Walter Mitty

Re: Walter Mitty

Postby FPoole » Mon Jan 09, 2017 11:20 pm

Well, I thought I had just joined our BBS friends sniper club. I cleaned the barrel on my MarkII TX and the first 3 shots made a hole that looked like a TicTac shape. The next shot was about an inch higher and left and #5 was even more off, so I was kicked out of the club. Of course, I was only shooting at 55 yards, from the knee, FT style. Yet another vote for the three shot group. :(
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Re: Walter Mitty

Postby zippy » Fri Jan 20, 2017 8:19 am

What about this... see below.

Air Arms MPR sub 12 fpe at 114 yards... tick tack box on its side.
Air Arms tx200hc, mtc taipan, 4-16X50
Air Arms tx200hc, falcon menace, 4-14x44 FFP
Air Arms Pro-sport, mtc mamber
Air Arms TDR, falcon menace 10x44
HW 100t falcon menace 4-14X44 FFP
HW 100t richer optics
HW 45 Geordie custom grips
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Re: Walter Mitty

Postby Archer50 » Sat Jan 21, 2017 10:27 pm

Interesting and not impossible, of course. The thing I find particularly interesting is the high rate of fire, particularly at the plate. The shooter seems to achieve a 7 shot group with 5 shots ( :? ) in 6 seconds while the paper plate doesn't even twitch (although, in fairness you do seem to see a bit if paper fly out of it). Considering the gusty wind that is obviously blowing, the group would not be too shabby for the outdoor leg of a top-level Dutch 100 meter shoot - and they use bigger calibre guns way above 12 ft-lb and take several minutes to do it.

But hey, it's on YouTube, it must be right.....
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