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Too Tall Bob

I was recently asked ———

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What would I like to see at a black powder match. My first thought was a breeze - a good steady breeze.  I was informed the question was about targets and target sequences. Humph!

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One very large dump target

good spotters 

a breeze from left to right

targets with the edges in contrasting paint

no rain

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"The Target"

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I believe your original answer remains the best!

 

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No wind, or breeze in your face, targets of varied distances and heights. If you like an easy shoot-shoot smokiless.

kR

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Oh, come on.  You know full and well that there's nothing like shooting BP on a still, humid day.:rolleyes:

 

Especially if you start with the shotgun.  By the time it comes to the 2nd pistol string, you are ducking under the cloud to find the legs of the target stands, guessing how high the target is and pulling the trigger.

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I was thinking “Mary Ann”...:P

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How about white targets? (Not)

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11 hours ago, Too Tall Bob said:

How about white targets? (Not)

At a nite shoot YES. Works very well.

kR

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Naw to all of the above!!  Blaze away and shoot via braille!!!:rolleyes::P

 

...and who ever came up with the 1866 stage.  You sick, demented, deranged, bas+@§{!!!!  I loved it!!!

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On 4/6/2019 at 8:17 PM, Pat Riot, SASS #13748 said:

I was thinking “Mary Ann”...:P

Ginger

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Grey Painted Targets ...... In the Timber, in the Shade ....

 

 

Jabez Cowboy

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