Match #8 is closed signaling the last match for 2020. The final results are listed in the first post. This has been one of the best matches yet, score and participation wise. Excellent shooting everyone and I hope everyone comes back next year to do it again. Thanks to all for your participation.Note... In he future only unaltered GTA targets designed for this match will be accepted as an entry.
Haha, same here Tom. Thanks for all you do for us Marty.And all you have to do is make sure I shoot in 5 to 10 mph winds and you guys won't have any trouble at all beating me. But hey Tom, you already have. That killer 50/50 4x you shot a match or two back was quite impressive!I just want a .22 cal that can keep up? I don't have a .22 that can keep up with you guys? Or even a .25? LOL
There is absolutely NO requirement that this match be shot outdoors.Advantages are advantages. Itís no different than shooting a larger caliber, using slugs, setting up next to a wind break, or getting up in the middle of the night when the winds are slack, no rules against any of them. Have at it.
Marty, I have a friend who wants to join in the fun with us next year, but he's not allowed to take pictures at his range. It's a huge indoor 100 yd shooting range with 30 lanes. He can only take pictures of the targets when he gets home or leaves the building. I know shooting indoors is an advantage, but heck I wait till calm weather and even shoot at night to dodge the winds. I think it would just be cool to see what he does on a month to month basis. I understand if others think it's not fair, but heck I just like to see us push the limits. Maybe have an indoor division?He shot this ten shot group indoors at 100 with his .22 Taipan back in 2018
I don't really want to move out distance wise and deal with rezeroing etc from match to match. I leave it zeroed at 100 just for 100 yd shooting.
Quote from: Fussell on December 06, 2020, 10:52:34 AMI don't really want to move out distance wise and deal with rezeroing etc from match to match. I leave it zeroed at 100 just for 100 yd shooting.Yeah, I donít know if there even IS an answer or if I just have my cranky pants on this morning but Iím hoping we could brain storm a little over the off season. Other ideas I had but donít know how details would work are; caliber groups or even bore category groups (small bore, mid bore, large bore), or energy groupings (under or over X FPE or X FPE to X FPE).I donít want to over complicate things because it IS still FUN, I just donít think I can COMPETE in the current configuration.
IMO, until we have multiple shooters shooting 50/50 - 5X, and therefore ties, we don't need to even consider changing the rules for the Matches.... If guys want to show they are better than the other "Masters", then back up and shoot at longer range, this is provided for in the current NUAH rules.... For example, we have only ONE Master who has qualified at over 100 yds, and that is Doug Noble (dyotat100), who qualified at 200 yds....Bob