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Re: Deep Creek 2021

Reply #2
Between weather and work not a lot of tuning time on either gun.
August 2019 was the last time I shot a 10 shot HG group

Then there's the part where you think you can drive 700 miles and whip some of the best shooters in the country in their backyard 😂
Dave

Re: Deep Creek 2021

Reply #3
“Then there's the part where you think you can drive 700 miles and whip some of the best shooters in the country in their backyard 😂”

Well hell yes! You’ve done it before. 😊

Re: Deep Creek 2021

Reply #4
Think I’m going to make a call to ND and get your butt fired so you’ve some load development time. 😊
Maybe you could run down here with your blade and clear me a lane to my target.

Re: Deep Creek 2021

Reply #5
30 mph winds today and tomorrow but of course it's all good Wednesday when I'm back to work. 😠
Dave

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Reply #6
My two best targets for the weekend.

HG sat morning
LG sun morning

Dave

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Reply #7
Dave, what were the conditions like for your relays?

It looks like they did the final ranking based only on score and not group...did I read that correctly?  What rule set is used for this match?  There seems to be a number of different governing rules sets out there.   If group was factored in, it seems like you would have finished higher....you had some pretty good groups and aggregate...maybe good enough for a top 10.  But it is hard to show up at a range you don't know and handle the conditions.  I can't imagine how hard it would be to shoot SacValley for the first time in a match......the conditions would be tough to learn.
Bob
If everything seems under control......you're just not going fast enough

 

Re: Deep Creek 2021

Reply #8
Dave, what were the conditions like for your relays?

It looks like they did the final ranking based only on score and not group...did I read that correctly?  What rule set is used for this match?  There seems to be a number of different governing rules sets out there.   If group was factored in, it seems like you would have finished higher....you had some pretty good groups and aggregate...maybe good enough for a top 10.  But it is hard to show up at a range you don't know and handle the conditions.  I can't imagine how hard it would be to shoot SacValley for the first time in a match......the conditions would be tough to learn.

Conditions were definitely there and most agreed only a few relays were optimum.

IBS rules and as far as the scoring...... I would have to agree with your comments. 2 years ago I struggled to understand the scoring since then a new guy is doing it and struggle is not a strong enough word LOL
Dave