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A friend and I squared off with a couple rounds of Battleship, .22 LR style.  My CZ 455 vs his Ruger Precision Rimfire.  The Ruger won the day.  We started at 50 yards, but decided that was too easy, so we moved out to 100.  Then the wind picked up and the round got more expensive.  We added some last-minute tribal rules.  Black dots are worth two extra shots.  




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Nice! Thats a great past time. Back in the days before a 10/22 was all the rage, I used to take cool aid, splash it on the back of a paper target and pick off flies with my Ithaca X15. It was only 25 yards but good clean fun.  

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14 hours ago, hipower said:

Those targets make me feel really, really inadequate.

Neither one of us would have given Carlos Hathcock a run for his money, but we had a lot of fun.  I didn't even know these targets existed.  We talked about moving them up to 25 yards and shooting offhand next time.  May be even more expensive than 100 yards in the wind.  

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