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Might be too much change to soon now... But

May 1 2011 at 5:39 PM

Lonnie Smith  (Login AirSmithCA)
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Response to Okay then, is it time to send a proposal to AAFTA.?

Rays proposal may just be next years evolution of our sport. It would accomadate more particiaption with a wider age of shooters being able to be competetive.

In the meantime,
I like the idea of limiting Hunter Class to a 2lb trigger weight minimum and scopes of only 12x capability or less. I think that it would be more condusive to the "spirit of its purpose" Seperating pcp and piston would be appropriate as well.

Some additional thoughts;
Perhaps it would be worthwhile for some HFT shooters put high mag scopes on their guns and see how it compares at the local level so we have some real time trial and error before making any changes there.










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This message has been edited by AirSmithCA on May 1, 2011 10:21 PM


 
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