NEW POLL - What disciplines do you shoot?

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Disciplines you shoot

Target shotgun
60
4%
Target rifle
137
9%
Small bore rifle
173
12%
Service rifle
107
7%
Practical shotgun
65
4%
McQueen
56
4%
Muzzle loader
61
4%
Match rifle
21
1%
Hunting and varminting
93
6%
Historic
60
4%
Gallery rifle
143
10%
F/TR
35
2%
F Open
24
2%
Club shooter up to 600 yards
139
9%
Club shooter over 600 yards
88
6%
Bench rest full bore
29
2%
Bench rest .22LR
55
4%
Any sort of pistol
111
7%
Something else (Please specify in a post below)
27
2%
 
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Ovenpaa
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NEW POLL - What disciplines do you shoot?

#1 Post by Ovenpaa »

A (new) poll to determine the split between disciplines is on this forum so the more that answer the more accurate result we should see. The poll will be left open so new members can add to it.

You can tick multiple boxes.
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#2 Post by dromia »

ovenpaa wrote: You can tick multiple boxes.

No you can't.
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#3 Post by Dangermouse »

It is only allowing one box to be ticked,

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#4 Post by dromia »

Yes you can. Now. :lol:
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#5 Post by Dangermouse »

Something else:

I am interested in having a go at the Iron plate air pistol and practical pistol at some point.

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#6 Post by Ovenpaa »

You can tick multiples now.
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#7 Post by Dangermouse »

Miniature cannon would also hold my interest for a day,

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#8 Post by JonC »

Dangermouse wrote:Miniature cannon would also hold my interest for a day,

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Why just miniature :)


I ticked quiet a lot of them, mainly as wanting to try. hopefully get to the open day to have bash at few other disciplines. My club pretty much sticks to long range plinking. The CSR vids on youtube whetted my appetite for something a bit faster
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#9 Post by Scotsgun »

You forgot wildfowling, grouse, pheasant (syndicates) shoots. Also i ticked 'hunting and varminting' but my deer satlking, wild boar, goat and rabbitting require completely different guns. ammo, ranges and tactics.
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Re: NEW POLL - What disciplines do you shoot?

#10 Post by Chapuis »

Any type of pistol covers a very wide field, and what about sporting rifle.
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