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I'll start it off with a short video from the match yesterday....

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Thanks as always for taking the time to shoot and post the photos! I intended to have some photos to contribute this match, but after one photo the battery in my camera died :roll:
I really enjoyed myself on Saturday. From shooting the match along with Keyrigger and our S410s, to the (extended) shootoff with Suprmatic, the entire day was excellent.


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Thanks for sharing EW, I wish I could have been there, it looks like everyone had a great day!


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Thanks for sharing EW, I wish I could have been there, it looks like everyone had a great day!


Wish you were there as well. Missed seeing you.

It was a super fun match.

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That looks like it was great fun, and really nice weather too... thanks for adding the pics.

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Look like fun, where was it, and a little off topic....who is plaing the guitar on the sound track?

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Look like fun, where was it, and a little off topic....who is plaing the guitar on the sound track?


The place was Port Colborne, Ontario.....
"VooDoo Doll" Robby Longley on the guitar... :wink:

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This was the only photo I got before my battery died :oops:
A couple S410s ready for action on a great fall day...
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This was the only photo I got before my battery died :oops:
A couple S410s ready for action on a great fall day...
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What a great photo!

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What a great photo!
Thanks Chris. It wasn't even staged...I was just waiting for somebody to run to the clubhouse to get the bum bag they forgot when I took the shot :lol:
I was hoping to get some nice shots of all the great rifles, but I somehow managed to forget to charge the battery in my camera :x


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I like the s410's (got one myself), nice pic too... only one thing... someone has pinched your silences ;)

This is how they should look...
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... it's ok, I know you ain't aloud them... ;)

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someone has pinched your silences ;)
Actually if you look closely you might notice that both rifles have fully shrouded barrels which makes them VERY quiet :wink:


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someone has pinched your silences ;)
Actually if you look closely you might notice that both rifles have fully shrouded barrels which makes them VERY quiet :wink:


...Ahhhh, shrouds... I thought they were .40 cal :D I have to admit, I do like these guns.

Are they .177 or .22? Mine is .177

It looked quite an interesting course, whhat ranges are you shooting?... any reducers?

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someone has pinched your silences ;)
Actually if you look closely you might notice that both rifles have fully shrouded barrels which makes them VERY quiet :wink:


...Ahhhh, shrouds... I thought they were .40 cal :D I have to admit, I do like these guns.

Are they .177 or .22? Mine is .177

It looked quite an interesting course, whhat ranges are you shooting?... any reducers?


Both are .22's.

The course was really fun at this last match. The difficulty was much less than average, but suited the Hunter Division well. The smallest hit zone was 1 inch or 25mm (reducers), and went up to full size. In regular season matches we have them down to 1/4 inch (6mm) up to full size on the longer shots. Those 6mm are usually from 10-12 yards. Target ranged from 11 yards to 51 yards.

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...Ahhhh, shrouds... I thought they were .40 cal :D I have to admit, I do like these guns.

Are they .177 or .22? Mine is .177

It looked quite an interesting course, whhat ranges are you shooting?... any reducers?
Both of the rifles in the photo are .22cal. The course was very fun, the course difficulty was relatively low as no reducers were used (I think...) Ranges varied from 10 to 55 yards.
I share your love of the 410...to me it's pretty much the perfect rifle.


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