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PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2008 3:49 pm 
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One our US top shooters, is also a bit of a tinkerer, and has developed a resetting target that does not need a string. It falls, then resets itself. During the video, you will see one shot that is called a "Split". This is where the edge of the hole is hit but not enough energy is left from the remaining piece that hits the paddle, to knock the target over. However, this video will show you what we see when we are sitting down and knocking them over. From Brad Troyer.

http://www.airguns.net/downloads/auto_r ... target.wmv

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Thanks Keyrigger. I like the auto reset of the target.


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That's great, thanks for the vid!


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Pumpmaster wrote:
That's great, thanks for the vid!


One of the best ways to see what an actual FT match looks like it to come out to one.... :D

But a quicker, and much simpler way is to go to following link and type in "Field Target".
www.youtube.com

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One of the best ways to see what an actual FT match looks like it to come out to one.... :D
Hey, I'm working on it! The rifle and pump are here, scope is in the mail 8)


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