Airgun Accuracy

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  1. HI great Blog Tyler

    In this post:
    And what you aim at is very different for the many types of shooting that exist. The ten ring in Olympic 10 meter airrifle shooting measures 0,5 millimeter. The targets used in airgun field target shooting measure 40mm at 50 meters distance. And the ten ring for the target that is used in The Netherlands for competition shooting at 100 meters with airrifles measures 30mm.

    I think you miswritted the units here: … 10 meter airrifle shooting measures 0,5 millimete… It should say 0,5 cm or 5mm

    Hope it helps…

    Are you interested in doing a TX200 air rifle accuracy testing and changing atmosferic conditions tests? (Humidity/temp/pressure and POI change)?

    Thanks and keep the good work!!!

    José Hoyos
    Pulso y puntería!!!

    • Hi José,
      I looked it up in the ISSF rules and regulations. And the 10-ring is really 0,5 millimetre, or half a millimetre.
      Quote of ISSF 2013 rules article on page 218 “The ten ring is a white dot = 0.5 mm (±0.1 mm).”
      regards, Sven.
      (PS Who’s Tyler?)

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