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Old 14th July 2012, 08:52 PM
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[B]Your thoughts on EXTREME HFT?

How about H.A.L.O. HFT, You cant take the first shot before your "chute" opens, all 30 shots must be taken before you hit the deck!
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Old 14th July 2012, 09:06 PM
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Old 14th July 2012, 09:18 PM
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Ok mate, but im not shareing the woman!
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I had one of those "awake at 2am mind working overtime and can't sleep" moments a while back and had a thought about getting more variation into a course other than the usual prone, prone prone, kneel, prone, prone, prone, stand, prone type layout and came up with something similar to a Gamble shoot type format. I thought about having something along the lines of having it so you can't shoot the same position twice in a row so for example if you decided to take a prone shot on your first shot your second must be a stander or kneeler, if you repeat the sequence twice, i.e prone, kneel, prone, kneel, you must then shoot the position that you haven't yet used, in this case a stander. It could mean that courses could be relatively simple but because of the variation of position it'd become harder and make people improve on positionals. I haven't had a chance to think about the finer points of it but it could make an interesting side shoot perhaps?
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Thought you said she had a puncture Geoff?
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Old 14th July 2012, 09:27 PM
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Thought you said she had a puncture Geoff?
Always keep a bike puncture repair kit handy!
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I had one of those "awake at 2am mind working overtime and can't sleep" moments a while back and had a thought about getting more variation into a course other than the usual prone, prone prone, kneel, prone, prone, prone, stand, prone type layout and came up with something similar to a Gamble shoot type format. I thought about having something along the lines of having it so you can't shoot the same position twice in a row so for example if you decided to take a prone shot on your first shot your second must be a stander or kneeler, if you repeat the sequence twice, i.e prone, kneel, prone, kneel, you must then shoot the position that you haven't yet used, in this case a stander. It could mean that courses could be relatively simple but because of the variation of position it'd become harder and make people improve on positionals. I haven't had a chance to think about the finer points of it but it could make an interesting side shoot perhaps?
That could have some merits Vin.
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Well Geoff stop trying to give her love bites
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