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Old 3rd June 2014, 06:31 PM
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I've had a go. Can you add some bits off grass so I can use them to judge wind speed.
Does that mean you missed a few then? - at least there's hope for the rest of us then
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Can we have a little shot history on the face plates???
Brilliant fun game....
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And what did gp3 teach us about wind???? - please, tell me!!!
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To consider travelling to windy places
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And what did gp3 teach us about wind???? - please, tell me!!!
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I learned that a 37 yard target is just as easy to miss as a 50+ yarder

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That one 50yrd had 3 missing in the group one left one right and mine bloody straight Dow lol

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Old 9th June 2014, 03:53 PM
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A sample 20 target club course from New Zealand is now available in the game.

For a club shoot they shoot the course twice and add the scores together (I think).
Anyhoo.. have a go, see how you get on.

Some of the targets have similar wind to GP3
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A sample 20 target club course from New Zealand is now available in the game.

For a club shoot they shoot the course twice and add the scores together (I think).
Anyhoo.. have a go, see how you get on.

Some of the targets have similar wind to GP3
Yep you got it. That's often the case for club days. Makes it easier to pack in and out.
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Hi Brian,
Love the game, very well done mate.
However I need to input BC at 0.039 to emulate the results I get down range with my Walther.
Is this possible?
I do wash and lube my JSB 4.51 pellets.
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Old 13th June 2014, 08:13 PM
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Hi Brian,
Love the game, very well done mate.
However I need to input BC at 0.039 to emulate the results I get down range with my Walther.
Is this possible?
I do wash and lube my JSB 4.51 pellets.
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You can just enter 0.039 in the box.
I strongly suspect that you've got some other inputs wrong if you have to enter a BC that high though, but it doesn't really matter. Entering a much higher BC than your real BC will just mean you'll not need to give so much wind and the effects of ranging errors will be less.
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