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1 hour ago, holly said:

Colin , you can polish a turd . but it is still just a turd ??? HOLLY

 

I had a shoot of that rifle at the Tondu Regionals and it was fine apart from being overly light in that stupid black air stock.

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first impression col are not always the right ones ??? HOLLY

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1 hour ago, holly said:

first impression col are not always the right ones ??? HOLLY

 

I know a stinker and that rifle was fine.

Choppers just likes kit that he knows well, plus I think he gets a kick out of rolling up with a basic scope/rifle and duffel coat and beating 90% of the shooters...:rolleyes:

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On 5/21/2018 at 1:10 PM, Eaton Rifles said:

 

I know a stinker and that rifle was fine.

Choppers just likes kit that he knows well, plus I think he gets a kick out of rolling up with a basic scope/rifle and duffel coat and beating 90% of the shooters...:rolleyes:

If you took a black and white pic of John shooting you could pass it off as an old photo with his set up but like you say,it works for him

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I think he’s finally ditched the front PA Burris and Leupold Comp. and has a Sightron so he’s made some concessions...👍

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Last i heard Col , he had a nikko ??? HOLLY

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On 6/8/2018 at 8:34 PM, holly said:

Last i heard Col , he had a nikko ??? HOLLY

 

He's a boy, keeps changing his gear...😉

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Errr maybe he is trying to catch you Col ? errrr or maybe not ??? HOLLY

 

PS Bazza is falling in love with his Steyr ? told you so . 

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7 hours ago, holly said:

Errr maybe he is trying to catch you Col ? errrr or maybe not ??? HOLLY

 

PS Bazza is falling in love with his Steyr ? told you so . 

 

Bazza can shoot anything well, in the end it’s just down to ergonomics of weight and bulk.

I hope he does well with it and it doesn’t let him down.

Usually it’s the barrels on a Steyr that are make or break, get a good barrel and it’s a love fairytale, get a pig and it’s a trail to disaster and heartache.

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He has just bought a hunter stock off flea bay . the accuracy is easily as good as his Daystate ??? HOLLY

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I’ve been working hard this week to understand why I struggled so much with the standers at Nelson and the answer was simple. All my training has been at standers which are on a level plain to me. I’ve made a change to my style which now means my supporting hand is much closer to the trigger (the balance point) and this has been working well in training. The standers at Nelson were downhill and this forced me to place my support hand further down the stock which increases the side to side movement. To get around this I’ve found that throwing the rowan / hamster down and forward allowing me to maintain my hand position helps. It’s not ideal but it helps.

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When i was shooting decently , i used to go on the course . do ten sitting lanes , then the same ten lanes kneeling and again standing  . hard , but as they say , train hard , compete easy . ??? HOLLY

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10 hours ago, Darron said:

I’ve been working hard this week to understand why I struggled so much with the standers at Nelson and the answer was simple. All my training has been at standers which are on a level plain to me. I’ve made a change to my style which now means my supporting hand is much closer to the trigger (the balance point) and this has been working well in training. The standers at Nelson were downhill and this forced me to place my support hand further down the stock which increases the side to side movement. To get around this I’ve found that throwing the rowan / hamster down and forward allowing me to maintain my hand position helps. It’s not ideal but it helps.

 

Yea I noticed that on a photo somewhere, Alexis the Greek FT shooter does exactly the same thing and it works well for him. I guess having the hamster hanging down like that turns it into a quasi-stabiliser...:rolleyes:

 

One thing I've been doing which has helped my standers recently is to simply let the rifle 'do it's thang'.

So traditionally I'd be trying to force the rifle vertical which then causes stresses, so now I just let it cant and settle so that everything is nicely relaxed and I find it a lot more stable.

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No misses for you at Bisley then Colin ??? HOLLY

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17 hours ago, holly said:

No misses for you at Bisley then Colin ??? HOLLY

 

Of course, you know the drill....:grin:

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Sounds like a plan Col ??? HOLLY

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22 minutes ago, holly said:

Sounds like a plan Col ??? HOLLY

 

Hopefully one I can scupper at first contact with the enemy....:rolleyes:

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Confidence is all ??? HOLLY

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16 hours ago, holly said:

Confidence is all ??? HOLLY

 

Confidence is nothing without kit, unless you're in the army where they expect you to perform miracles with sod all...:rolleyes:

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