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moving or holding still, sideways as frontal, partially covered as fully-exposed. So it's BS to just "assume" that you will even get a 12"x24" mark as a target. All too often, all you can count on getting is a head that is bobbing around cover. Such a mark is easily missed, at a mere 200m, by anybody, using any realistic fighting rifle, with any scope, and from any firing position, with any load. A guy that knows enough to use cover knows better than to leave his head exposed for more than 2 seconds at a time, and he also knows better than to expose himself at the same place, 2x in a row.
 

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Blah blah blah.

How many people have you shot at?
How many did you hit?

How many people have you shot at while they had the ability to shoot at you?
How many were shooting at you?
How many did you hit?
 

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All too often?

Where's your source for this?

A lot of your theory depends on the scenario, the terrain, etc.

Polesmoker said it all - you have no basis, other than your fantasies for these statements.

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Try your bobbing and weaving on this!!!


Match 12 - 500 to 100 Run Down



(1) Specification:



(a) Distance: 500 ‑ 100 meters

(b) Position: 500 and 300 meters: Prone

400 and 200 meters: Sitting, kneeling or squatting

100 meters: Standing

(c) Number of Shots: Ten on score (2 at each distance)

(d) Target: 500 and 400 meters: 4-foot (1.2 meter) screen with Figure 12/59 Type "A" face

300, 200,100 meters: Figure 12/59

(e) Scoring: On the screen: V, 5, 4 and 3 (There is no Outer 2.)

On the Figure 12/59: V, 5 and 4

(f) Type of Fire: Fire and Movement

(g) Rate of Fire: Two shots only at each distance

(h) Timing: One exposure of 15 seconds, followed by four exposures of 45 seconds each, with intervals of 15 seconds between exposures.

(j) HPS: 50.10V



(2) Procedure:



(a) Competitors will be ordered to adopt the standing alert position, load and make ready at 500 meters.

(b) The appearance of the target for 15 seconds is the signal to adopt the prone position and fire two shots. Following this, firers will place the selector lever on safe and await the next appearance of the 4-foot screen target.

(c) The next appearance of the 4-foot screen target is the signal to move to the 400-meter firing point, adopt the sitting, kneeling or squatting position and fire two shots. Following this, firers will place the change lever on safe and await the next target exposure.

(d) The appearance of the Figure 12/59 is the signal to move to the 300-meter firing point, adopt the prone position and fire two shots. Following this, firers will place the change lever on safe and await the next target exposure.

(e) The next appearance of the Figure 12/59 is the signal to move to the 200-meter firing point, adopt the sitting, kneeling or squatting position and fire two shots. Following this, the firer will place the change lever on safe and await the next target.

(f) The last appearance of the Figure 12/59 is the signal to move to the 100-meter firing point, adopt the standing position and fire two shots.

(g) Upon completion of the match the complete relay will move directly to the butts to carry out scoring for Match 12.
 
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