They were done standing at thirty six yards.
I shot 1 pellet at each target then when I hit the bull I didn't want to spoil it, so I aimed at the next and did the same again.
The third bull I shot 2 or 3 at it and the same again at the next bull, then went and bloody spoilt it with the shot to the left.
Doing groups like that though doesn't mean nowt to me as we all know the wind makes all the difference.
What I find ammusing is we can read the wind at 55 yards but get caught out on the sillys at a distance of only 36 yrd.
I was lucky with those shot's as there wasn't any wind unless there was a slight breeze that took it into the kill.
Let your shooting do the talking.
It's not the aim and release that decided the shot, it's the preparations.
Last edited by nemesis; 11th April 2014 at 07:09 PM.