The thing about challenges though is someone there has to be able to pull it off - usually the person initiating the challenge. Otherwise it's sort of moot.
Put it at 800 yards, I got this.How many ounces? Beer cans exist in many different sizes lol.
Would be our first shot of the day, we shoot 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at my range.Ok so how do we officialize this? What if I or someone else goes out to give this a go and records it all? How do we make sure it's legit and there no rounds fired before as if "For practice" or whatever???
I'm asking like if I want to give this a shot. I'd probably have to record and post the recording on here. How would you all believe I'm not lying on my video or that it was staged? Would this be an online contest for sniper's hide members? Idk where your range is but I'm sure it's too far for me or others to go.Would be our first shot of the day, we shoot 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at my range.
Give it a shot. I was just wondering what others thought their odds were. Something I was thinking about doing with friends, not a online contest.
Or the late and great Bob Munden, I allways liked watching his exhibition segment.Try the Carlos Hathcock challenge....a chicken egg at 600. Dont remember where i read about it, but i always thought that would be good for kicks.
Then he can probably hit 3 cans with one shot, and that's before he "works" on the rifle. It's such a shame what dope does to people.I'll offer this, I have a cousin in MS that can shoot a soda can at 300 yards free hand. Last time I saw him do it was with a 7mm STW and on the first shot no less. I should probably say could, he's been pretty strung out on dope the last 15 years.
If I'm not mistaken, according to this photo - you guys have been drinking too much beer and can't tell the difference between a steer and rock-chuck. LOLThis was a pay the pot for every shot game about 15 years ago at a ranch house we stayed at during our annual varmint hunt . Yardage was not disclosed, rangefinder not allowed. Rock Chucks were the target. Actual yardage was 710 yds.
This is my brother shooting his Olympic Arms K8 .243WSSM from the driveway of the house.
The challenge and trash talking associated with it was an absolute blast.
A man deserves a fresh steak after a hard day of hunting.If I'm not mistaken, according to this photo - you guys have been drinking too much beer and can't tell the difference between a steer and rock-chuck. LOL
I think it would be a lot of fun for you guys. A lot of time, we just get to the range and shoot. No wonder it gets boring. Make the challenge in time for everyone to do a little practicing. Then it gets fun when you all get there and have a go at it.Most of the guys shoot 6.5. My range is pretty short so I shoot 223. I was just curious at what everyone else thought.