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Thread: First place in the italian championship...!!!

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    Sounds like a challenging course of fire! Congratulations to you sir, sounds like a really fun match!
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    That is so cool. Good for you. That is something to be very proud of and I congratulate you for it. Thanks for taking the time to let us know how you did and to give us the details on your triumph.


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    Thanks to all...
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    This is very interesting, I can't think of any competitive event we have in America involving shotgun slug shooting. Congrats on winning it, I'm sure a lot of work went into load development, not to mention shooting practice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richhodg66 View Post
    This is very interesting, I can't think of any competitive event we have in America involving shotgun slug shooting. Congrats on winning it, I'm sure a lot of work went into load development, not to mention shooting practice.
    Hello to all.
    Yes...is necessary many time and many experiments with various powders, primers, slugs and shells...and many many many practice. It is a so difficult shoot becouse no there is the gyroscopic effect in the slug. This is replaced with experience and...practice, especially in 100 meters shoot... but, when you hit a plate at 100 meters...the sound is marvellous...
    BTW the is also the european championship...
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    Sounds like a fun match! Does anyone use telescopic or electronic sights?
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    Wonderful
    Thank you for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by TXGunNut View Post
    Sounds like a fun match! Does anyone use telescopic or electronic sights?
    Hello.
    No...in those matchs are used only iron sights, no optical or electronic sights...
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