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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by essdee1972 » Tue Mar 05, 2013 2:38 pm

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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by slingshot » Tue Mar 05, 2013 3:44 pm

brihacharan wrote:> Thus spake tirpassion :D (a la Shakespeare!)
"The key is to memorize the sensation, the exquisite feeling you had during those five shots and to jot that down in the minutest details possible. Then onwards, read the same, feel the same and do your best to revive the same sensation. The result will follow on it's own".
:agree:

> This led me to think as to why Farmers let their land to fallow - before planting the next crop!
> It's the much deserved rest that helps the land to "Rejuvenate" to produce a better crop :D
> Likewise a bit of a "Layoff" does wonders to one's performance - No anxiety, nervousness, uncertainty, expectations etc.
> In this state of bliss the mind & body are at peace with one another - a state of balance / equilibrium pervades head to toe....Nirvana :D
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Brilliant stuff Briha Ji :)
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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by slingshot » Tue Mar 05, 2013 3:45 pm

slingshot wrote:
brihacharan wrote:> Thus spake tirpassion :D (a la Shakespeare!)
"The key is to memorize the sensation, the exquisite feeling you had during those five shots and to jot that down in the minutest details possible. Then onwards, read the same, feel the same and do your best to revive the same sensation. The result will follow on it's own".
:agree:

> This led me to think as to why Farmers let their land to fallow - before planting the next crop!
> It's the much deserved rest that helps the land to "Rejuvenate" to produce a better crop :D
> Likewise a bit of a "Layoff" does wonders to one's performance - No anxiety, nervousness, uncertainty, expectations etc.
> In this state of bliss the mind & body are at peace with one another - a state of balance / equilibrium pervades head to toe....Nirvana :D
Briha
Brilliant stuff Briha Ji :)
Farmers let their land go Fallow....I let my shooting go Fallow....guess that makes me a Smart Fallow ROTFL
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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by brihacharan » Tue Mar 05, 2013 4:26 pm

Quote Slingshot:
Farmers let their land go Fallow....I let my shooting go Fallow....guess that makes me a Smart Fallow ROTFL

> By the same token "Too Much Fallow" can make one "Fall Low" ROTFL
> Me thinks - 2 things to make one Perfect - PASSION & PERSEVERANCE :D
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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by xl_target » Tue Mar 05, 2013 9:27 pm

Slngshot,
That is a good group for unsupported offhand shooting!
Congratulations!
What kind of sights does your air rifle have?
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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by slingshot » Wed Mar 06, 2013 8:52 am

xl_target wrote:Slngshot,
That is a good group for unsupported offhand shooting!
Congratulations!
What kind of sights does your air rifle have?
thank you Xl Target. I am using the stock open sights on the HW 30S.
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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by slingshot » Mon Feb 17, 2014 4:29 pm

Sunday Shooting at the range was really good. I continue to be surprised by the Weihrauch HW30S. A spring powered, little air rifle that is really sweet. I am attaching the two best groups. I was shooting, standing, at 10 meters. I am using the stock metal front sight and a Williams peep sight.
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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by brihacharan » Mon Feb 17, 2014 4:50 pm

slingshot wrote:Sunday Shooting at the range was really good. I continue to be surprised by the Weihrauch HW30S. A spring powered, little air rifle that is really sweet. I am attaching the two best groups. I was shooting, standing, at 10 meters. I am using the stock metal front sight and a Williams peep sight.
P1020579.JPG
Hi slingshot,
> Man - that's brilliant shooting :clap:
> BTW is that an 'Olive' you've put on the Target Card?
> If so - next time puncture the 'Olive' & drop it in a 'chilled martini' & celebrate :D
> (Shoot 2 Olives) - I'll join you with the other ROTFL
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Post by slingshot » Mon Feb 17, 2014 4:52 pm

brihacharan wrote:
slingshot wrote:Sunday Shooting at the range was really good. I continue to be surprised by the Weihrauch HW30S. A spring powered, little air rifle that is really sweet. I am attaching the two best groups. I was shooting, standing, at 10 meters. I am using the stock metal front sight and a Williams peep sight.
P1020579.JPG
Hi slingshot,
> Man - that's brilliant shooting :clap:
> BTW is that an 'Olive' you've put on the Target Card?
> If so - next time puncture the 'Olive' & drop it in a 'chilled martini' & celebrate :D
> (Shoot 2 Olives) - I'll join you with the other ROTFL
Briha
Briha Sir...thank you. And these are Peas :)....I need to now be creative and think of a cocktail involving peas LOL.
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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by brihacharan » Mon Feb 17, 2014 4:59 pm

slingshot wrote:
brihacharan wrote:
slingshot wrote:Sunday Shooting at the range was really good. I continue to be surprised by the Weihrauch HW30S. A spring powered, little air rifle that is really sweet. I am attaching the two best groups. I was shooting, standing, at 10 meters. I am using the stock metal front sight and a Williams peep sight.
P1020579.JPG
Hi slingshot,
> Man - that's brilliant shooting :clap:
> BTW is that an 'Olive' you've put on the Target Card?
> If so - next time puncture the 'Olive' & drop it in a 'chilled martini' & celebrate :D
> (Shoot 2 Olives) - I'll join you with the other ROTFL
Briha
Briha Sir...thank you. And these are Peas :)....I need to now be creative and think of a cocktail involving peas LOL.
Hi slingshot,
I need to now be creative and think of a cocktail involving peas LOL
> Better start working on the "Mix" - We'll christian it "PEA PUNCH" :lol:
Briha

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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by slingshot » Mon Feb 17, 2014 5:03 pm

[/quote]

Hi slingshot,
I need to now be creative and think of a cocktail involving peas LOL
> Better start working on the "Mix" - We'll christian it "PEA PUNCH" :lol:
Briha[/quote]

Better still....How about 'Pea Shooters'
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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by brihacharan » Mon Feb 17, 2014 5:37 pm

slingshot wrote:
Hi slingshot,
I need to now be creative and think of a cocktail involving peas LOL
> Better start working on the "Mix" - We'll christian it "PEA PUNCH" :lol:
Briha[/quote]

Better still....How about 'Pea Shooters'[/quote]

> "PEA SHOOTER" it is - Couldn't have chosen a better 'nom de plume' :cheering:
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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by airgun_novice » Mon Feb 17, 2014 7:34 pm

slingshot wrote:Sunday Shooting at the range was really good. I continue to be surprised by the Weihrauch HW30S. A spring powered, little air rifle that is really sweet. I am attaching the two best groups. I was shooting, standing, at 10 meters. I am using the stock metal front sight and a Williams peep sight.
P1020579.JPG
:clap: Simply marvelous slingshot !!! :clap:

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Re: My 10 Meter Shooting Group.

Post by bennedose » Tue Feb 18, 2014 10:35 am

slingshot wrote:Sunday Shooting at the range was really good. I continue to be surprised by the Weihrauch HW30S. A spring powered, little air rifle that is really sweet. I am attaching the two best groups. I was shooting, standing, at 10 meters. I am using the stock metal front sight and a Williams peep sight.
P1020579.JPG

Brilliant shooting. I get such groups from 10 centimeters distance.

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