e comp- Results

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Re: e comp- Results

Postby Bridger on Sat Sep 13, 2008 11:09 am

I dont think i will be leading for long, once we go past 50m i am shooting at distances i have not shot before, must start some serious practice.
Has anybody got any idea why my pellet holes are so ragged, everyone else seems to have a nice clean pellet hole.
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Re: e comp- Results

Postby raptorx on Sat Sep 13, 2008 11:54 am

Bridger wrote:Has anybody got any idea why my pellet holes are so ragged, everyone else seems to have a nice clean pellet hole.


it may be because of the paper, or our targets were attached on a carton box, where yours was on wood?
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Re: e comp- Results

Postby Bridger on Sat Sep 13, 2008 1:21 pm

Yes...shooting on wood and using normal printer paper. The pellets are .22 FX brand
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Re: e comp- Results

Postby thenighthawk® on Sun Sep 14, 2008 3:28 am

my paper also teared, we have no choice other than using normal printer paper. The paper i printed to raptorx (i shot first, to raptor's printed paper i think it's a photocopy paper) is 80g/m2 Xerox Digital Plus Printer paper so it is not teared. Both of us used cardboard to stick at. Maybe my paper also be loose. After all good shots everyone, let's shoot 50m next time .

edit: Rıfat's paper is one of them which i printed ( because other papers seem to be printed on bubble jet printer, mine is laser)
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Re: e comp- Results

Postby FXpoacher on Sun Sep 14, 2008 8:07 am

raptorx wrote:
Bridger wrote:Has anybody got any idea why my pellet holes are so ragged, everyone else seems to have a nice clean pellet hole.


it may be because of the paper, or our targets were attached on a carton box, where yours was on wood?


I used woodglue spread out thinly over a piece of hardboard.
Hard board is good as it allows the pellet to pass through.
The next target will get glued over the top of that one etc.

:idea: Best would be to get some of that spray mounting glue as it dries quick :D
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Re: e comp- Results

Postby Bridger on Sun Sep 14, 2008 9:51 am

Bingo...... thanks Jeff, my wife is into crafting/card making and has lots of sprayable glue in her craftroom, i'm off to see what i can relieve her of :lol: ;)
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Re: e comp- Results

Postby FXpoacher on Thu Sep 25, 2008 6:13 pm

3 days left untill raptorx has the honour of announcing the 40mtr champ!
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FXOC Monthly Comp Results (September 2008)

Postby raptorx on Mon Sep 29, 2008 8:23 pm

well guys, not much participants but it was fun I think :)

here are the Official Results of 1. Monthly Shootout:

1. Bridger 47 points (golden medal)
2. TheNighthawk 43 points (silver medal)
3. Fxpoacher 41 points (bronze medal)
4. Raptorx 39 points (rusty tin medal)
5. Mrmataraci 33 points (rusty tin medal)

thanks for participants, and congratulations to you all 8-)

hope to see more participants next month's competitions.
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Re: e comp- Results

Postby FXpoacher on Tue Sep 30, 2008 6:41 am

Octobers distance is 50mtrs?
Congrats bridger!
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Re: e comp- Results

Postby PolarWolf on Tue Sep 30, 2008 8:34 am

Could someone please make a post with a quick rundown on of the rules, the target, etc? I wanna join in too!
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