Discussion in 'Rimfire Central' started by TNTmx9, Aug 1, 2020 at 10:26 AM.
Smok3y was our latest winner and hopefully we will have a new target soon! Congratulations Smok3y!
Standard CFF Monthly Rimfire Benchrest Challenge Rules
- Target Size: Standard 8 1/2 x 11 paper
- Target distance: 50 yards
- Any shooting position you'd like
- Front rests, bipods, front/rear shooting bags, bunny ears, ... etc. are all ok.
- No full length rifle mechanical rail/sled type rests allowed
- Iron sights or optics of your choice are all allowed
- All done on the honor system. Shoot it, score it, post it.
- Winner chooses the target and challenge for the next month.
- Post copy of your target and setup and ammo used.
I had a couple ideas, but decided to go with this one, and also limit it to 10 shots. This way, you can shoot a little cheaper. Times are tough, so maybe this will allow people to try more than they would have if it had more targets. I don't remember us doing this one any the last couple years.
Shoot the Flies!
Rules are on the target, but:
Only 10 shots
Shoot any flies you want
Hit a fly in the Red Eyes = 3 Points
Hit a fly in any other part of the body = 1 Point
Hitting the eyes and body gets you the higher score of 3 Points
Tiebreaker = Most Eye Shots
Have fun. Shoot often. And EVERYBODY is welcome. Don't worry if you have the highest or lowest score. Just enjoy getting out and shooting. And share the results with the rest of us!
I remember shooting at this one a few years ago. Note that I said , shooting at! It is a hard target, but will be fun as always!
Well darn! I tried finding something different and that I wouldn’t have to recreate like my last few. I also tried to find one that had fairly larger targets, just in case. Tried making one a little easier with fewer shots that would entice a few more people to go for it.
As well as you shot that last one missing by the slimmest margins, you should destroy these flies!
It was 3 years ago. Plus, we didn’t have the red-eye bonus. It’s all good.
Wow. August too!
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