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Old 03-07-2012, 6:08 AM
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Im using .129 for sk std +. last time i checked drop at 100 yds for a 50 yd zero was about 7 moa. Its close but i dont think it will x-ring a target just using the calculator. Ive found that you still need some fine tuning to get it right on. Works well for getting on pap er at long distances w/ high power rifle. But i dont think theres a chart or calculator out there thats better than good dope.
I think the tables call for about 7 MOA, but I'm up at 8 MOA at 100 yards (50 yard zero), and that's at 3500' of altitude (100 yard range).

Which seems backwards, but like I said, I'm going to confirm the distances with a contracter's tape. I'm not looking for x-ring accuracy, but I do want to shoot the .22 at longer ranges (upwards of 300 yards on our higher-altitutde range) and would like to nudge everything so I'm at least in the ballpark.
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So how much does temp. and altitude affect a .22?? I shoot anywhere from 120-1300ft. and from 35-90 degrees?? I've only noticed minimal effects when plugging numbers into the calc.
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Old 03-18-2012, 4:10 PM
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A bump to call attention to the Match. I know the weather has not been good but still a lot of time left in the month for some shooting. I'm under 18" of snow this weekend and 16 degree temps so tough to get out and shoot. Hope to see some more targets before month's end.

I'll be posting the April match as well and will be adding a 15 and 25yd Pistol Match. Requested by some fellow members so we'll give it a try.
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I tried to shoot yesterday (not enough snow to stop me getting in), but a series of snow squalls were coming in -- along with the 20 mph wind, the 35 mph gusts, horizontal snow, and "damn, I can't feel my face or my fingers" sensations.

Not exactly ideal for a 3/4" group at 100 yards.

Maybe next time...
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I tried to shoot yesterday (not enough snow to stop me getting in), but a series of snow squalls were coming in -- along with the 20 mph wind, the 35 mph gusts, horizontal snow, and "damn, I can't feel my face or my fingers" sensations.

Not exactly ideal for a 3/4" group at 100 yards.

Maybe next time...
You are a real trooper to try shooting in that weather. I froze just running my snow blower for 30 minutes. Then it dumped another 8 inches on my driveway last night and CalTrans built a nice 3 ft snow berm at the top of my driveway. Still, gotta love the snow.
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Most of the snow is staying south of us, but it's damn cold; couldn't force the utility room door open this morning when the dog had to go out (froze).

All I really wanted to do was work on the 100 yard targets; as soon as it warms and the 300 yard range opens up, I want to get the .22 out to 200 and 300 yards, just to see what's going to happen...
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Did a little shooting after work today.
Gun: Savage Tr
Scope: Bushnell 4200 6x24-50 set at 16
Ammo: Wolf MT
50 yards with a score of 88and 3x

I should of printed more than one target.
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One of the few nice weather days AND I happened to have it off. Drove 40 minutes up to Los Altos gun club, set up my stuff after making sure I had everything packed the night before. Opened up the range box to get the....DANG, I FORGOT THE FREAKIN TARGETS SITTING ON THE PRINTER. This was after I ran out of printer ink halfway through printing. All targets were not shot with a Savage MKII BV w/ Nikon 6-18x40 scope.
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Did a little shooting after work today.
Gun: Savage Tr
Scope: Bushnell 4200 6x24-50 set at 16
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50 yards with a score of 88and 3x

I should of printed more than one target.
Nice shooting. I love my Savage TR; they're amazingly accurate, especially given the cost.
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Default April Rimfire Rifle and Pistol Match

March Winners

Congratulations to the Winners and all the Shooters for Participating

25 yard Irons: No targets posted
50 yard Irons: No targets posted
100 yard Iron: No targets posted

25 yard Scope: Izzy43, Score 92-5X

50 yard Scope: Stoopy, Score 88-3X

100 yard Scope: Izzy43, Score 60

NOTE: Starting in May, member “surfNshoot” will post the thread for these matches. Its been fun and hope you all continue to shoot.

April Targets!!

Print all targets at 100%. Colored targets may be printed in grayscale to save on color ink if desired.

25 Yard Irons: (Same as last month)
See attachment below.
Take 3 shots at each target for a total of 12 shots. Score your target as indicated on the target.

50 Yard Irons: (Same as last month)
See attachment below.
Take 5 shots on each target for a total of 10 shots. Score your target as indicated on the target.

100 Yard Irons: (Same as last month)
See attachment below.
Take 5 shots. Score your target as indicated on the target.

50 Yard Scoped
See attachment below.
Take 1 shot at each target. Center is 12, then 10, 9, 8.

100 Yard Scoped
See Attachment.
Take 5 shots. Center is 12, then 10, 9, 8.

NEW FOR THIS MONTH.

15 yard Pistol Target, Iron Sights or Red Dot. No Magnified Optics.
Use the 50 yd Iron Sight Target
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Take five shots at each bullseye. Score your target. Target may be shot off hand or from a bench rest. Off hand shooters will compete separately from bench rest shooters.

25 yard Pistol Target, Iron Sights or Red Dot. No Magnified Optics.
Use the 100 yd Iron Sight Target
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Take five shots at the bullseye. Score your target. Target may be shot off hand or from a bench rest. Off hand shooters will compete separately from bench rest shooters.

Pistol matches may continue in following months based on number of participants.

For each target indicate your total score and if not already indicated on the target note the distance shot and what type of sights. Ex: Score =xxx, Iron Sights, Scope, Red Dot. No fair shooting iron sight targets with a scope for score.

Rules:
This is an online match. Print off the targets, shoot where and when you want. Come back and post your targets for those in your face bragging rights!! I do encourage meeting up with other match shooters. Any rimfire firearm is eligible. Shooting from a benchrest, prone, sitting, standing, hood of your car, leaning against a tree is acceptable. Using a rest in which the Rifle/Pistol can be locked down is verboten.


Bonus Points

Here is how it will work. This is only on targets that have multiple shots on one target. We shoot the targets as normal and add up the scores like normal. The twist is we shoot for groups as well. For example, if we are shooting 5 shots on each target. If none of the 5 bullet holes are touching you get no bonus points. If two are touching you get 2 bonus points. If three are touching you get 3 bonus points on up to 5 bonus points for each target.

Finally for any questions just drop me a PM and I'll get right back to you. Feel free to also PM me with feedback/complaints/errors I make, etc... These matches are based on “Gentlemen's/Ladie's Honor” so go shoot and have fun.

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Old 04-01-2012, 3:35 PM
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Great I'm in! I will try the 50 and 100 this time. I think i might have found what my rifkes like now so lets do this
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I've been looking forward to this. I just got the used Savage MKII semi dialed in. I have about 300 rounds though it so far. Hope I dont stink up the match too much.
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I started shooting in these matches over a year ago. I was not very good at it but after a few months I kept getting better. Good luck in this month's match, post up those shot targets.
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Just printed my targets (THANKS) I hope to get out sometime this week.
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Just printed my targets (THANKS) I hope to get out sometime this week.
Great, I just got back from shooting. Be sure to post your targets.
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I just re-read the rules. I did not see mention of a bi-pod.
Abvious question is can I use one?
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I just re-read the rules. I did not see mention of a bi-pod.
Abvious question is can I use one?
Yes, you can shoot any way you want. EDIT: Except for a lockdown type of rest

I'll try and get in on this month's match. Pistol match looks fun!

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Old 04-02-2012, 5:04 PM
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I just re-read the rules. I did not see mention of a bi-pod.
Abvious question is can I use one?
Yes. Any type of support can be used as long as it it not a rest where by the rifle will maintain its position after being fired such as the type of rest where the rifle is locked into the rest.

Here is the type (and their are many different designs) of bench rest that is NOT allowed for these matches: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B003DWQGU0/...hvptwo=&hvqmt=

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Put money down on a S$W 617 so I may partake in the pistol side
good idea Izzy this is something we need to incorperate
yeah the $ isnt a typo it was expensive
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I might have to dust off the old single six. Can we use .22 mags out of the pistols or only .22lr?
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This looks fun. My buddies and I do most of our shooting at Iron Sights in Oceanside. I'll print these targets up and take them with me next time. I just got a CMMG 22 upper. I also shoot a scoped 795, stock model 60, 10/20 currently wearing in a bullpup/red dot, and stock 22/45 mkIII 4". I'll post up soon, hopefully. I'm trying to save up $$$ for the up coming Zombie/Barstow shoot. Happy shooting.
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I might have to dust off the old single six. Can we use .22 mags out of the pistols or only .22lr?
Any rimfire rifle/pistol and ammo is ok. I shoot .22lr, .17HMR and .22WMR.
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I'm trying to save up $$$ for the p coming Zombie/Barstow shoot. Happy shooting.
When is that?
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Nice!
We have until the end of April to post target photo's?
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Nice!
We have until the end of April to post target photo's?
Yes, April 30 is the last day to post targets.
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When is that?
April 21st. Here's the link:
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=523185
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My new toy

s-w 617 by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr
Yes, a little on the expensive side but all I have read about them is that they shoot great. Excellent looking revolver. Good luck shooting it. Lets us know how she does.
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Shot two targets today. 25yd Iron Sight target shot with CZ 452 UltraLux and Aguila Pistol Match ammo, score-123. 50yd Scoped target shot with Savage MKII BTVS and Wolf Match Target ammo, score-136.

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That's good shooting
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Went out and hit Los Altos Gun Club today to shoot the 50 and 100yd scoped targets. Scored 140 on the 50 scoped, and 56 (if I scored correctly) on the 100 yd scoped. 50 high score was shot with Federal UM22 UltraMatch, and the 100 high score was shot with SK std+. Both scores shot with a Savage MKII BV with a Nikon Buckmasters 6-18x40 scope.
I scored the 100 as follows. 12, 12, 10, 9, 9 for 52. Bonus points for two, two shot groups at 4pts. Total 56. I can also read it as two individual groups at 1 pt each for 54. Jury???
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My contribution 4-7-12
25 Irons 132

4-7-12 (2) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr
50 Irons 123 BTW it was my Kimber not my CZ

4-7-12 (1) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr
50 scoped 129

4-7-12 (3) by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr
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usmcchet: Just fantastic shooting.
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Way to go on that 25 yd irons usmcchet!!
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Thanks guys though yours and Coventingtons at 50 scoped were sick
have to wait till I get my CZ 455 PT then I might give you a run for your money
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Shot the 100yd scoped target yesterday with Savage 93r17 BTVS using Hornady .17HMR V-Max 17gr ammo. A little wind but don't think it affected the outcome that much. Shot another target with a much tighter group but it was off the bull. Score-58.


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Nice shooting Izzy
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Shot the 100yd scoped target again today. Didn't improve the score much but I sure liked the group better. Savage .17HMR, Vortex 8-32X scope set on 24X (might have improved the group) and Hornady 17gr V-max ammo. Score-59.

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Wow...the way things are going, its going to take a possible to even compete from now on.
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Wow...the way things are going, its going to take a possible to even compete from now on.
Nah, you can beat us all.

And this says it all:

"Fathom the hypocrisy of a Government
that requires every citizen to prove they are insured ...
but not prove they are a citizen."

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