falconpilot Posted May 31, 2013 Share Posted May 31, 2013 How about this..happened to me at Level II match today... I was third shooter in squad...all steel had fresh paint... I shot my stage with popper being last target shot. I, RO, most shooters saw the bullet impact dead center of calibration zone on popper..Popper remained standing... Called for calibration test, propper went down..here's the problem... Due to incoming weather, wind was whipping it today...I'm shooting major power factor, 9mm 124, 1412 avg...when I got home this evening, I pulled 6 rounds out of bag without looking, fired over crony...1386 fps was lowest..1421 highest..shot on stage sounded, recoiled normally... I know I was making more than 125 power factor so popper should have fallen, but I'm convinced the gusty winds and bad timing cost me a miss... Was there any other option for me today after the pop gun dropped the popper and RM called it miss??? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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