2012 Cajuns PFT layout

2012 Cajuns PFT layout

Joined: February 15th, 2010, 10:01 pm

April 25th, 2012, 2:00 pm #1

<p>I got a chance to transpose my chicken scratch course layout to excel. Long story short, David Alsup kicked butt with Johnny pistol! He shot a 30/32 and the next closest was Leo and I with a 24/32!</p><p>Leo and I went to a shoot off even though there wasn't an award. It was only for Texan/Cajun bragging rights! We were shooting at a 1/2" target at 15 yards and kept backing up for 8 shots until we were at 22 yards! Later we realized that we think we had a faulty target and we really weren't THAT good :-P We shot at the next target which was closer to 30 yards by that time. We both hit once, both missed once, and Leo took me down on the third round! So this year the Cajun's conceded to the Texans!</p><p>I kept waiting for Johnny to turn his head so I can jack his pistol. We were shooting spinners at 3/4" and 1" spinners at 50 yards with mild wind conditions. Johnny, please let me know when you want to get rid of it </p><p>Special thanks to the great showing from all the guys in Texas. We also appreciate everyone who came. We really appreciated the comraderie!</p><p></p>

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USFT #230, Nikko Diamond 10-50x60
FX Royale .22, Hawke SW 8-32x56
PROD .22, Hawke Varmint 4-16x40
MROD .177, Nikko 8-32x56
2010 Squirrel count - 105
2011 Squirrel count - 109
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Joined: July 6th, 2002, 8:59 pm

April 25th, 2012, 2:41 pm #2

Those "difficulty" numbers are for rifle... After quite a bit of testing, Ron Robinson and others at our club have agreed that a 2.0 (or thereabouts) multiplier should be applied for PFT.

BTW, although that first target had issues, we still had great fun with the illusion!
Thanks for hosting the PFT match, and we hope to see a bunch of you Cajuns at ROT next year.

HookEm

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April 25th, 2012, 3:18 pm #3

<p>I got a chance to transpose my chicken scratch course layout to excel. Long story short, David Alsup kicked butt with Johnny pistol! He shot a 30/32 and the next closest was Leo and I with a 24/32!</p><p>Leo and I went to a shoot off even though there wasn't an award. It was only for Texan/Cajun bragging rights! We were shooting at a 1/2" target at 15 yards and kept backing up for 8 shots until we were at 22 yards! Later we realized that we think we had a faulty target and we really weren't THAT good :-P We shot at the next target which was closer to 30 yards by that time. We both hit once, both missed once, and Leo took me down on the third round! So this year the Cajun's conceded to the Texans!</p><p>I kept waiting for Johnny to turn his head so I can jack his pistol. We were shooting spinners at 3/4" and 1" spinners at 50 yards with mild wind conditions. Johnny, please let me know when you want to get rid of it </p><p>Special thanks to the great showing from all the guys in Texas. We also appreciate everyone who came. We really appreciated the comraderie!</p><p></p>

(+) Paul (+)
USFT #230, Nikko Diamond 10-50x60
FX Royale .22, Hawke SW 8-32x56
PROD .22, Hawke Varmint 4-16x40
MROD .177, Nikko 8-32x56
2010 Squirrel count - 105
2011 Squirrel count - 109
Hi Paul. Thanks for setting up and running the PFT match! That was my first PFT match since my last trip to 2010 Cajun match. Had a lot of fun... Really a good time shooting that match in the side by side format. Not sure you want that pistol though... There is obviously a problem with it! When I shot it, only dropped 21. David dropped 30. So there must be an issue with it..?!

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April 26th, 2012, 3:59 am #4

<p>I got a chance to transpose my chicken scratch course layout to excel. Long story short, David Alsup kicked butt with Johnny pistol! He shot a 30/32 and the next closest was Leo and I with a 24/32!</p><p>Leo and I went to a shoot off even though there wasn't an award. It was only for Texan/Cajun bragging rights! We were shooting at a 1/2" target at 15 yards and kept backing up for 8 shots until we were at 22 yards! Later we realized that we think we had a faulty target and we really weren't THAT good :-P We shot at the next target which was closer to 30 yards by that time. We both hit once, both missed once, and Leo took me down on the third round! So this year the Cajun's conceded to the Texans!</p><p>I kept waiting for Johnny to turn his head so I can jack his pistol. We were shooting spinners at 3/4" and 1" spinners at 50 yards with mild wind conditions. Johnny, please let me know when you want to get rid of it </p><p>Special thanks to the great showing from all the guys in Texas. We also appreciate everyone who came. We really appreciated the comraderie!</p><p></p>

(+) Paul (+)
USFT #230, Nikko Diamond 10-50x60
FX Royale .22, Hawke SW 8-32x56
PROD .22, Hawke Varmint 4-16x40
MROD .177, Nikko 8-32x56
2010 Squirrel count - 105
2011 Squirrel count - 109
Paul,
It was good shooting with ya, again. I was thinking you and Leo had sometype of fun shoot between eachother. I LMAO when Leo told me it was a shoot-off and a bad target. I'll be practicing my kneeling PFT for next time.
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April 26th, 2012, 9:36 pm #5

Those "difficulty" numbers are for rifle... After quite a bit of testing, Ron Robinson and others at our club have agreed that a 2.0 (or thereabouts) multiplier should be applied for PFT.

BTW, although that first target had issues, we still had great fun with the illusion!
Thanks for hosting the PFT match, and we hope to see a bunch of you Cajuns at ROT next year.

HookEm
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USFT #230, Nikko Diamond 10-50x60
FX Royale .22, Hawke SW 8-32x56
PROD .22, Hawke Varmint 4-16x40
MROD .177, Nikko 8-32x56
2010 Squirrel count - 105
2011 Squirrel count - 109
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Joined: February 15th, 2010, 10:01 pm

April 26th, 2012, 9:37 pm #6

Paul,
It was good shooting with ya, again. I was thinking you and Leo had sometype of fun shoot between eachother. I LMAO when Leo told me it was a shoot-off and a bad target. I'll be practicing my kneeling PFT for next time.
(+) Paul (+)
USFT #230, Nikko Diamond 10-50x60
FX Royale .22, Hawke SW 8-32x56
PROD .22, Hawke Varmint 4-16x40
MROD .177, Nikko 8-32x56
2010 Squirrel count - 105
2011 Squirrel count - 109
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Joined: February 15th, 2010, 10:01 pm

April 26th, 2012, 9:37 pm #7

Hi Paul. Thanks for setting up and running the PFT match! That was my first PFT match since my last trip to 2010 Cajun match. Had a lot of fun... Really a good time shooting that match in the side by side format. Not sure you want that pistol though... There is obviously a problem with it! When I shot it, only dropped 21. David dropped 30. So there must be an issue with it..?!
(+) Paul (+)
USFT #230, Nikko Diamond 10-50x60
FX Royale .22, Hawke SW 8-32x56
PROD .22, Hawke Varmint 4-16x40
MROD .177, Nikko 8-32x56
2010 Squirrel count - 105
2011 Squirrel count - 109
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Joined: July 6th, 2002, 8:59 pm

April 27th, 2012, 2:02 am #8


(+) Paul (+)
USFT #230, Nikko Diamond 10-50x60
FX Royale .22, Hawke SW 8-32x56
PROD .22, Hawke Varmint 4-16x40
MROD .177, Nikko 8-32x56
2010 Squirrel count - 105
2011 Squirrel count - 109
Once you've applied those multipliers (e.g., for kneeling, standing), there's an extra rifle-to-pistol factor conversion factor.

PFT Troyer Chart (with rifle-to-pistol conversion factor: 2.0)
http://sites.google.com/site/centraltex ... er-ratings

Rifle Troyer Chart
http://sites.google.com/site/centraltex ... ing-system
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