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Old October 6th, 2011, 22:33   #61
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Very interested, would it be possible for two people to do the course sharing the same rifle? On some occasions my Dad comes out to play and I usually lend him my longer rifles, and it be nice for the both of us to do the clinic togethor, especially since I have left home for school.
from what i've been told there isn't so much rifle handling or shooting period. its just the theory behind it and being able to accurately judge distance to target and determine when a target is too close to take the shot with the rifle.

ps. i'll be attending the next session
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Old October 6th, 2011, 23:28   #62
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from what i've been told there isn't so much rifle handling or shooting period. its just the theory behind it and being able to accurately judge distance to target and determine when a target is too close to take the shot with the rifle.

ps. i'll be attending the next session
...my l96 shoots 402-403 fps... might try to bring it to 385 if I kind find the spring to do it. Does the course handle anything other that the safety issues with shooting hot?
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Old October 6th, 2011, 23:49   #63
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The course also teach you to shoot well and use effective tactics.
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Old October 7th, 2011, 02:13   #64
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...my l96 shoots 402-403 fps... might try to bring it to 385 if I kind find the spring to do it. Does the course handle anything other that the safety issues with shooting hot?
385fps on .20s wont get u very accurate shots at range imo. im at 450 and am torn between using .30s and .36s
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Old October 7th, 2011, 09:55   #65
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385fps on .20s wont get u very accurate shots at range imo. im at 450 and am torn between using .30s and .36s
Pretty sure I saw CDN_Stalker say he runs at about 390 right now and prefers it a lot more than when he ran 450ish. In his ballistics thread he claims that too high of a fps causes too much turbulance, and the sweet spot is about 385. At 385 you get maximum effective range, although it is more affected by wind and is slower.

I have no issue with accuracy using .3, Ive always prided my ability to lead the shot and adjust for any factors that are affecting my shot. Only real issue I have is hitting plate carriers or padding and people not feeling hits, but as long as I hit something soft Ive gotten some kills from ranges that Impressed me.

We will see after the course, might get a spring to do 450 just for windy days or to try it out, but otherwise I am comfortable with the results my current setup produces.
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