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Larry (Omaha)

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Looking for a few outstanding 100 yard ML target photos. Must be legal ( NMLRA rules) photos shot by anyone, even someone you do not know. Photos can of any position, any ignition. Would prefer at least three shots or more with the following info if possible: Type of gun, caliber, position, sights, ignition, and name of shooter if he/she is OK with that.
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one time my brother and I were shooting his 22, we live in the woods so everything is safe. we were throwing small things into the air and shooting them, he threw for me and I hit 3 in a row out the air thrown pretty high. I quit after that, decided to stop on a high note. so I know what you mean,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
 

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So what are you going to do with this data?
 

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On a good day it will only take me 8 shots to get 5 in scoring position at 100 yards. I'm thinking you don't want to see my pictures.
 

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.54 Hawken. My first build. TOW parts. 1" Goodoin barrel. Bench rest at 100 yards. Buckhorn and blade. 125 grains Swiss FF. .015" patch. Sorry, I didn't dare shoot again after this one.
When I shoot a target like that I put my gun away and just sit and shoot the bull. You know it can only go downhill from there.
 

Larry (Omaha)

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So what are you going to do with this data?
I am constantly amazed at people in the world who are exceptional at anything. Since I am an avid muzzleloader, I enjoy seeing proof someone beat the living pants off of me.😂
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Larry (Omaha)

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Hey guys, found this in an article showing off Rice Barrels. Only information I have is what can be made out on the target. Wow, good shooting and way to go Rice Barrel Co! 49-3X Flintlock
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I know it was a TC Seneca .45 with a .440 ball and a .018 patch. Can't remember the charge. Probably 40 -50 gr of 2 1/2 F.
 

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Just posted this on another thread.
Done about 1985 I think it was my best ever. Intended three shots, lost count and did four.
.54 Green river barrel( no longer in business) 36”, .526/.015 spit patch, 70 grains 3f, L&R late English lock, off of cross sticks, shallow v 1/8 inch deep in full buckhorn rear sight silver blade front about 1/8 inch talls
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Not exactly outstanding, but good enough for 1st place in our little annual turkey shoot two years ago. For some reason we were shooting the NMLRA 200 yd target (4" 10 ring) at 100 yds. Doc White built, Edward Marshal rifle. .58 flintlock off hand. .562 ball, drill spit patch, 100gr FFFg Goex, English flints.
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