Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by Lee67, Nov 4, 2014.
Not long now lads and lasses ...canna wait
Anyone got the OS map reference on a 1:50,000 map ?
don't say you don't know where it is o
It all that recoil from his twanger his bits have come loose
Not too sure on scale but try
53 °44'09.6"N 1 °15'57.8"W@53.7360041,-1.2660438
should get you close ish.
well this will be my 3rd go at FT and my 3rd different setup
I need to get myself sorted lol
Still a long way behind Wagger!!!
But at least he has the best but most expensive slugs on the planet
Hope I'm on the next lane and in sync with when he sits down with his double dipped turnip smashers, wind stops when Wagger is seated, proper Voodoooooo.
Easy now lads .... my feelings
I too have witnessed the "Wagger Effect", I believe its a programmable variable in Chairgun, straight down the throat youth.
Cheers to Ponty for the course today..enjoyed it, and thanks to simon and Dan for the company..
Thanks to all of the Ponty gang for a cracking shoot today, enjoyed it. Thanks to Tony and Brian for the company. Well done Brian, hope you will do a few more comps now
ponte winter league
Thank you for everyone who attended our shoot today and well done Andy Calpin who cleared a tricky course and to Simon Higgins and Ian Furness for your enjoyable company cheers boys and big thank you to Keith and all the rest of the ponte boys for a good course as always. Shaun
great course thanks very much to all the ponty members and thanks to Andy calpin for the help and advice
Thanks ponty for a great course very interesting.
Thanks to dave and dave for the company.
What did he say about your scope?
First class course today thanks to the Ponty crew and many thanks to Chris and Keith for top company. Enjoyed the whole day immensely.
cheers ponty for a great course. another round fully enjoyed roll on the next one
thanks steve n mark for the gutter worth entertainment
someone has played with the parallax settings o it needs re doing he suggested setting it at 9 yards
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