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distance. the size of the mark that will actually take the pin the 3 ft back off of the table (assuming a good load) is about 3"x5", in other words, a SMALLER mark than the brain of a man. You have to shoot MUCH too slowly at such tiny marks. If you really do have to handle 5 men, at such distances all with just your pistol, the most shooting your should do(while exposed to their fire) is empty your first mag at them, while moving to cover, reload there, and deal with the rest of it from cover.
 

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I like this better. Gunkid's butt at 8 meters range, the size of a washtub. The weapon is a slingshot with steel ball bearings. We put a silencer over the target's mouth. First one to make it squeal wins.

RIKA :D
 

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What a fantacy! I did not know all men were exactly the size of bowling pins at ANY range. Shoot on the move? Why that's a new concept. I would never have thought to move when 5 bowling pins were attacking me.

And gunkid people, unlike bowling pins, will not be in a strait line, will not stand still, and most certianly be moving to!

And, of couse, the CAR is a loser gun. Just right for gunkid.
 

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Personally when I'm designing a match, I have a soft spot for bowling pins. I've always believed that you should practice on smaller targets than the ones you expect to engage during a match. Shooting pins under a timer means that if you want to be a serious competitor you have to find the blend of speed, accuracy and the power to launch a pin off the table, quickly. I like pins :) :) :)
 
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