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Results Added.... 100 Yard Air rifle Match # 4-2017
« on: July 24, 2017, 04:18:39 PM »
Welcome to the Fourth 100 yard match. This match will run for 4 weeks. The rules and targets can be found at the rules and targets thread for this match http://www.gatewaytoairguns.org/GTA/index.php?topic=125759.0
Post a scan or picture of the target by the end of the day Sunday August 20 2017

If you are not a member of the NUAH Club and would like to join or would like to upgrade your Division standing, your submitted target can be used for that also. All the rules to becoming a member of the NUAH Club must be followed also.

Please include with you submission:

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Any other info you would like to share(weather,pictures, etc)

Have Fun and Enjoy.


Results... will be posted ongoing as the match progresses at the bottom of this post. I will break down the scores by the different calibers shot.

Results

Gold Nitrocrusher
Silver Pappy
Bronze marty2(25 cal)
marty2(30Cal)
pcp-Dave
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.22
Pappy -           50/50  2X  1.446" CTC
Nitrocrusher - 50/50  2X  0.930" CTC

.25
Aged  -           47/50  1X  2.40" CTC
marty2 -         50/50  1X  1.224"  CTC
pcp_Dave -    49/50  2X  1.151"  CTC

.30
marty2 -        50/50  1X 1.365"  CTC
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Re: Post Here.... 100 Yard Air rifle Match # 4-2017
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2017, 10:22:47 AM »
Sorry for the poor pic, I'm still getting used to the Imgur software. Shot this group on July 26/17 at 104yds with gusting winds that were in between 3-10mph. I used a front rest and rear sand bag and shot Jsb 34g .25cal pellets. The groups on the other targets I shot that day were dispersed more horizontally until with this one I found the patience to wait for the lulls in the wind. I believe it's a 47 with one X and grouped at 2.4". Btw the four 10s were 1.12" ctc. I visually inspect all my pellets with a lighten magnifier and like everyone else I can't definitely explain the flier  >:(.


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« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2017, 10:32:00 PM »
Finally, the wind & rain Gods jived with my work schedule, and I was able to get out to the range this morning.  This is my first entry into the 100 Yard Air Rifle Match, and with Marty's permission, I would like this to be my first submission for N.U.A.H., please.  Marty, if you need any other pics or info, just holler.  I know I can do better, my rifle's capabilities far exceed my shooting skills. Practice, practice, practice.

Match #4-2017
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Hawke Sidewinder 8-32x56 SR Pro used 20 power
JSB Diabolo Exact Jumbo .22 15.89gr / cleaned & lubed, not weight sorted
Seated at bench, front rest Bulls Bag, rear rest Protektor Rabbit Ear
Score: 50 / 2 or 3X? / Marty's call ....
64* Winds calm 2mph with gusts to 4mph
10 shot magazine used
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Shot on low power, around 200 bar, avg FPS 894, ES about 7, ES% about 0.8%, Avg FPE 28
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« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2017, 10:35:40 PM »
Sorry for the horizontal pics .....  ??? :-[

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« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2017, 10:50:32 PM »
Nice shooting Allan!! It's about time you get a target submitted ;D
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« Reply #5 on: August 02, 2017, 08:34:16 AM »
Nice shooting Allan!! It's about time you get a target submitted ;D
+1

Alan..... I'm heading out the door and won't be back until later today. I'll get you added when I get back.
RE: the questionable X.... Just put a pellet head in the hole if it touches the line it's not an X if it doesn't it counts as one. Let me know. Thanks
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« Reply #6 on: August 02, 2017, 08:13:14 PM »
Nice shooting Allan!! It's about time you get a target submitted ;D
+1

Alan..... I'm heading out the door and won't be back until later today. I'll get you added when I get back.
RE: the questionable X.... Just put a pellet head in the hole if it touches the line it's not an X if it doesn't it counts as one. Let me know. Thanks

Thanks, Marty ..... final score 50/50 2X .... that will get blown out of the water anyway by all these skilled shooters.  ;D

and Steve .... I have a remark for you but can't post it on this forum.   ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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« Reply #7 on: August 02, 2017, 08:52:23 PM »
Nice shooting Allan!! It's about time you get a target submitted ;D
+1

Alan..... I'm heading out the door and won't be back until later today. I'll get you added when I get back.
RE: the questionable X.... Just put a pellet head in the hole if it touches the line it's not an X if it doesn't it counts as one. Let me know. Thanks

Thanks, Marty ..... final score 50/50 2X .... that will get blown out of the water anyway by all these skilled shooters.  ;D

and Steve .... I have a remark for you but can't post it on this forum.   ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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Thanks for clarifying the X.

To get added to the NUAH Club members list post in the NUAH Club gate the pic with the calipers on the 4MOA ring, the pic of the target showing the CTC of the group, the pic of the range and any others you want to add. After you post there I'll add you to the Members list.
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Re: Post Here.... 100 Yard Air rifle Match # 4-2017
« Reply #8 on: August 09, 2017, 07:45:38 PM »
Here's my .25 entry.

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50/50  1X 1.224" CTC


I had a couple of targets with tight 4 shot groups but there was always one pellet that had a mind of is own :o


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« Reply #9 on: August 09, 2017, 10:04:47 PM »
Marty, thats nice!
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« Reply #10 on: August 10, 2017, 11:27:50 AM »
Marty ...... real nice .... My daughter has an HM1000X on the way from RAW, in .22.  Should be here in a couple of weeks.  Son-in-law ordered the BM at the same time.  They ordered them back in May.  Can't wait to try them both.  RAW's CNC machine, that shapes the stocks, broke down, and put a two week delay on manufacturing.  It will interesting on how these compare to my Wolf.

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« Reply #11 on: August 10, 2017, 09:36:07 PM »
Thanks mr007s and Allan.

Marty ...... real nice .... My daughter has an HM1000X on the way from RAW, in .22.  Should be here in a couple of weeks.  Son-in-law ordered the BM at the same time.  They ordered them back in May.  Can't wait to try them both.  RAW's CNC machine, that shapes the stocks, broke down, and put a two week delay on manufacturing.  It will interesting on how these compare to my Wolf.

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I've never held or shot a Daystate but from what everybody else says about them I bet that the they are on par with  RAW. The Raw is built like a tank and heavy but I think that's a plus when it comes to bench shooting. I'm curious to hear what you think about them.  The main reasons I own RAWs are they are made in the USA (only one state away from me), are a quality product and the customer service has been outstanding any time I've dealt with Martin or Sandra.

I have a .22 RAW barrel that I picked up a while ago and am thinking about switching my 30 HMX over. That will be after I use up all my .30 pellets. It's a little to loud for shooting in my back yard range and all I do is mostly shoot paper anyway. Let me know how your daughters .22 shoots after she gets it.

 
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« Reply #12 on: August 12, 2017, 02:58:46 AM »
Thanks mr007s and Allan.

Marty ...... real nice .... My daughter has an HM1000X on the way from RAW, in .22.  Should be here in a couple of weeks.  Son-in-law ordered the BM at the same time.  They ordered them back in May.  Can't wait to try them both.  RAW's CNC machine, that shapes the stocks, broke down, and put a two week delay on manufacturing.  It will interesting on how these compare to my Wolf.

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I've never held or shot a Daystate but from what everybody else says about them I bet that the they are on par with  RAW. The Raw is built like a tank and heavy but I think that's a plus when it comes to bench shooting. I'm curious to hear what you think about them.  The main reasons I own RAWs are they are made in the USA (only one state away from me), are a quality product and the customer service has been outstanding any time I've dealt with Martin or Sandra.

I have a .22 RAW barrel that I picked up a while ago and am thinking about switching my 30 HMX over. That will be after I use up all my .30 pellets. It's a little to loud for shooting in my back yard range and all I do is mostly shoot paper anyway. Let me know how your daughters .22 shoots after she gets it.

Will do, Marty.  I also plan on taking the RAW's over to Steve's (Nitrochrushr) house, so he can try them out too.  You will get two opinions.  Ted Bier won the Extreme this year with an FX Impact in .25, his video is on YouTube.  He explains a little about the better BC of the .25 vs the .30 .... and I think it handles the wind better than a .30.  If you plan to ever compete at high levels such as the Extreme Benchrest, it might be better to go to .25 cal?

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« Reply #13 on: August 12, 2017, 08:46:58 AM »
Thanks mr007s and Allan.

Marty ...... real nice .... My daughter has an HM1000X on the way from RAW, in .22.  Should be here in a couple of weeks.  Son-in-law ordered the BM at the same time.  They ordered them back in May.  Can't wait to try them both.  RAW's CNC machine, that shapes the stocks, broke down, and put a two week delay on manufacturing.  It will interesting on how these compare to my Wolf.

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I've never held or shot a Daystate but from what everybody else says about them I bet that the they are on par with  RAW. The Raw is built like a tank and heavy but I think that's a plus when it comes to bench shooting. I'm curious to hear what you think about them.  The main reasons I own RAWs are they are made in the USA (only one state away from me), are a quality product and the customer service has been outstanding any time I've dealt with Martin or Sandra.

I have a .22 RAW barrel that I picked up a while ago and am thinking about switching my 30 HMX over. That will be after I use up all my .30 pellets. It's a little to loud for shooting in my back yard range and all I do is mostly shoot paper anyway. Let me know how your daughters .22 shoots after she gets it.

Will do, Marty.  I also plan on taking the RAW's over to Steve's (Nitrochrushr) house, so he can try them out too.  You will get two opinions.  Ted Bier won the Extreme this year with an FX Impact in .25, his video is on YouTube.  He explains a little about the better BC of the .25 vs the .30 .... and I think it handles the wind better than a .30.  If you plan to ever compete at high levels such as the Extreme Benchrest, it might be better to go to .25 cal?

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I'll be up in PA at my sons house in mid September who lives not that far from Steve. We can get together and have a shoot out :D  I'll bring my RAWs.

I seriously doubt I'm consistently good enough to compete at the extreme levels so I mostly compete against myself. I tend to agree with Ted that .25 works better than .30. Having one of each the .25 seems to get slightly better scores.

I originally wanted a .25 but the .30 I have came along at a really good price.
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« Reply #14 on: August 14, 2017, 03:22:26 AM »
Thanks mr007s and Allan.

Marty ...... real nice .... My daughter has an HM1000X on the way from RAW, in .22.  Should be here in a couple of weeks.  Son-in-law ordered the BM at the same time.  They ordered them back in May.  Can't wait to try them both.  RAW's CNC machine, that shapes the stocks, broke down, and put a two week delay on manufacturing.  It will interesting on how these compare to my Wolf.

Pappy / Allan

I've never held or shot a Daystate but from what everybody else says about them I bet that the they are on par with  RAW. The Raw is built like a tank and heavy but I think that's a plus when it comes to bench shooting. I'm curious to hear what you think about them.  The main reasons I own RAWs are they are made in the USA (only one state away from me), are a quality product and the customer service has been outstanding any time I've dealt with Martin or Sandra.

I have a .22 RAW barrel that I picked up a while ago and am thinking about switching my 30 HMX over. That will be after I use up all my .30 pellets. It's a little to loud for shooting in my back yard range and all I do is mostly shoot paper anyway. Let me know how your daughters .22 shoots after she gets it.

Will do, Marty.  I also plan on taking the RAW's over to Steve's (Nitrochrushr) house, so he can try them out too.  You will get two opinions.  Ted Bier won the Extreme this year with an FX Impact in .25, his video is on YouTube.  He explains a little about the better BC of the .25 vs the .30 .... and I think it handles the wind better than a .30.  If you plan to ever compete at high levels such as the Extreme Benchrest, it might be better to go to .25 cal?

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I'll be up in PA at my sons house in mid September who lives not that far from Steve. We can get together and have a shoot out :D  I'll bring my RAWs.

I seriously doubt I'm consistently good enough to compete at the extreme levels so I mostly compete against myself. I tend to agree with Ted that .25 works better than .30. Having one of each the .25 seems to get slightly better scores.

I originally wanted a .25 but the .30 I have came along at a really good price.
I'm traveling for business to Florida the week of Sept 11th ..... back home the week of the 18th.  If you are at your sons house the week of the 18th, let me know.  I'll inform Steve this might take place.  Cool  8)

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« Reply #15 on: August 14, 2017, 09:59:46 AM »
Nice shooting guys 8)  Marty, let me know when you will be in the area and we'll try to set something up.  I'm surrounded by corn fields now so it is keeping me from setting up out in the field.  But I was able to set up diagonally across our property and get 100+ yards.  I think I can stagger to get more than one bench aligned with the target.  If not, we can set up along the corn field and get 75+  :D  Hopefully that Allan guy can make it too ;D

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« Reply #16 on: August 14, 2017, 11:00:24 AM »
Steve ... looks like I'll be up there the WE of the 16th and 17th.  I'll be in touch as it gets closer.
Yes , hopefully that Allan guy can make it after all the trash talk ;D 8)
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« Reply #17 on: August 15, 2017, 02:24:23 AM »
Steve ... looks like I'll be up there the WE of the 16th and 17th.  I'll be in touch as it gets closer.
Yes , hopefully that Allan guy can make it after all the trash talk ;D 8)

Looks like I might be able to squeeze a day in that weekend.  Yep, we will talk as the date gets closer.  Trash talk, what trash talk?  I only trash talk to Steve, talking smack is the reward for N.U.A.H. rankings ... if I ever hit Master, let the smack talk begin.  ;D ;D ;)

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« Reply #18 on: August 15, 2017, 10:10:59 AM »
Steve ... looks like I'll be up there the WE of the 16th and 17th.  I'll be in touch as it gets closer.
Yes , hopefully that Allan guy can make it after all the trash talk ;D 8)

Looks like I might be able to squeeze a day in that weekend.  Yep, we will talk as the date gets closer.  Trash talk, what trash talk?  I only trash talk to Steve, talking smack is the reward for N.U.A.H. rankings ... if I ever hit Master, let the smack talk begin.  ;D ;D ;)

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Good to hear Allan, I hope it all works out for a get together. Should be fun.
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« Reply #19 on: August 15, 2017, 10:43:07 AM »
Some targets I shot on the 11th. These were taken out at the Talon gun range in Tallahassee Florida on their 100 yard range . It was about 95 degrees so I have the range to myself. Wind was barely moving. Shooting my .25 mrod with JSB 25gr pellets.
Marty if you don't mind score these for me. Thanks
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