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    Marksman
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    Post your score guys...don't be shy :cowboy:

    to make a scoring gauge just screw a thin screw into the back of a pellet...then push the pellet into the hole on the target.
    If the skirt of the pellet intrudes into the lower scoring ring then you drop the relative points.
    If you can still see a sliver of black ring then you are OK
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    4800

    FWB300S recoilless spring match rifle 600fps
    Tasco 6-24X44TS fine crosshair with dot
    JSB 4.52 lubed with FP10
    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Fri Mar 18 2005, 04:09PM ]</span>

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    5000

    Steyr LG100 FT 780fps
    Tasco Custom 8-40X56
    JSB 4.52 lubed with FP10

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    Now try it standing on one leg.

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    Was this done outdoors as the rules specify ?

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    yeah but in my backyard I have walls all around so it's pretty much wind free

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    Guido, looks like you will have to be handicapped in some way. Maybe force you to shoot with a Chinese special or something....

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    2950
    Weihrauch HW97K @ 805 fps
    NS 4-12 x 44
    JSB 4.52 std no lube

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    MCJ - did you add the extra 500 points for shooting with a springer?

    I've still got to find a gap to do mine.

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    How much handicap can you claim for a springer with open sights & a pair of 50 year old eyes ?

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    No Avion I did not, is this a standard rule?

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    I got the benchrest target off of Lewis's site and it recons to add 500 points for a recoiling rifle. (Written on the target near the top). So I guess it's standard yeah.

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    The Rules as per the BFTO website.

    Description : BRC 25 is a 25 Yard bench rest competition of 50 shots. One shot only to be fired at each of the circular targets within a 30 minute period, including sighters.

    2 Any air rifle/scope combination is eligible for the competition. However, all guns must comply with Club rules (12ft lbs etc.). All cards will be marked to show the rifle used (eg. type and calibre) and whether it is pre-charged or non pre-charged.

    3 No machine rest will be allowed (ie any device where the front and rear supports are connected together). Standard bench rests, either fixed or adjustable or bean bags etc. may be used. All cards must be shot from a recognised bench rest position, ie seated at a bench with the rifle supported thereon. Any competitor failing to comply with this requirement will be disqualified from the competition.




    7 All targets will be set as close as possible to bench level.

    8 Scoring will be outward gauging - see target card for details. Further the following must be taken into account when scoring :

    a) target missed, minus 25

    b) more than one shot on any target, minus 50

    c) any shot difficult to judge will be scored to the shooters disadvantage

    d) every shot in excess of 50 counted within the target area frame will be scored as a minus 100 penalty

    e) as many sighters as desired may be fired within the sighting area (but within the 30 minute time).



    9 All calibres larger than .177 will be scored on the card value plus a 500 point advantage.

    As you can see, from the last rule it is possible to get a higher score with any other calibre than .177. This was decided for several reasons. Firstly, most target guns are .177 and as such are judged to be more accurate. Secondly, the room for error with the larger calibres is far less, in effect one could say that with equal scores shot, one in .177 and one in .22, the later has shot a tighter group overall.


    <span class='smallblacktext'>[ Edited Tue Mar 22 2005, 01:23PM ]</span>

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    Sorry my bad.

    Apologies for the confusion.

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