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PostPosted: Wed Apr 22, 2009 11:18 am 
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It's say 60 shot per day... is the 60 shot in one session or is there a break some where in between to fill up one's HPA tank?

Thanks for the help as it's been a very long to since my last fun compitition and at that time I was using a springer.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 22, 2009 11:25 am 
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RC wrote:
It's say 60 shot per day... is the 60 shot in one session or is there a break some where in between to fill up one's HPA tank?

Thanks for the help as it's been a very long to since my last fun compitition and at that time I was using a springer.


Most shooters take a break mid way through the match. Usually the match directors make the break optional, but most take it half way through the match. This would mean after 5 lanes are completed (30 shots into the match) the rest break will be taken.

This break is usually fairly quick, with the time taken to fill up the air in ones gun and have something small to eat and drink if desired.

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