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Old 11-20-2017, 12:57 AM
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We held our monthly NorCal URSA unlimited range shooters association match today.
We had 9 shooters on the line and another 10-15 onlookers watching what we do.

Congratulations goes out to CalGuns regular Focus on winning both matches!!!!
He also got 8 out of 10 hits at 2054 yards which is the most hits since the inception of the URSA.
He actually had 9 hits in a row if you include his last practice shot.
We also had our first lady shooter on the line today and she got two hits with a 338 Lapua.
After everyone qualified we had an equipment issue with a light sensor that CalGun regular Hoffer fixed temporarily with some paracord. It lasted until the hits vibrated the welds off the back of the gong.
I loaned Amy my heavygun for match#2 and she became the first lady shooter to qualify at one of our matches!!! Congrats Amy!!!
The weather started out below freezing freezing and with very light wind but actually got better as the day went on.
Focus with his 8/10 got his final achievement point at 2000 yards plus he qualified for the upcoming 3K match.
WhiteMamba Hoffer and Myself all got atleast 5 hits at 2000+ qualifying us for the 3K as well.
Hoffer went 7/7 before the light quit working the first time.
I would like to thank Hoffer Brett Ken WhiteMamba Focus Aaron with a 7 Amy and Josh plus Boygaun and all his friends for a very interesting match.
I think if we had less trouble today with the light someone could have run all 10 shots for record.
We had 4 shooters get a first round hit after there sight in period of 3 shots and some very impressive strings.
A special note goes out to Aaron with a 7 and Amy who got several hits while shooting my heavygun without its front rest. They got hits and qualified while shooting off of a case of silicon caulking material wrapped in a large towel when I managed to leave the front rest on my porch.
The lack of wind was a real pleasure to shoot in today!!!
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Sucks the light quit. Was hoping to give Focus a run for his money.

Fairly big crowd. Nice to see a couple 50DTC out there too

Saturday night was definitely into the 20's as the pond it the road was frozen 3/8" thick. Will bring warmer clothing next time.
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Excellent to outstanding!

Many more pics, please!

Lynn - please get the sheets in the mail ASAP. [No sheets, no stats, no shirt for our newest "Novice".] Thanks.

New Novice - please e-mail me your preferred mail-to address, and confirm size (the shirt is sitting waiting to ship). Thanks.
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With the monsters you guys shoot, can't you see/hear the hits?

How big is that gong?
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Gong is 37 inches across and yes you can hear the hits but not all the time.
When Hoffer was pounding the gong we could see it move but the light didn't flash. When Ken hit the gong with his 50 there was no mistake that it was a clean hit as the gong swings pretty good even though they weigh 118 pounds.
A wire from the 9 volt battery was internally busted and the clip that goes on the battery couldn't be tightened up and believe me we tried.
As long as Hoffer held onto the battery everything worked but once he let go no joy.
We tried foam a paper towel and ended up using paracord without a cover and it worked like new again until the bracket itself tore off.
Focus is working on the video of the shoot as I type this and from what he just texted me you can see the lights flashing in his video from 2054 yards.

Edit: The picture shows the back side of the gong and where the bracket snapped off. You can see the shiny steel in the picture where it broke in 4 places.
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This clip was the second string of the morning. It's still dark. But, the sun is heating the air and the mirage is present. Sorry, for the wind noise; the camera's mic is not shielded.

https://youtu.be/K-UgarvF1JM

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No it was professionally welded but the welds didn't give out the metal right above the welds let loose.
The scary thing is I am going to weld it back on.

Focus
Thanks for the video and great job.
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Congrats to the winners!! Sounds like nice shooting all the way around.
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What are all the calibers that went out shooting that day?
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What are all the calibers that went out shooting that day?
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It was nice seeing you guys shot. I tried to say goodbye before we left but you guys were in a match at that time. We would have stayed longer but we were on our annual Christmas tree run

I couldn’t believe how small the target was and how accurate everyone was.

Lynn. Is there a place in that area where I could say setup shorter like 500-1000 and practice
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There was at least one 375 SnipeTac on the line.

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No it was professionally welded but the welds didn't give out the metal right above the welds let loose.
The scary thing is I am going to weld it back on.

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Were both big boomers 50 DTC's?

Boyguan
If you keep going east there was around 250,000 acres that burned down you can shoot on. You would need to bring a rangefinder to confirm the distance.
Towards Bartlett Springs or Indian Valley.
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Were both big boomers 50 DTC's?
Yep

Even the DTC's will blow the hair off your head.
You seemed to have a little less at the end of the day
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No it was professionally welded but the welds didn't give out the metal right above the welds let loose.
The scary thing is I am going to weld it back on.

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Thanks for the video and great job.
Any chance that some junkyard valve springs welded to the plate as feet for the light equipment plate?
adding holes centered in the springs for a bolt to pass through and be threaded into the target plate you can preload the springs then weld or double nut to lock the bolts tight. some of the energy transferred to the target will dissipate into the springs. if you distrust 4 feet you can have 8 or whatever.
other ways of dampening can be added too. I would use grade 5 1/2 inch bolts 8 of them should load share well enough.
grade 5 bolts are softer and flex a bit rather than stress crack.
also you could rotate bolts out of use after each match. a box of bolts now and then is a cheep maintenance fix. and you have time to try it and test it to prove the concept.
Oh, put 2 bolts inside each spring lightly touching so the spring won't whip.
if you add a pill box below ground level and have a camera aimed at the target to record hits to a laptop as a backup for your light setup gives dual confirmations to avoid the match being called off, no one wants that.


good luck with the next match

feel free to contact me if you want any help.

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I have to rebarrel my 50 and get back out there with you guys.

For more pics of the match go to the FCSA website and look in the photo gallery. One of the pages is listed as the URSA NorCal fun match and is where Brett posted the pics he took.
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Nice shooting! I wanted to go out there to just watch the hits with my spotting scope. My back was just killing me, so maybe next time.
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I think he said 34 pounds. He was using two different muzzlebrakes and when he would touch it off what's left of my hair would get blown around from approximately 20 feet away.
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Wow, I have to say, this has evolved a long way from what we were doing, carting what we could in/strapped to our packs to an FFF - Then lazing..

Not only the shovel work done, but the platform and F-class bipod stops are nearing if not a work of art. ó



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Wow, I have to say, this has evolved a long way from what we were doing, carting what we could in/strapped to our packs to an FFF - Then lazing..

Not only the shovel work done, but the platform and F-class bipod stops are nearing if not a work of art. ó
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I am not allowed to give out other people's details without there permission but Bi-pods have come a long way as have chassis designs.
We had several shooters sporting bi-pods with what appears to be linear bearings to help them track like a bag gun.
The rear bags and mono-pods are now sliding in mechanical channels adjustable for windage and elevation.
Brett Bergers newest chassis design is based on the same principles of a Calfee straightline stock were the bore buttstock and forend are all parallel and perpendicular with carbon fiber tracking rails when he isn't running a bipod.
And he can hand it to you with one hand. Its a 510 DTC built on a McMillan single shot action. I would imagine it makes lightguns class at FCSA Matches with ease?
I am about the only old school dinosaur gun shooter we have but after making 5/6 shots on Sunday and disqualifying myself from the competition to avoid contraversy after the light failure I think the dinosaur guns can still compete atleast for a while.
They are also so wickedly accurate and easy to shoot that new shooters can sit behind one of them and fling 300 grain bullets at 3000 FPS under a 100 grains of powder without any recoil induced flinching or fear of punishing there shoulder.
We are also on somewhat rough terrain so rather rather than swapping out guns/shooters we just build another lane with whatever is available to us. This allows up to 12 shooters to be looking through there scopes at any given time which would be a huge advantage to those willing to take advantage of it.
So far the shooters have been very comfortable sharing there dopes with each other and spotting misses as you know is the key.
All the gear used by WhiteMamba is his hunting gear so it is man portable if your 6 feet plus and in good shape.
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I think he said 34 pounds. He was using two different muzzlebrakes and when he would touch it off what's left of my hair would get blown around from approximately 20 feet away.
Thatís still man portable considering most soldiers are used to hauling more than 40 lbs of gear on them. The blast and the shockwave must have been something!

Iím sure having whatís left of your hair blown around by the blast is very exciting. Iíve seen a Sharpie marker get blown 30 ft from the shooters mat by the side ports of a 338 Lapua.
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Lynn,

Thanks for the info- I get it and I respect the distinction in URSA from ELR.. even if the current (not for long) distances seem to be the same. I think it took me a bit to get that; as to me and a hole bunch of other long time ELR shooter, was a field sport (even if not a big guy like Whitemamba and Skeeter) using systems that could dial or hold to hit any range inside it’s max range if target was within the CEP, with the targets and or the FFPs not always in the same place.

URSA seems to have been thought out well and is attempting to make a name from scratch with purpose built tools. Again that’s the high road..

Not all in the community are doing such and would rather take a know acronym for their own... But that’s another ugly story..


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Sorry - Not only that but I meant to reply to Lynn's post I think..

I should have proved by now to all that I can NOT type nor form a message that is easily read, much less makes the point I intend

No disrespect intended..

BTW my post was meant as a compliment to Oscar and others who including Lynn who dare creating a brand from scratch.. hope that came thru

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Sorry - Not only that but I meant to reply to Lynn's post I think..

I should have proved by now to all that I can NOT type nor form a message that is easily read, much less makes the point I intend

No disrespect intended..

BTW my post was meant as a compliment to Oscar and others who including Lynn who dare creating a brand from scratch.. hope that came thru
Got it!

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I actually think Oscar intended it as ELR but the field was already crowded with non-conforming distances and target sizes/shapes.
The unlimited Range was added so we didn't handicap the distance.
On a day like last Sunday Shaun Brady and the 30 Caliber Conspiracy would most likely have qualified all there guns at the first leg. After the extra 500 yards got added in and with wet soil it is anyone's guess on how they would have done.
This game seems to be about spotting your misses and then making a fast enough correction for a next round hit.
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Ya, that part has not changed

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I may finally be getting closer to joining in the fun!!

Billy Goat Machine just got done with my 510DTC barrel. That's it mounted to my BAT EX action with an Armalite MB. Bartlien barrel, 2" OD.

For scale it's next to a complete 7lbs hunting rifle in 6.5CM with a 19" barrel.

Wahoo!! Old-School boom stick, haha!!

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