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Re: The use of aperture sights for PFT.

Post by FTguy » Sun Apr 21, 2013 11:23 pm

Congrats!... That was an awesome score... 8-)

There were some pistols out that day that could have been mistaken for carbines ... :P

I have a few pics from the match to post time permitting...

Again, nice shooting Len...
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Re: The use of aperture sights for PFT.

Post by Windrifle » Wed Apr 24, 2013 6:56 pm

Congrats on yet another 1st place finish, Len! Nice shootin' for sure! I'm really liking that sighting arrangement. Hmmm... :idea:

With a 22 ci tank you must be getting a crazy amount of shots... :shock: . On my custom MK I "LJ" you did for me, I'm getting just over 200 shots (207 actually) averaging 492-498 fps using only a 13 ci tank... 8-)

BTW, where the heck do you get a 22 ci tank in Canada? I've been looking for one for my 2560, but it appears I will have to order one from JDS Airman or HPA Experts etc...

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Re: The use of aperture sights for PFT.

Post by Leonardj » Thu Apr 25, 2013 12:21 am

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Re: The use of aperture sights for PFT.

Post by Gleedaniel13 » Mon Mar 23, 2015 10:42 pm

No doubt that achieving that score make him the best of that event. Too much and too big. :)

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