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Old October 12, 1999, 11:32 PM   #14
Long Path
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Join Date: May 31, 1999
Location: N. Texas
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I will allow "called fliers" in long-range riflery. This is when, at the moment of the squeeze, the rifleman knows something went off to put the shot "high and a tad right." I check through the 'scope, and, sure enough, there's a flier hovering at 1 o'clock, out of the main group. Duly noted. Keep shooting. This is just to note what the shooter is capable of of, along with rifle and load. If all shots feel equal, and the shooter could not tell me without looking at the target where the shots would land, I just smirk at "fliers." With pistol shooting, I don't see the point. Either you were on, or you weren't.
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