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    Protea FT Team '12/'16/'17

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    this must be how they train to shoot in the rain

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    Sharp Shooter
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    Bet you cannot do that to a Dommie.......!!!!!
    The one rifle I can clearly see is a modified BAM, the other one I am not so sure of......

    Malan

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    Protea FT Team '08

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    That was a demo to prove that the electronic triger in the Daystate does not have problems with getting wet.

    They later did another 1 where just the barrel of the gun sticks out of the dam.
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    Marksman
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    give it a few hours and wait for some corrosion...then we talk again
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    Maybe in New Zealand ?

    I hear its quite wet there !

    Me ?
    I'm a bit of a softie , rather go to an indoor range than play in that stuff !
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    Protea Benchrest (Air) Team '08/'10/'11/'13/'15

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    They are shooting with water rifles
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