Discussion in 'News and Results' started by Shaun, Nov 29, 2015.
Thanks to Millride for hosting today's WL
Updated results here Millride
Shaun you are fabulous
Thank you Shaun , for your hard work , you are wonderful X
Cheers Shaun, top Job
I'm Anston now though fella
See you at Harriers
Updated on Master so you'll be in the right place next time
Probably a bit of a daft question but what does the letters IR and FK stand for on the score sheets ? Sorry if I seem thick
Inter Regional & Frayed Knot qualifiers I think
Paul is correct
If you finish the WL in the top 15 then you qualify to represent the MFTA at the inter-regional competition in April
If you finish in the top 30 then you qualify to represent the MFTA in the Frayed Knot contest.
Many thanks Boss.. Top man.
Liked your little roll in Andy's production, there's no more scope to give ,classic
Thanks for the speedy results
Bless him, I'd finally brought him down to my level by that point
It's interesting how different the two session were , with hand on heart I can honestly say that the most I gave was 1 kill out and one of those was too much.
The trees were going mad but the grass on the ground told a completely different story, Jon was bang on with his prediction. Having said that I don't think he believed himself ,because he was amazed by how many went virtually straight.
Was Shaun using his leup or Sightron?
I wished mine had gone straight , my first target was a 45 yarder , came off a kill width and it sailed past and only just kept in the plate , joy of ft ,when you pull the trigger . I got the long ones but I did not give the others enough , until the next time X cracking shooting Simon
Its all skill
I did nothing special Sue maybe Mr Evans is correct and i'm getting more Skillful
I gave target 1 a full kill of wind to the left and when I reset it and looked it had just crept in, three lanes up with a slightly stronger wind and it did not make the kill , maybe it's the lock time
Must be. Steve Privett won ours with an FTP.
It was his Sightron Simon, I bought his Leup at Greyhound and he's never getting it back, it's beyond awesome, I got the Sightron I'd ordered a week later but wish I'd not bothered now because it doesn't come close to the Leup!
The picture through a leupold is amazing but you are stuck with fixed mag. I asked because with variable magnification you can always go down to give a bigger field of view. If Shaun was on 10 mag that's a lot of wind. Lol
Leupolds are a proven winner but they have to be learnt so make mental notes when it tells you porkies.
Agreed but I shoot everything on x40 anyway so no big change of routine for me, I've been lucky in that I've taken straight to it, popped it on last Wednesday and had 2 of my best shoots to date using it (not counting Millride in that)
Heard it takes a good while to learn but, touch wood, I've been able to trust it so far
thanks shaun....cracking service as usual.
Oil! Get your own excuses!