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weatherby mark v vs remington 700 sps ss

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Unread 11-01-2013, 02:12 AM
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Re: weatherby mark v vs remington 700 sps ss

Do any of u guys shoot f class or no anyone that does. If so u guys might actually know my local gun guy. Brian Suhr. He is a heck of a shot and a good buddy of mine now. We have bb gun competitions in his store almost every day. He's a good teacher as well. Being only 21 and not much experience of shooting precision I didn't expect I was that good. But Brian says I have what it takes and actually said he might have me shoot his f-tr for him next year. That's a heck of a compliment if u ask me.
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    Unread 11-01-2013, 08:49 AM
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    Re: weatherby mark v vs remington 700 sps ss

    F-class is a great way to learn long range shooting. if you get the opportunity take it. what distance does he shoot there??
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    Unread 11-01-2013, 10:59 AM
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    Re: weatherby mark v vs remington 700 sps ss

    1000 yards
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    Unread 11-01-2013, 11:47 AM
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    DEENER- f-class gets harder for me the further it is. 1000 yards is very hard for me. you will learn a lot if you do it. ron
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    Unread 11-01-2013, 12:04 PM
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    Re: weatherby mark v vs remington 700 sps ss

    ya I will. I already have learned a lot from him. He has taught me proper trigger pull and keep the same cheek placement. Iv gone from shooting around a 90 to upper 90s. Yesterday I shot two 98s and a 97
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    Re: weatherby mark v vs remington 700 sps ss

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    ya I will. I already have learned a lot from him. He has taught me proper trigger pull and keep the same cheek placement. Iv gone from shooting around a 90 to upper 90s. Yesterday I shot two 98s and a 97
    If you get the chance, JUMP AT IT! I've always been a natural crack-shot. My dad noticed it at a very early age, so we went to the range all the time, when I was growing up. I still go every chance i get. Unfortunately all it made me was one hell of a deer hunter and skeet shooter. LOL I always wanted to shoot comps, but we don't have any shooting comps around here, so I never had the chance. Take the opportunity and run with it.

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