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  • All Army RDF Shooting Competition

    Any results?

    My worst fears were relaised from 31 cav...hard luck lads, sorry I couldn't be there to at least cheer you on.
    Last edited by hptmurphy; 5 October 2008, 23:31.
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    cav were knocked out first round of falling plates. i think the 32nd won. this years falling plates was best ive seen in a long time
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    • #3
      NSR pistol team 5 out of 7 ,hee hee take the shame

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      • #4
        It was a great Falling plates competition, it showed up what can be done. Shadows, shadows hehe
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Thorpe View Post
          Shadows, shadows hehe
          gees done metion that dark plate in the right hand butt. why noone looked for a respray ill never know. not too many people could see it, and that goes for the firers AND referee
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          • #6
            Originally posted by sgt View Post
            gees done metion that dark plate in the right hand butt. why noone looked for a respray ill never know. not too many people could see it, and that goes for the firers AND referee
            Probably wouldn't have made a difference, a shadow's a shadow.

            All in all, a great atmosphere and a well contested competition.
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            • #7
              Well done to the 32nd ,had been waiting for that one for a while.

              Any times on the plates ...not that it really matters as its all down to plates knocked.

              But would be inetrested to see what the timings were,

              Yet again the trophy stays in the south where it belongs.
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              • #8
                Results??? Perhaps?
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                • #9
                  32nd won 65th runners up, as a firer i didnt see that right hand plate until the OC turned usround and pointed it out? we were cheering as we thought we'd won the first round!!! the shame!

                  Also there were one or two issues about the shadowed plate, whistle blasts and orders given during the first round which i wont go into here, but fair due to the deserving winners, they were tough competition and excellent shots their times were all around the 18-21 second range, we managed a 19 or 20 ourselves and won the second round of the final but it all went horribly wrong in the end!!! we'll be back next year with tracer rounds :D well done 32nd.
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                  • #10
                    Results available on www.1bderdf.com/results.htm

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                    • #11
                      it would not be the all army if


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                      • #12
                        The video was consulted on a few occaisions - one of the heats came down to 9/100's of a second. As for the shadowed plate, from the 200 it looked like it was knocked sideways but that was just the way the light had come across it - it simply wasn't hit.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by popeye View Post
                          NSR pistol team 5 out of 7 ,hee hee take the shame
                          Good to see a Decent NSR participation, for a change.

                          The Weather was shocking on Saturday, How did it affect the competition? Sunday was amazing.


                          Catch-22 says they have a right to do anything we can't stop them from doing.

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                          • #14
                            Weather conditions on Range 2

                            "The Weather was shocking on Saturday, How did it affect the competition? "

                            Simple answer is - Those that could shoot in the conditions shot ! - those that couldn't ..didn't !

                            The last practice (moving practice) in the HK sorted the men from the boys !!, which at that time was the worst of the weather. Four shooters on 63/66 into the moving practice.

                            Then again, we can't be sunshine soldiers all of the time !

                            Ranges in very good condition, no issues with patching on Range 2, as in previous years during wet weather.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ltsmarty View Post
                              "The Weather was shocking on Saturday, How did it affect the competition? "

                              Simple answer is - Those that could shoot in the conditions shot ! - those that couldn't ..didn't !

                              The last practice (moving practice) in the HK sorted the men from the boys !!, which at that time was the worst of the weather. Four shooters on 63/66 into the moving practice.

                              Then again, we can't be sunshine soldiers all of the time !

                              Ranges in very good condition, no issues with patching on Range 2, as in previous years during wet weather.
                              Much difference in scores with the H&K, compared to the Browning automatic catapult?


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