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    Quote Originally Posted by nyamazan View Post
    Yup, I do have a real name and email!
    Think I had to give them when I registered.
    Yours
    Jim, I mean Rod.

    Cookie,

    Would you be so good as to supply me with all the names n email adds of members please?

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    Comming Soon

    The new look site is nearing completion; in fact I just finished uploading 328 files to the new server for me to begin testing online.

    WATCH THIS SPACE!!
    UBC Secretary & Web-Manager
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom Sniper View Post
    The new look site is nearing completion; in fact I just finished uploading 328 files to the new server for me to begin testing online.

    WATCH THIS SPACE!!
    I'm watching, but nothings is happen.
    Fancy shooting your air pistols & rifles a bit more, then guy's & gal's come visit us at the
    UBC for loads of fun competitions for all types of air pistols and rifles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    I'm watching, but nothings is happen.

    It will when you cast that magic spell I sent you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom Sniper View Post
    It will when you cast that magic spell I sent you

    Tony
    The spell has been cast.
    Fancy shooting your air pistols & rifles a bit more, then guy's & gal's come visit us at the
    UBC for loads of fun competitions for all types of air pistols and rifles.

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    The magic has been done

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    The new look UBC site has now been launched and is available for your viewing pleasure

    Its still a work in progress, but the basics are there for you.

    So come on over to www.umarexboysclub.co.uk

    Many thanks to Jim AKA Target Bunny for allowing us to have our own little space on his server free of charge.

    Please note site best viewed in Internet explorer and a screen res of 1024x768

    Lets have your feedback please.

    Tony
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    Beretta 92 fs

    Hi I am new to this forum I have black 92 fs & also limited 1500 ppc stainless beretta and have been thinking about putting wood grips on both guns but have read they mark easly is that true. Cheers mark

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    I have wooden grips on my Beretta and CP88's, no problems here and they look great.
    Fancy shooting your air pistols & rifles a bit more, then guy's & gal's come visit us at the
    UBC for loads of fun competitions for all types of air pistols and rifles.

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    Airsoft for UBC?

    Dear UBC,
    I am back in Thailand for a while, and was wondering if Airsoft pistols are allowed in the UBC (I am particularly interested in Jim's Police Pistol Competitions)? Air pistols require a licence "over here", so I became interested in Airsoft about three years ago. I have a Marui 1911A1 and a Glock 17(3G) which would be suitable, although I will need to get a spare mag for each.

    I downloaded Jim's target this morning, and scored 103 with 12 rounds measuring from centre of BB strike (my target printed slightly smaller than A4).

    Not to worry it they are not - just a thought .
    All the best,
    Last edited by Mr Meteor; 25-10-2010 at 07:08 AM. Reason: Clarification

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    magicniner is offline The Posh Knocking Shop Artist Formerly Known as Nocturnal Nick
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Meteor View Post
    Dear UBC,
    I am back in Thailand for a while, and was wondering if Airsoft pistols are allowed in the UBC (I am particularly interested in Jim's Police Pistol Competitions)? Air pistols require a licence "over here", so I became interested in Airsoft about three years ago. I have a Marui 1911A1 and a Glock 17(3G) which would be suitable, although I will need to get a spare mag for each.

    I downloaded Jim's target this morning, and scored 103 with 12 rounds measuring from centre of BB strike (my target printed slightly smaller than A4).

    Not to worry it they are not - just a thought .
    All the best,
    I think Paul55 has been competing with himself in Airsoft, some stiffer competition might be welcome
    ATB,
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    Quote Originally Posted by magicniner View Post
    I think Paul55 has been competing with himself in Airsoft, some stiffer competition might be welcome
    ATB,
    Nick
    Paul's been competing with Airsoft, and with that very pistol.

    We've just started the final Round of the current Season. so please have a go: it'll be a great warm-up for the next Season, which starts in November.

    I could tell this Thread hasn't seen much action of late: Phantom Sniper appears heavily on the most current page, and he's seldom on here any more.

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    Cheers, Nick and Jim.
    I will be making a suitable A4 target holder tomorrow after I have had another look through the rules (on the new website). I've also found a spare magazine which will fit my 1911A1.

    I assume that if a shot touches a scoring ring, then you get the higher value? As wadcutters are obvioulsy out of the question with airsoft, what I propose to do is place a BB over the entry hole to see if it touches a scoring line.

    All the best.
    Last edited by Mr Meteor; 26-10-2010 at 12:27 PM.

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    Jim McArthur is offline Frock coat wearing, riverboat dwelling, southern gent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Meteor View Post
    I assume that if a shot touches a scoring ring, then you get the higher value?
    Yes, that's our usual rule. One exception is that in our Vintage competition, the pellet must be entirely within the 6 ring to score a 6. But that's another comp: not applicable to Police.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Meteor View Post
    Cheers, Nick and Jim.
    I will be making a suitable A4 target holder tomorrow after I have had another look through the rules (on the new website). I've also found a spare magazine which will fit my 1911A1.

    I assume that if a shot touches a scoring ring, then you get the higher value? As wadcutters are obvioulsy out of the question with airsoft, what I propose to do is place a BB over the entry hole to see if it touches a scoring line.

    All the best.
    Hi Adrian

    Thanks for your PM. I've sent you a reply.

    Thats correct about the scoring & good & fair idea of how to score the shots on the target.

    Look forward to seeing you in the competitions.

    Regards
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    Thanks, Paddy.

    Apologies if this seems a rather daft question, but should the shooter stand just behind/ at the firing line - as with the "ocky" in darts - or should the pistol barrel be just behind the firing line?

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