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AR15/M16, M1-Garand/M14/Carbine MATCH (ends 9/08/09)

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by helz_mcfugly, Aug 4, 2009.

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  1. helz_mcfugly

    helz_mcfugly Member

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    This is the Aug. match for Ar-15's, M16's & M1-Garands, M1-M14's, M1-Carbine.

    CLASS 1: AR-15/M-16:
    50 yard IRON SIGHT
    50 yard unmagnified optics (ie. red dot)
    100 yard IRON SIGHT
    100 yard Optics
    100 yard unmagnified optics (ie. red dot)
    200 yard IRON SIGHT
    200 yard Optics

    Class 2: M1-Garand, M1-M14, M1-Carbine:
    50 yard IRON SIGHT
    100 yard IRON SIGHT
    200 yard IRON SIGHT

    You will fire 5 shots onto the target set at a range of 50, 100, or 200yds.
    It doesnt matter what paper target you use as long as there are no other bullet holes within 8 inches or so of the group you are submitting. You can shoot from any position.

    When you have a target you're satisfied with you need to make note on the target the following information:

    username
    group size (use a mic in the pic or use the MOA software)
    firearm & sighting system
    ammunition
    date fired
    and firearm.

    Then post a picture of the Target and the rifle used.

    You may submit as many targets as you wish provided one of three things
    1. the new group betters the last (leave the old pic up)
    2. the new group is for a different class
    3. It was shot with another firearm

    The cutoff date for submissions is Sept 8th. The day after Labor Day.

    So get those rifles out and get to shooting and most of all have fun. :D

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  2. gvnwst

    gvnwst Member

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    Well, if I can work up some good loads (finally found some primers, they getting in tonight, should be able to get a K or 2) I will probably enter in a few of these classes...if the groups are good enough. :D

    You gonna have Bryan throw some leaderboards togther?
     
  3. FlyinBryan

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    he can probably make a better one than me.

    he used to work for the internet
     
  4. helz_mcfugly

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    Mods, sticky por favor
     
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  5. FlyinBryan

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    lol, im the guy with the lambchop sideburns and mullet right behind the guy with no hat
     
  6. helz_mcfugly

    helz_mcfugly Member

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    LMAO, im the guy with no shirt and horned hat behind the dude with the mullet
     
  7. FlyinBryan

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    i cant wait to see the carbine groups
     
  8. FlyinBryan

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    can we get some sticky love?
     
  9. gvnwst

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    Intresting leaderboard...:D
     
  10. R.W.Dale

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    I claim first submission
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    Oddly enough my 50yd group was only slightly smaller than my 100
     
  11. helz_mcfugly

    helz_mcfugly Member

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    nice shooting mang. I like the old style furniture on that rifle
     
  12. R.W.Dale

    R.W.Dale Member

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    Not just old school furniture but a genuine old school surplus 603 upper too, compete with pencil thin 1-12 chrome lined bbl no shell deflector and A1 sights.

    I must say I really really like this layout much better than the overbalanced 20" H bar's you get today, and as the group shows the accuracy is still there too
     
  13. eatatjoes

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    CLASS 1: AR-15/M-16:
    50 yard IRON SIGHT

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    :)
     
  14. .45Guy

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    Is the carbine division open to civilian copies?
     
  15. helz_mcfugly

    helz_mcfugly Member

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    Is the carbine division open to civilian copies? 
    oh yea, fire away.
     
  16. .45Guy

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    Will do, just have to find a day when the local gendarmerie isn't on duty.
     
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    CLASS 1: AR-15/M-16:
    50 yard unmagnified optics (ie. red dot)

    Had to borrow my instructor's rifle for this one, hopefully I'll be able to use it again at 100 yards later in the month. :D

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  18. FlyinBryan

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    Nice shootin e.

    dang them fliers
     
  19. helz_mcfugly

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    i cant wait to hit the range and get on that 200 yard
     
  20. LoneStarWings

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    M1A Scout, no modifications, iron sights, indoor range, bench rest. It'll do a bit better with optics. Initially measured with a ruler but got more precise with the ontarget program.

    .920" at 50 yards and 1.613" at 100 yards. Federal Gold Medal Match 168gr .308 ammo was used.

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  21. helz_mcfugly

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    love that M1A. Im looking for one with wood and an 03-A3 to add to my collection. nice shooting.
     
  22. LoneStarWings

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    Thanks! Stupid me adjusted the elevation the wrong way from 50 to 100, which is why the POI is way off.
     
  23. helz_mcfugly

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    Im sure they are what you say, I checked them with the program best I could so Ill leave them up. but could ya toss a mic on there or use the www.ontargetcalc.com program. the program is great.
     
  24. LoneStarWings

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    I just dl'ed ontarget. Cool program. It says my groups are tighter than what I measured, but not by much. I guess you can use whichever score you prefer, helz. 0.920" and 1.613" respectively. I've updated my original submission with the ontarget images.
     
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  25. helz_mcfugly

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    yea that program rocks. the best way to use it is how eatatjoes up there did it. If you put a ruler in your pic and take the pic directly above the paper you can set the 1" on the program so it gets it perfect.
    Heres another fun one. Its a long range shooting simulation http://www.shooterready.com/lrsdemohi.html
     
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