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Glipsc 04-10-08 match results

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by 45gunner, Apr 10, 2008.

  1. 45gunner

    45gunner

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    Tonight' match was the Texas star and five steel poppers.

    The guys that normally shoot the fastest got spanked.


    I was left in a cloud of smoke.

    Shooter Hit Factor
    Dean F. 13.60 :wow:
    Greg H. 14.82 :supergrin:
    Jack H. 15.09 :cool:
    Jeff C. 19.37
    John W 19.47
    Kerry R. 21.11
    Floyd C. 22.43
    Trey C. 25.95
    Eric B. 33.20
    Jim B. 35.70
    Lee L. 39.30
    Lee A. 128.70 :dunno:
     
  2. TreehugginGlock

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    I was doing my nails? I guess. :embarassed:

    What can I say. We're all entitled to have an outrageously pathetic day, I'm told. :brickwall:
     

  3. Berretta9

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    Thanks to Lee for bringing the star.
     
  4. 45gunner

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    The dark target and the smokey powder are a bad combination.:steamed:
     
  5. ciwsguy

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    Not sure how you folks count points, but is this sort of like golf where the smallest quantity of strokes = the lowest score wins, or is this like darts?

    I guess the clock works into the equation?
     
  6. Berretta9

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    Most of the time it's the score on the targets divided by time. You need to be acurate to get a high score BUT you need to do it quickly. This one was all steel and everybody knocked it all down, so it really was a matter of how fast. The problem was 5 of the steel plates were on a Texas star. As the plates come off the star rotates. It can get out of hand if you don't shoot them in the right order and quickly.
     
  7. 45gunner

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    Yea treehuggin had a melt down but came back and did better on the reshoot.