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    Quote Originally Posted by FBecigneul View Post
    Tim, Did you know that Henry The Navigator never went to sea and yet he designed the Sixteen Point Compass Rose, plotted many ocean routes, and sent men out in search of the New World.
    The only difference in rimfire and centerfire is the noise level.
    And no Mr. Pharmacist, Im still taking my thyroid pill. Thanks for your concern.
    I do not wish to enter into your contest here but in the interest of people that may not know, I need to set the record straight.

    There are many, many differences in CF and RF.

    The example you gave about the Navigator may be true but it is not the norm.

    Very few CF shooters join the ranks of Rf shooters and become instantly successful. There is a learning curve just as it is with going from RF to CF.

    TKH

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    Quote Originally Posted by FBecigneul View Post
    Tim, Did you know that Henry The Navigator never went to sea and yet he designed the Sixteen Point Compass Rose, plotted many ocean routes, and sent men out in search of the New World.
    The only difference in rimfire and centerfire is the noise level.
    And no Mr. Pharmacist, Im still taking my thyroid pill. Thanks for your concern.
    Yes Francis, AND I knew Henry the Navigator and youre no Henry the Navigator.

    P.S. he never shot higher than a 247.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonykharper View Post
    I do not wish to enter into your contest here but in the interest of people that may not know, I need to set the record straight.

    There are many, many differences in CF and RF.

    The example you gave about the Navigator may be true but it is not the norm.

    Very few CF shooters join the ranks of Rf shooters and become instantly successful. There is a learning curve just as it is with going from RF to CF.

    TKH
    True dat, friend Harper, true dat.

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    I'd be willing to bet

    One could put a so called Rimfire tuner on a centerfire rifle and tune the barrel with it.Tuners are all about weight, Period.

    Pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Wass View Post
    One could put a so called Rimfire tuner on a centerfire rifle and tune the barrel with it.Tuners are all about weight, Period.

    Pete
    You answered a question nobody asked there Pete, yes, a tuner is a tuner, the issue is/was how much ongoing adjustment may they need.
    Zero need to answer this, I care not for your theories on the subject.

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    Nothing like a closed mind to solve all issues.

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    Don't read them

    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    You answered a question nobody asked there Pete, yes, a tuner is a tuner, the issue is/was how much ongoing adjustment may they need.
    Zero need to answer this, I care not for your theories on the subject.
    Tim,

    The easiest way to avoid my theories is not to read them.

    Pete

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    Good luck on the new gig
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    Good luck on the new gig
    Real class

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    Quote Originally Posted by KAMILIYA View Post
    A guitar tuner is a device that measures the frequencies produced by vibrating strings on an electric guitar or an acoustic guitar. It then aligns those measurements with notes in a scale. If the frequencies match a particular note, the tuner will display the name of that note on an LED display
    What's a guitar and how does it shoot? Lol!

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    I shot next to Keith Richards once and he never touched his guitar tuner......just sayin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    I shot next to Keith Richards once and he never touched his guitar tuner......just sayin.
    Were you both stoned?

    "I never thought I was wasted, but I probably was.---Keith Richards

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwezell View Post
    Were you both stoned?

    "I never thought I was wasted, but I probably was.---Keith Richards
    Probably???

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    You can carry this to extremes. What about adjusting your scope knobs or butt plate or whatever. Please don't be disruptive and make lots of movements and noise. And yes, you have to zone out and concentrate on your own shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul in Zhills View Post
    You can carry this to extremes. What about adjusting your scope knobs or butt plate or whatever. Please don't be disruptive and make lots of movements and noise. And yes, you have to zone out and concentrate on your own shooting.
    Paul,

    Is there a point in there somewhere and I missed it?

    "And yes, you have to zone out and concentrate on your own shooting"


    No, you can't "zone out" situational awareness is very much required. Especially when shooting indoors with the benches close together.

    What happens beside you, and behind you, very much affects your shots down range.

    TKH

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