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Thread: Wild River Air Rifle (Grants Pass, OR) - USARB Report Indoors January 9, 2019

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    Wild River Air Rifle (Grants Pass, OR) - USARB Report Indoors January 9, 2019

    Wild River Air Rifle (Grants Pass, OR) - USARB Report Indoors January 9, 2019

    We had a full house today with 10 shooters. Congratulations go to Tony & Chris for shooting
    750ís. (It was their first each as I understand it.) Additionally, several shooters had individual
    250ís. Note, Bill missed a 750 by one point. Bummer!

    Shooter Class Equipment Tar. 1 Tar. 2 Tar. 3 Total

    Relay I
    Mike Aber LV R.A.W. BM500 .177 249 17x 249 11x 246 10x 744 38x
    Steve Ware LV R.A.W. BM500 .177 250 10x 245 4x 249 14x 744 28x
    Dick Strever LV Steyr LG100 .177 247 12x 248 11x 247 9x 742 32x

    Tony Farcello HV Feinwerkbau P70 .177 250 21x 250 13x 250 17x 750 51x
    Bill Davis HV R.A.W. TM1000 .177 248 7x 249 15x 250 15x 747 37x
    Frank Kodl HV Thomas BR .177 250 16x 248 11x 246 10x 744 37x
    Chris Lovitt HV Feinwerkbau P70 .177 249 9x 249 11x 246 14x 744 34x
    Tom Santos HV Feinwerkbau P70 .177 248 9x 249 8x 247 13x 744 30x
    Damian McLean HV R.A.W. TM1000 .177 192 1x 238 4x 235 7x 665 12x

    Ron Silveira Opn Thomas BR .177 250 16x 248 12x 249 15x 747 43x

    Relay II
    Dick Strever LV Steyr LG100 .177 250 12x 248 7x 250 13x 748 32x
    Steve Ware LV R.A.W. BM500 .177 248 11x 248 10x 249 11x 745 32x
    Mike Aber LV R.A.W. BM500 .177 246 9x 250 9x 248 14x 744 32x

    Chris Lovitt HV Feinwerkbau P70 .177 250 14x 250 14x 250 11x 750 39x
    Bill Davis HV R.A.W. TM1000 .177 250 15x 250 15x 249 16x 749 46x
    Tony Farcello HV Feinwerkbau P70 .177 250 12x 249 14x 247 15x 746 41x
    Frank Kodl HV Thomas BR .177 250 9x 250 16x 243 8x 743 33x
    Damian McLean HV R.A.W. TM1000 .177 243 5x 244 12x 237 2x 724 19x

    Ron Silveira Opn Thomas BR .177 250 13x 250 17x 249 18x 749 48x

    Next rifle competition will be Indoors January 23, beginning at 9:00 am.
    Steve Ware, Match Director

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    Steve:

    Is the Open Class (Ron) being shot at 50 M or is it shot at 25 M?...What are the differences in power and gun mass vs. HV ?


    Regards,

    AZ
    Last edited by AZUARO; 01-14-2019 at 09:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZUARO View Post
    Steve:

    Is the Open Class (Ron) being shot at 50 M or is it shot at 25 M?...What are the differences in power and gun mass vs. HV ?


    Regards,

    AZ
    AZ,

    Our indoor matches are shot at 25 yards. Ron's Thomas is operating between 27 & 28 fpe.

    Steve W.
    Last edited by 19Turkeys; 01-15-2019 at 01:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 19Turkeys View Post
    AZ,

    Our indoor matches are shot at 25 yards. Ron's Thomas is operating between 27 & 28 fpe.

    Steve W.

    Thank you Steve...That is what I thought, but since Ron's Open scores are below his regular HV scores I thought he might've been shooting at 50...This is interesting!

    Best regards,

    AZ

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    AZ
    we believe that open class especially indoors should be shot with an open class gun
    so we shoot Beasts 16.2g at 30FPE
    try it
    it can be fun

    Dick

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    Quote Originally Posted by strever View Post
    AZ
    we believe that open class especially indoors should be shot with an open class gun
    so we shoot Beasts 16.2g at 30FPE
    try it
    it can be fun

    Dick

    There we go Dick....Another gun and a few more pallets of pellets for the "Pellet Hoarder"!
    I've never shot 16.2 Beasts nor above 22 ft./lb. with a .177...That is why I made so many questions, it seems like fun stuff and I will prepare my other Steyr for that...Not the right gun for that much power but OK for initial testing I guess.

    Regards,

    AZ

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