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Author:  Randy [ Sun Jul 02, 2017 9:08 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

There was a crooked man who built a crooked house... :whistle:

Author:  Ex_ISP [ Tue Jul 04, 2017 12:23 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

And everybody in it was quiet as a mouse???

Author:  Randy [ Tue Jul 04, 2017 11:20 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

Oh hieeeeelllll no! It's 2017, everyone was listening to nasty discusting headbanging rap or whatever it's called these days... :puke:

:funny: :funny:

Author:  undeRGRound [ Sun Sep 03, 2017 9:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

I have an 8-32x 56 scope, is that allowed ;)

Author:  Ex_ISP [ Mon Sep 04, 2017 12:21 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

Don't know... Anyone? Does it have to be iron sights or can a scope qualify?

Author:  codger [ Mon Sep 04, 2017 7:49 am ]
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erc wrote:
Here you go you sharpshooters.

Your chance to be in an exclusive ranking that only the "elite" can be included in.

I'll add a new "sniper" rank if you can do this and prove it.

All shots must be verifiable for range, target, and shooter, via a video clip, and must be posted IN THIS TREAD publicly for review by others as to integrity before being considered for acceptance.

All shots will be the same target size. A US penny, or equivalent traced outline of a penny.
Scopes, Lasers, RD's, Bipods, etc., are all allowed.
Any means you have available for sniping is allowed as long as the distance and caliber requirements are met and verifiable.

Weapon choices are as such.
1. Any hand gun shorter than 4" barrel length --- 15yds.
2. Rimfire Handgun 4"+ --- 50 yds.
3. Rimfire Rifle --- 100 yds.
4. Centerfire Pistol 4"+ --- 50 yds.
5. Centerfire Revolver 4"+ --- 100 yds.
6. Centerfire Rifle --- 200 yds.
7. Pistol caliber rifle/carbine --- 100 yds.
8. Shotgun Slug --- 125 yds.
9. Shotgun Birdshot --- 75 yds. with one pellet in the target.
10. 50 cal + --- 2 miles :D
11. Tanks, mortars, missiles, rockets, bazookas, or whatever some of you may have "in storage" must have the approval of the next state. :roll: :lol:

Flamethrowers are in a separate class, as yet to be defined. :lol:

Rules are 1 round through a penny sized target at the specified range for the weapon of choice.
The weapon and a short description of it must also be clearly displayed before the shot.

Any takers on this? :twisted: :twisted:


Easy way to find out........Read the rules. :slap:

Author:  jasonsch [ Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:32 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

I see it mentions flame-throwers...

erc must have known Walt fairly well!!! (-:

Author:  waltham41 [ Mon Sep 04, 2017 10:19 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

LOL I never noticed that Jason.... that's a trick statement on his part as the flamethrower wont reach out 100 yds... the best it will do is about 10 yds... Hmmm. I guess I will have to invest in a kick ass high pressure electric fuel pump for the flamethrower hehehehehe

Author:  undeRGRound [ Mon Sep 04, 2017 11:56 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

codger wrote:
erc wrote:
Here you go you sharpshooters.

Your chance to be in an exclusive ranking that only the "elite" can be included in.

I'll add a new "sniper" rank if you can do this and prove it.

All shots must be verifiable for range, target, and shooter, via a video clip, and must be posted IN THIS TREAD publicly for review by others as to integrity before being considered for acceptance.

All shots will be the same target size. A US penny, or equivalent traced outline of a penny.
Scopes, Lasers, RD's, Bipods, etc., are all allowed.
Any means you have available for sniping is allowed as long as the distance and caliber requirements are met and verifiable.

Weapon choices are as such.
1. Any hand gun shorter than 4" barrel length --- 15yds.
2. Rimfire Handgun 4"+ --- 50 yds.
3. Rimfire Rifle --- 100 yds.
4. Centerfire Pistol 4"+ --- 50 yds.
5. Centerfire Revolver 4"+ --- 100 yds.
6. Centerfire Rifle --- 200 yds.
7. Pistol caliber rifle/carbine --- 100 yds.
8. Shotgun Slug --- 125 yds.
9. Shotgun Birdshot --- 75 yds. with one pellet in the target.
10. 50 cal + --- 2 miles :D
11. Tanks, mortars, missiles, rockets, bazookas, or whatever some of you may have "in storage" must have the approval of the next state. :roll: :lol:

Flamethrowers are in a separate class, as yet to be defined. :lol:

Rules are 1 round through a penny sized target at the specified range for the weapon of choice.
The weapon and a short description of it must also be clearly displayed before the shot.

Any takers on this? :twisted: :twisted:


Easy way to find out........Read the rules. :slap:
:D
Thanks Codger!!! :good one:
My reading comprehension used to be "top notch" :huh:

Author:  undeRGRound [ Mon Sep 04, 2017 11:58 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

waltham41 wrote:
LOL I never noticed that Jason.... that's a trick statement on his part as the flamethrower wont reach out 100 yds... the best it will do is about 10 yds... Hmmm. I guess I will have to invest in a kick ass high pressure electric fuel pump for the flamethrower hehehehehe

Hi Walt! how U doing...

Author:  Spongemonkey [ Mon Sep 04, 2017 12:00 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

undeRGRound wrote:
Thanks Codger!!! :good one:
My reading comprehension used to be "top notch" :huh:

I didnt know that you knew how to read. :dunno:
:na:
:roflol:

Author:  waltham41 [ Mon Sep 04, 2017 10:15 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Sniper Challenge Rules

undeRGRound wrote:
waltham41 wrote:
LOL I never noticed that Jason.... that's a trick statement on his part as the flamethrower wont reach out 100 yds... the best it will do is about 10 yds... Hmmm. I guess I will have to invest in a kick ass high pressure electric fuel pump for the flamethrower hehehehehe

Hi Walt! how U doing...


Hanging in there, yourself?

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