From the rules:"In order for you to get an X the hole must be completely inside the 10 ring and not touching the line. "You don't have to obliterate the dot, you just have to be completely inside the 10. I see 5 or 6 x's there.
It depends what caliber you are shooting.a .20 and .22 can be well into the center dot andstill be touching the line.Your either touching the dot or your not.
Quote from: Brushy Bill on March 26, 2011, 12:34:07 PMIt depends what caliber you are shooting.a .20 and .22 can be well into the center dot andstill be touching the line.Your either touching the dot or your not.I just want to be sure I'm reading the rules right because they don't really even mention the dot. They just say that the shot has to be inside the 10 ring, not touching it, to be called an X. So the way I'm reading it, the only way to get a 10 is to be touching the line. Inside it and you have an X, outside it and it's a 9. If that's correct, the only function of the dot is to identify the center of the target and give you something to aim at.I only mention the dot in my previous post because I think it's in the rules of one of the other matches it says "nick the dot for a 10 and obliterate it for an X." After looking at his target and reading his question, I was wondering if maybe aack73 was confusing the rules between matches.