Had a great time Saturday !!!
|October 3 2017, 9:13 PM |
Gerald, thanks for setting up a great course. I really enjoyed it. I must be going crazy but I was glad it was windy. It gave me a chance to work on my wind doping @ 12 fpe. Looking forward to next time.
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Can't Wait For The Next Match
|October 3 2017, 9:28 PM |
I just wanted to thank you again for putting on another well run FT match. Personally I've never seen an easy course so I wouldn't know one from the other. I practice almost everyday and very ready for it to start getting easier. I love the challenge you and your course has to offer and always have a great time. Congratulations to the winners and all the great scores that were posted. Anyone should be extremely proud of the scores posted. I'm always very impressed.
I can't wait to shoot again and will be happy to help when called.
Another calling match with the wild wind. I was expermenting with a few
|October 4 2017, 6:58 AM |
new methods for my near shots with different pellets. I did ok but I eliminated the use of these pellets.
I have to say how impressed I am with both Scott Allen and John Ford for their great match high scores in their classes.... Well done gentlemen.
Thank Gerald for fun match.... Oh I forgot to get that money before leaving, so just add it toward the next match......
What money, who are you?
|October 4 2017, 7:30 PM |
Just kidding. No problem.
LOL....According to this chart it was an EXPERT course! Load of fun and a great match!
|October 4 2017, 10:49 PM |
I always wonder about the "Windy" modifier...
|October 6 2017, 6:21 PM |
It seems subjective. What's windy? Some match directors may feel that 10 mph is windy while others think 20mph. Also what does one do if half the day was calm and half way through winds pick up to spoil the show. Does the modifier get added or not? I guess the same could be said about elevated targets. What's "Extreme"?
Re: I always wonder about the "Windy" modifier...
|October 6 2017, 10:12 PM |
Wind factor kicks in:
For >25 yards, at about 3mph.
For <25 yards, at about 6mph.
Angle factor kicks in:
For incline/decline targets, at about 15 degrees.
Thanks Scott I must have missed this in the rules...nt
|October 6 2017, 10:24 PM |