Results Added****100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018



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Results Added****100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« on: June 25, 2018, 08:17:30 AM »
Welcome to the fourth 100 yard match of 2018. 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 July 22 2018
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:

Name
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Sights
Pellet/Bullet
Position
Score and Group Size
Any other info you would like to share(weather,pictures, etc)

Have Fun and Enjoy the match.


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.

The Winners Are:
Gold - jtrobb                  50/50  3X 0.92"CTC
Silver - d.lead.slinger      50/50  3X 1.19"CTC
Bronze - bReTt                50/50  1X 0.78"CTC

Results
.22
bReTt -                    50/50  1X  0.78"CTC
jtrobb -                   50/50   3X 0.92"CTC

.25
d.lead.slinger -         50/50  3X  1.19"CTC
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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2018, 10:36:16 AM »
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Monstrum Tactical 4-14 FFP scope
Using .25 cal 25 grain JSBs
Shooting from a bench. Bipod on front bag in back
Winds were 0mph.
Group size is 1.19 ctc
Scored 50/50 with 3Xs.


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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2018, 03:43:16 PM »
Nice shooting, David !!!

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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #3 on: July 06, 2018, 01:32:18 AM »
Brett Peterson (bReTt)
FX Streamline .22 cal
Hawke 6.5-20x42  20X
JSB 18.1
100 yards
Seated, bipod, rear bag
0 calm
50/50 1X  .78Ē group
« Last Edit: July 06, 2018, 01:47:01 AM by bReTt »
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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #4 on: July 06, 2018, 02:01:56 AM »
Way to go, Brett.... you did a nice job colouring that target, BTW.... should be easy to see and center on at 100 yds.... I'm curious, will a MilDot fit inside, or does it cover the X-ring?....

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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #5 on: July 06, 2018, 02:39:12 AM »
Way to go, Brett.... you did a nice job colouring that target, BTW.... should be easy to see and center on at 100 yds.... I'm curious, will a MilDot fit inside, or does it cover the X-ring?....

Bob
Thanks Bob!

I shoot 100 yards on 20x and the scope I have (Hawke Tactical Sidewinder 30) has the 20X half mil dot reticle.  Iím zeroed at 50 yards so I holdover at the 4th mil dot down at 100.  I have to make some elevation and windage adjustments to get on at that dot. 

I would guess that the dot fills half of the X circle.  Thatís partly why I colored just the 10 ring, so I could aim at the center.  I also wanted to see the pellet holes.  I can barely make them out in the white X but they are invisible in the 10 ring with the red.  Previously, I was shooting the target with the black X circle but the mil dot was lost in it and I couldnít see when the X was hit.

Next time, if I remember, Iíll try and get a picture through the scope at 100 yards and post it so you can see it. 

About the target...  I colored it with a red marker and I make copies of the original so I only had to color one.  I experimented with a couple other colors, orange and pink, but red copies the best and is still easy to see.  I may try a yellow highlighted one or use the green and yellow one sometime.
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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #6 on: July 06, 2018, 08:30:44 AM »
Good shooting guys. Should be an interesting match.
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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #7 on: July 06, 2018, 09:35:20 AM »
Nice shooting, David !!!

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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #8 on: July 06, 2018, 09:36:13 AM »
Brett Peterson (bReTt)
FX Streamline .22 cal
Hawke 6.5-20x42  20X
JSB 18.1
100 yards
Seated, bipod, rear bag
0 calm
50/50 1X  .78Ē group

That is one impressive target... Well done!!!
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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #9 on: July 06, 2018, 12:15:20 PM »
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Using .25 cal 25 grain JSBs
Shooting from a bench. Bipod on front bag in back
Winds were 0mph.
Group size is 1.19 ctc
Scored 50/50 with 3Xs.
Well done!  3X is amazing.  Really 4X but I understand scoring down if breaking the ring. 
I love the sound of a .25 pellet wizzing through the air.  I almost bought .25 when I bought this Streamline.  I shoot a lot so I went with .22 for cheaper pellets.  Not sure if thatís the best reasoning or not but I am happy with my rifle so itís all good.

How many targets did you have to shoot to get that target? 

I shot 10.  5 one day and 5 yesterday evening.  Itís amazing how much the wind effects the pellets. 
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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #10 on: July 06, 2018, 12:27:24 PM »
d.lead.slinger
.25 Taipan Vet.
Monstrum Tactical 4-14 FFP scope
Using .25 cal 25 grain JSBs
Shooting from a bench. Bipod on front bag in back
Winds were 0mph.
Group size is 1.19 ctc
Scored 50/50 with 3Xs.
Well done!  3X is amazing.  Really 4X but I understand scoring down if breaking the ring. 
I love the sound of a .25 pellet wizzing through the air.  I almost bought .25 when I bought this Streamline.  I shoot a lot so I went with .22 for cheaper pellets.  Not sure if thatís the best reasoning or not but I am happy with my rifle so itís all good.

How many targets did you have to shoot to get that target? 

I shot 10.  5 one day and 5 yesterday evening.  Itís amazing how much the wind effects the pellets.
I used 3 targets that morning. One with a shoot and see and the other 2 were "oficial targets". I have a prblem with the fifth shot everytime. Either a puff of wind, me pulling the shot, or I get excited and use the wrong holdover... Which is what happened to the 2nd target of the three.
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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #11 on: July 13, 2018, 07:49:05 PM »
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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #12 on: July 13, 2018, 11:30:45 PM »
You guys are awesome.  Great groups.  Been watching this match for almost a year.  You made up my mind.  A Taipan Veteran Standard .22 is in my future.  Would already be mine, but nobody has one.
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Re: 100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #13 on: July 14, 2018, 11:47:52 AM »
Great shooting men! 
Now we need a .177 target and a Springer target and then we will have some variety going on. 
I can't wait to see the rest of the targets get entered.  Have fun and keep them coming!
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Re: Results Added****100 Yard Air Rifle Match #4-2018
« Reply #14 on: July 23, 2018, 04:03:46 PM »
Great match this time around. Everyone scored a 50 with the winner decided by the group size. Great shooting everyone.

jtrobb -            50/50  3X  0.92"CTC
d.lead.slinger - 50/50  3X  1.19"CTC
bReTt -            50/50  1X  0.78"CTC

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