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UKAHFT page in Target Shooter magazine

Discussion in 'UKAHFT Official Forum' started by finners, May 27, 2009.

  1. finners

    finners New Member

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    Just to let everyone know, there will be a UKAHFT page each month from the June issue in Target Shooter e magazine, which is free to view.

    Thanks

    Tim Finley
     
  2. RobF

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    Nice one Tim :)

    (what about an FT page? ;))
     
  3. Ian H

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    Just had a flick through the May issue "Brilliant" what a bargain free mag.
    Cheers Tim :):):):)
     
  4. raygun

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    Sounds good.

    Can someone post the link ?

    ATB
    Ray.
     
  5. RobF

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  6. finners

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    The new June issue is out now, 1st of the month for each issue.

    Thanks
     
  7. Scooby

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    Your article looks pretty good Tim but that article on outdoor air rifle sports is utter bollocks:eek:
     
  8. RobF

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    posted in the thread here

    i'll try and work out a way of getting a post on the front page of this site without getting all the other editions in at the same time.

    i've also tweaked their code so it appears larger ;)
     
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    Just a bit of feedback Tim, more of a design note... most people's computers are landscape in proportion, as opposed to a magazine which is portrait... if it was laid out landscape, then it would fit a lot better... 16:9 is fast becoming the format to fit, but 16:10 is still quite common.
     
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    mikewills8904 walthers last the course

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    just read the articule out outdoor airgun shooting

    am i correct in thinking that he means .001 of a grain and not grams .big difference there .

    if this is ment to help new shooters take a bit of advice and dont bother reading it

    best advice i can give

    get your gun .and get out and shoot it
     
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    Tim,
    how's the little Leup EFR shaping up? Did you manage to get Leup to fit a mil ret that's true on 9x?
     
  12. finners

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    Er, in a word no. I moved on the the MKIV 3-9 ( or 2.5-8 if you like) with a TMR. Its a real shame as the EFR is a good scope for HFT.
    I have just parallax tested the new Bushnell everyone is screaming about too, tune in to the next installment in Target Shooter:D
     
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    I cannot possibly comment, please send all corrispondence to the editor:cool:
     
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    Not worth the effort mate, I did that last month for the same guys article, he was talking even more bollocks then.

    The editor could even be bothered to reply
     
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    JAGXKRS Sparky's Bodyguard

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    Not Scutter again is it, he could'nt even spell my name right in Airgunner:p:p:D:D:D:D:D
     
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    how does anyone spell tw*t incorrectly:d
     
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    not like you to beat about the bush pete-:D:D
     
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    :cool::cool::cool::cool: I'm watching you:D:D:D:D
     
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    hi Tim-I'd be interested to hear how you get on with the leup as I shoot the MKIV , 3.5-10X40,FF,LRT on 9mag and although not true at 9mag once learnt its a cracking scope.
    Cheers
    Mark
     
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    Hi Mike

    The MKIV is staying on the AAMPR and when I get the time I'll get the aim points so I can try it out in a comp. The TMR reticle MAY have been a mistake:eek:, the Mildot may have been the way to go.
    The optics are superb and it can be mounted very close to the barrel too having a 36mm objective.
    I had Hydrographics mill some dovetails in a set of 30mm mounts to allow it to be positioned very close to the barrel.

    Tim F
     

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