Ukbr22

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  1. thebaron

    thebaron Member

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    The Summer postals for UKBR22 start on May 1st. One target/month for 5 months for each discipline entered

    The shooting distance for air is 25yd/m and there is an outdoor competition for those clubs without an indoor range

    These are individual comps not team

    Membership of UKBR22 Association is required at a cost of £16 for the next 12 months but then all the postals are free for the next year
    http://www.ukbr22.org.uk/

    Targets are available from UKBR22 and rules are shown on the Associations web site

    Rifles such as the AA 400 are more than capable of competing at the top level
    Give it a try

    John
     
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2016
  2. Waldo

    Waldo Active Member

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    This is a well run competition and well worth a go, a lot harder than you think and very addictive :D:D
     
  3. RobF

    RobF Administrator Staff Member

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    Might have a look at this... ta :)
     
  4. Waldo

    Waldo Active Member

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    Hi Rob, you would not believe how hard it is trying to score 250x250 and 25-10x,the difference between, say Div 4 and Div 1 in 25yd/m indoor Air Rifle: - Heavy Varmint B (15lb 12ftlb) doesn't look too bad ,but trying to bridge the gap is a real challenge :D Try it :D

    Regards Gordon.
     
  5. thebaron

    thebaron Member

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    All shooters are classified after completion of the first 2 targets, so inexperienced shooters are not in the same division as the top shooters and everyone is put in a division that suits their ability.
    Scores are posted each month on the UKBR website and medals are awarded to the top 2 shooters in each division at the end of the season
    John
     

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