Off Hand Stands and The Rules

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Re: Off Hand Stands and The Rules

Postby JimW » Mon Apr 06, 2015 5:41 pm

Skypilot wrote:JIm,

Could you please clarify what you mean by "bringing" an LRF to the lanes? I do that all the time. I just don't use it, it stays in the bag.

So, if by "bringing" you mean toting the LRF with you, then you just lost your 100/100 bet and you can PM me to get my address to send me my sweet FT rig. ( 12 FPE ISP like Donovan Taylors with an 8-80 March, Jon Harris bits, Thank You!)

Knobs


You have to quote the rule from the rule book that says you cannot have a range finder in the shooters box in order to win the prize.



Funny, that's my dream rig too. :D
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Re: Off Hand Stands and The Rules

Postby JimW » Mon Apr 06, 2015 5:45 pm

I assume this will be added to the rule book shortly? There is no such wording in the rules currently and this determination adds restrictions that are otherwise unwritten.


And...


Thanks!

Can't use a ranging stand but hey at least i'm not discussing this at a match (and that is what was the most important)!!!
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