys! :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:

    They look more like the rims on my Toyota than scope side wheels :D:D:D:D:D
     
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    It facilitates the transport, can be pulled like a shopping cart.:D

    You drive a Toyota? Then you can not be a bad person:)
     
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    :d:d:d:d:d:d
     
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    :d:d:d:d:d
     
  16. luger

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    Seems like the smilies ain't working all of a sudden :confused:
     
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    Just an odd bug that crops up when you throw a few together :D
     
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    Not as good as hoped, 3rd in the international scoring and 2nd in the national. Unfortunately I couldn't use my routine with the wind because there wasn't any wind and a lot of people had very good results.
     
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    Why did not you tell me? If you could tell me that you feel better yourself, I'm happy to have blown the targets while you shoot:D
     
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    Routine? Is there a wind routine FT shooters use that I don't know about? :confused:
    Maybe thats why i'm a crap shot in windy conditions cause I got no wind routine :D


    I always thought that shooting FT with no wind is much easier than with wind and scores are higher...............at least thats the case with me :D:D:D
     

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