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Re: ETL Open's 2018
« Reply #15 on: January 25, 2018, 13:01 »
Good luck with that!!!!😁 weve used a similiar format for fun at the club can be fun.

Remember the time KW tried a dual ditection "infinity" firing line to reduce the distance the old codgers had to walk in one go, and people with guns had trouble working out what target they needed to shoot if they'd just shot No40 and hadnt shot whole course😁😁😂😂

Scoring will be a nightmare

This format is easy to understand as it's just a case of nominating what position you are going to shoot the lane before you actually get in the lane. So for instance say it's a 47 and 25 yarder, you might say 'long one sitting, the closer standing. Once you state what position you're going to use, then you have to shoot it in that position.
It's a really fun shoot as the amount of barracking flying around as people go for broke on 50yd standers and fluke them is something else.


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Re: ETL Open's 2018
« Reply #16 on: January 25, 2018, 13:26 »
Slightly off topic but when was the last Mini Mayhem?

2015 Steve, but we never get a good turnout for it, many shooters do not like shooting all reducers.

It's lost money a couple of times and although we are not looking to make lot's of money out of open's it doesn't make sense to lose money.

Thats a shame, I liked the MM, every target was a challenge.
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