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Thread: 2016 Toby Goodley Memorial shoot scoring pole

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    2016 Toby Goodley Memorial shoot scoring pole

    Hay guys
    Just after a indication on if the shoot should be scored or Just have a no stress fun weekend


    Also would this affect your attendance.

    Cheers

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    Its going to be a no stress fun weekend.

    The allocation of prizes etc will be fairly assessed.
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    2016 Toby Goodley Memorial shoot scoring pole

    Cheers Shane
    I couldn't start the pole
    Chuck a vote at it boys.
    There's score sheets set up and a way to get through the numbers.
    But if people want to just shoot it for fun then that's cool so you guys decide.


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    Its about fun, the less you spend the more fun it can be

    Fun & scores generally don't hold hands very well....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi Greg View Post
    Its about fun, the less you spend the more fun it can be

    Fun & scores generally don't hold hands very well....
    Every time I ever scored it was fun Greg.
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    Me im easy but i would love to watch a shootout at or up toward 2k from the big dogs for the trophy?
    So just score that part? Or not
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Every time I ever scored it was fun Greg.
    Even when you scored crabs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    Even when you scored crabs?
    A root and a snack for later?

    I've done worse.

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    I'm easy either way. Have never shot targets beyond 100m so should be interesting. Decided to leave my rifle in its old skirt to keep the total cost of the whole rig under $1000, though changing outfit wouldn't put it much over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmsaum View Post
    Its going to be a no stress fun weekend.

    The allocation of prizes etc will be random.
    See that what I thought you meant... Gives me the best chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    Even when you scored crabs?
    Ah the old galloping dandruff. Good times ha ha ha ha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gadgetman View Post
    I'm easy either way. Have never shot targets beyond 100m so should be interesting. Decided to leave my rifle in its old skirt to keep the total cost of the whole rig under $1000, though changing outfit wouldn't put it much over.
    Same....i just hope i can see the 200m gong, nevermind hit it....
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    I bought a rem mag and am planning on finding a load for it. Figure I'll need it to hit anything out past 100m although at this rate I might not even get a chance to shoot it before the big event. I couldn't hit the side of a barn with a baseball bat so I'm in favour of not keeping score (although it won't take long to talley up all my hits)
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    I think no scoring would be better.

    Keeps it simple.

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    Scoring only over 1000m, that should minimise the effort required.
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