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    http://s124.photobucket.com/albums/p3/missscd34/R100/

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    Pics from Tx - Rinehart R100 Tournaments

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    we need a password.....

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    sorry

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    Nice pictures Jag. I've never shot an R-100 yet, but I want to. I toured the Rinehart factory a few weeks ago, and couldn't believe how big some of those targets are! They were reparing those targets while we were there...that gargoile is scary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul S. View Post
    Nice pictures Jag. I've never shot an R-100 yet, but I want to. I toured the Rinehart factory a few weeks ago, and couldn't believe how big some of those targets are! They were reparing those targets while we were there...that gargoile is scary.
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    i wonder if our range has enough room for that?

    looks like fun. glad you guys had a great time. that elephant is huge!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archerdad View Post
    i wonder if our range has enough room for that?

    looks like fun. glad you guys had a great time. that elephant is huge!!
    i dont think you have enough room for it. if they have it in Tx again next year, you'll have to go and try it.. it was fun.
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    where in texas? i have wanted to go to one of those for a long while now. just seems like it would be a total blast.

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    This was in Tyler, Tx.
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    It is worth going to a R-100. There is no shoot quite like it. Great people and great fun. Cool pics JAG... Glad you guys had fun. It's really hard not to have fun at a R-100.

    Looking forward to Wabash, IN already...

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    Default R-100

    New to this site and wondering what is a R-100 shoot. Looking at the pics it looks like a lot of fun.

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    50 targets a day over 2 days but you can just shoot 1 day.
    It's for fun and bragging rights, I guess.

    The rules are simple. Hunter class, Open class, Traditional and a youngster class. Hunter shoots multiple fixed pins. Hunter gets a 50 point handicap 'bonus' or each day (not sure about traditional... ). Open is shoot what you bring. No bonus for Open class. Hunter and Open shoot from the same stake. Youngsters shoot from a closer stake, most likely that's the case with traditional as well. I didn't see any stick bows or recurves last year.

    They have awsome, unusual targets. It's a ton of fun for sure. Great people and just a lot of fun to be had. Our Midwest group from 3D-Shoots went to one of them in Wabash, IN last August and we threw in a little camping and a bunch of great food to go with the shooting... We had a great time and we're going again this year.

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    thanks for telling me about it jag
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    Quote Originally Posted by hstubblefield View Post
    thanks for telling me about it jag
    sorry hon.... i will make sure and let you know next year. You'd love it.
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    Oh good rub it in. They won't be around here till mid June and I can't wait. Looks like you had a ball. Is the elephant a new target didn't see it last year? Saw a few I forgot about. Like to make a few of the big ones to slip them onto or course at our club. Bet that would blow some minds. Thanks for sharring the pics.
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    I dont know if the elephant is new, this was my first one to attend. I do know there was no alien.. only a gargoyle.
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    I noticed they didn't put some racks on whats up with that. Oh well its a blast anyways.
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    looks like good times
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    Quote Originally Posted by quick draw View Post
    I noticed they didn't put some racks on whats up with that. Oh well its a blast anyways.
    i think there were a couple that kept falling off, they were on the ground.
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