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Old 08-03-2009, 9:32 AM
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Ed you can score your own targets.

If more than 50% percent of your shot is on the inside half of the line you can score a 9 point score.

Center black dot is worth 10 points, in order to score 10 points you must have your shot more than 50% inside the black. For the bonus you MUST be ALL inside the back.
That's a weird way to score.
In ALL organized target shooting competitions, ANY part of the hole touching a line gets you the higher score.
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August 22 rimfire precision rifle match results have been posted in the CaPRC subforum...
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=208837

In case you missed the original match announcement, here it is:
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=204029
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That's a weird way to score.
In ALL organized target shooting competitions, ANY part of the hole touching a line gets you the higher score.
Ok, Thanx for the heads up! I did not know that!

I've never shot any organized matches, and the way I explained is just the way I thought things were. I just figured if most my shot is in the 9 ring and less was in the 10 ring, then it should score 9.

So, as not to be "out of the norm", I stand corrected and we'll use this method of counting the scoring.
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Should this be shot offhand, prone, or does pretty much everything go?
Anything goes for this match! I plan on using a rest.
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Ok, Thanx for the heads up! I did not know that!

I've never shot any organized matches, and the way I explained is just the way I thought things were. I just figured if most my shot is in the 9 ring and less was in the 10 ring, then it should score 9.

So, as not to be "out of the norm", I stand corrected and we'll use this method of counting the scoring.
Here is a good PDF on scoring targets:

http://www.gbpl.org/pdfs/GBPL_scoring.pdf

The last large paragraph on page 3 has the actual NRA wording and discussion about this.

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outside of the bullseye or scoring rings of a target, is given the highest value.
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Thanx for the info! I guess I've actually shot better than I thought!
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Default August rimfire match

Here is my target from today. 50 yards with a rest. Shot at Chabot in Castro Valley on the 50 yard rifle range public line.

With the new score in effect I calculate this to be 370. Only 10 bonus points scored here as all the hits must be within the black as stated in the match start post.

My 10/22 has an unknown stock (I would be interested to know what it is), Harris non swivel bipod,Volquartsen fluted SS barrel with brake, my own trigger job (around 1 1/2 lbs), chamfered bolt, also ground the face down to near minimum head space, auto bolt release mod, extended mag release, my own barrel retainer block with a set screw, Barska 10-40x50 AO scope with my own scope base with 15 moa machined in for long range sighting and a delrin bolt buffer. The receiver is fully bedded and I made a aluminum bushing which is bedded into the bottom of the stock and a SS take down bolt that acts like a pillar bedding recoil lug (very close tolerance) to keep it all together. Made all the parts myself in my home shop.

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Ammo today was Wolf Match Target. I know there is something better as there seemed to be some hits that were not as consistent as the majority.

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Just got back from Angeles.
Shot two targets and my best was 379 pts.
CZ 452 American, Mueller APV scope, Wolf Match Target
Temp 95 wind from behind and the left at about 7mph.

Let's see some more targets!
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Default August rimfire match

dwh100:

Great shooting. Looks like 400 is a possibility from someone here on CG.

Seems like a positive score match is working, at least for me. Thanks.

I know the "Benchrest" guys can blow us all away, but for plinkers this is good clean fun.

More targets please as we need to encourage dwh100 to keep this going.

Thanks again and stay safe.

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Nice shootn' guys. Hope to get out soon. Friggn' hot in east county..

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Default 355 points

Close, but no bonus points for our plucky hero:



Shot 50 yards prone with a bipod (no rear support) in fairly gusty wind conditions with a Kimber M82 bolt action, a 4x-16x/56mm airgun scope (hey, it's what I had), and SK Standard Plus ammo.

Now I want to go back when it's calm (it's rarely calm at the Dunsmuir range) and get those bonus points I so richly deserve.

Maybe I'll squeeze in a morning before the month's over.

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WOW, really good hits
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Default First rimfire match entry

349 Points

Shot at P2K in San Diego @ 50 yards with glass

Ruger 10/22
Green Mountain 20" Barrel
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Old 08-05-2009, 11:27 AM
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Great job so far folks!
Lets keep the targets commin' in!
Thanx to those who have participated and thanx for those who plan to also!
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Sorry sorry sorry!! haha, i have been out of town workin for 2 1/2 months lol. And i didnt bring my .22! But back in town now and plan to head out next weekend to sight in my new AR and blow the dust off my Savage MKII lol. Definatly will be posting
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ooh, i'm going to do this on saturday with my still unfired .22 upper for my ar
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I was bored and unable to go to the range today like planned so I shot this with my Crossman Quest 1000 at 10m, iron sights, unsupported:



I was a bit disappointed as I was rushing my shots to finish before dark. If there is interest how about adding an airgun class too?

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I was wondering why my shots were everywhere...I want a redo!
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Re-Do?? Just pull the trigger......................

Post as many targets as you shoot.

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what are the distances if we use pistol?
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score should be like l-r club. as long as the line breaks it counts as the higher score. kinda like if you grazed the heart, it'll still die. just a suggestion. it will get confusing when someone gets a 45 percent and claims it the higher score when its suppose to be lower. neways, i will post mines tommrow. its a great activity btw.
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score should be like l-r club. as long as the line breaks it counts as the higher score. kinda like if you grazed the heart, it'll still die. just a suggestion. it will get confusing when someone gets a 45 percent and claims it the higher score when its suppose to be lower. neways, i will post mines tommrow. its a great activity btw.
Correct.
Already covered in posts 16 and 18!
Hope you don't step on those mines!
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what are the distances if we use pistol?
Sorry, I'm not much of a pistol shooter at this kind of stuff. Someone might chim in with a better distance, but I'm guessing 15 open/25 yds scoped.

Any thoughts from you pistoleros?
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can I use 10 yards if i am using air pistol? since i don't think i'm gonna get a chance to head out to the range this month, but i got an air pistol that i can easily shoot in my backyard. it only shoots about 300-350 FPS so hoping to use a shorter range to compensate?

sorry for making you add rules, etc onto this, but i really want to be able to participate in these informal matches, it helps me judge my progress in shooting
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Scratch...this is just for fun...so...try what ever sparks your doobie!

Now is this a rimfire air pistol?
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pistols with scope should be 5o yards. open at 2o. my pistol can make a soda can dance all day at 5o yards. even shotgun shells... w/o scopes.
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Scratch...this is just for fun...so...try what ever sparks your doobie!

Now is this a rimfire air pistol?
hahaha, sadly no... haha

i'll try to see what is the max distance i have in my backyard and just shoot that and a few at 10/15 yards to see. since i only have a .2gram projectile and 300FPS.... not exactly the best combo for accuracy over long ranges.
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since i only have a .2gram projectile and 300FPS.... not exactly the best combo for accuracy over long ranges.
I shoot the 17gr aguila rounds in my back yard.
Accuracy sure falls apart past about 10m/yds.
These are going about 350-400fps, but sometimes they don't actually leave the barrel.
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Here's my Target from today, so close to a 400, Shot this with my Volquartsen Fusion. Using a Harris bipod and rear sand bag

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Here's my Target from today, so close to a 400, Shot this with my Volquartsen Fusion. Using a Harris bipod and rear sand bag
Nice shootin'!
That shot on the top row broke the line so it scores as a 10! So score 390!!!
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Here is my submission... I hope I wasn't overly generous with a couple of the shots. I don't think I did too bad for a stock all weather 10/22 with the plastic trigger assembly, cheap ammo, and cheap Walmart optic. I hope to start upgrading parts as soon as my account recovers from my truck tire purchase .
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don't forget the bonus on the top row too...

PERFECT SCORE!!!

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Nice shootin'!
That shot on the top row broke the line so it scores as a 10! So score 390!!!
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don't forget the bonus on the top row too...

PERFECT SCORE!!!
Uhh, we should get a clarification, but I didn't think the bonus points applied unless you got all the shots <i>within</i> the black circle (not just touching).

In other words, it was possible to score 90 points for a row without receiving the bonus.
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TCWriter: I think you are correct but you gotta love Clockwork's enthusiasm.

Keep the targets coming.............400 is up for grabs. Firstest is the bestest.

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Graze = die...? Where's the ref when you need him?
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My 10/22 has an unknown stock (I would be interested to know what it is)
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Looks suspiciously like the FA Enterprise stock that Brownells and Midway carry. Nice looking stock.

Yours has a bigger butt tho I like!
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Because I haven't gotten back to the range to try and better my previous .22 rimfire score, I shot one at home with my .177 pre-charged pneumatic airgun (a Crosman Marauder), and managed some bonus points for a 363 score:



This is only 48 yards, but that's all I can really manage without getting up halfway and turning over the target on the stand.

You can see I had problems with a light wind (this was shot sideways, with drift to the left), but that's par for the course; at 50 yards, a .177 JSB Exact Heavy pellet (10.3 grains, 900 fps) drifts 3.9 MOA in a 5mph breeze (I believe that's almost 2" at 50 yards).

This was shot off a bipod, no rear bag, though damnit, I'm going to try that next time at the range.

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heres mine... I didn't add the score up anyone want to help me score it. I score this at 349 am I correct.
savage mkII mako with wolf mt ammo and vortex 6-24x50 scope. man this thing was sensitive to how I held it. Still tryin gto get the parallax worked out.

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Great to see all these targets folks!! Some fun shootin' goin' on! Keep it up!!!


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Uhh, we should get a clarification, but I didn't think the bonus points applied unless you got all the shots <i>within</i> the black circle (not just touching).

In other words, it was possible to score 90 points for a row without receiving the bonus.
Correct! In order to score the bonus 10 points... all 9 shots in the row must be inside the black dot!
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heres mine... I didn't add the score up anyone want to help me score it. I score this at 349 am I correct.
savage mkII mako with wolf mt ammo and vortex 6-24x50 scope. man this thing was sensitive to how I held it. Still tryin gto get the parallax worked out.
you have some good groups going there.
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you have some good groups going there.
thanks... i think its normal to never be satisfied and always want better
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