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06-05-2008, 09:53 AM
Air Rifle Scoring Program.
Is it Air Gun or Air Rifle??
After talking to Ron I tried to modify one of my programs so it would be somewhat politically correct for Air Rifle Scoring.
I used my current program because it would be easier to update in the future and keep a common interface that a lot of shooters are used to. In doing this I had to delete over 1000 lines of code that is only used in RF Benchrest. It still has a way to go because I am not familiar with Air Rifle terminology, equipment, etc,
If some of you ‘air heads’ would like to play with it and see how it works.
It is important to give me feedback on any problems, suggestions, and some equipment that you would like to see tracked.
You will need to download it and save to your computer. When you open it you have to Enable Macros for it to work, The instructions are written for Rimfire clubs but in general they should provide a guide on how the program operates.
I started a test page on http://www.rimfirebenchrest.com under the Scoring Program section. Here is a link to the page.

Any and all input would be appreciated. If you get an error when running the program email me with as much information as you can on what, when, where the error occurred.


Gary Lemons
06-05-2008, 10:25 AM
Thanks. It's airgun since both rifles and pistols are allowed. I'll play with it after this weekend's matches.


Paul Bendix
06-05-2008, 02:06 PM
I will use it at my indoor match June 7. and two weeks later on my outdoor match. I will send you feedback. Last month I used the ir 50/50 and didn't have a problem.

06-05-2008, 05:16 PM
Outstanding results, just as I expected. I really like the awards portion of the program which was a heck of a good idea.

I have a few items that will improve the program for our organization but overall a superb job , I'll send them to you via email

I am working on a spreadsheet with all the clubs, equipment list and competitiors that have shot so far this year.

I want to tell you, you certainly have a second calling in life. Jets must have been a breeze compared to this background code writing. I must confess, it was easier to lobe a tomahawk in ole Hussien's bunker than to master all the tricks of Excel.:D

PS: I never missed with a missle