Piston class?

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Re: Piston class?

Postby jz2 » Mon Oct 26, 2015 6:53 pm

I just would like to comment on one point. Hunter class is not required to shoot from a bucket or stool. its perfectly alright in hunter to shoot from a bum bag or sitting on the ground.
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Re: Piston class?

Postby Scotchmo » Tue Oct 27, 2015 1:32 am

ateamray wrote:Imagine a wftf Piston shooter turning a gun up to 17 or 18 foot pounds and then shooting open style. He would have a dramatic advantage over the rest of the shooters in the combined class. But if no one has a ballistic advantage it would be fair no matter what scope or hold improvement devices they use. Basically it needs to be a stock car race from the time the pellet leaves the barrel.

That is easy to imagine as that is what Open/Piston is supposed to be. Hardly anyone attempts that anymore. We had no Open/Piston shooters at the California State match this last weekend.
The lone WFTF/Piston shooter was consolidated with the WFTF/PCP shooters. Ballistic advantage or not, if I were in that situation, I would rather be consolidated with the other Hunter/Piston shooters.
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