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    Was it just a dream.....?

    Was it just a dream.....?


    CYA accuracy fool friends:


    Was it just a dream.....?



    The Big National Indoor RFBR Events tell us the state of RFBR equipment, today.


    And since all contraptions use the same common components, the most important "state" the Big Indoor National Events tell us, is which actions produce the best accuracy.


    So was it all a dream?



    I mean, how, today, can 41 SAP ignition contraptions, some the finest SAP ignition contraptions ever built, and shot by some of the finest, most talented RFBR shooters in the world, fail to produce a single 2500 target at the latest ARA Indoor Nationals......and fail to win the Championship on top of it all?


    While at the same time, only 23 MD-PAS action shooters produced five 2500 targets, and won the ARA Indoor Championship....


    Was it just a dream.....?


    14 different, custom, SAP ignition RFBR actions have been produced over the past 23 years......since the MD-PAS Turbo came out.


    Yet, at the most recent Big National RFBR Event, 41 of those SAP ignition contraptions couldn't produce a singe 2500 target, while just 23 MD-PAS Turbo contraptions produced five 2500 targets.



    Where does the world of custom, SAP ignition, RFBR actions go from here?


    How many more custom, SAP ignition, RFBR actions will have to be produced before the SAP ignition action makers realize there's no way to put the firing pin through a coil spring and produce the ignition uniformity that comes from having the firing pin spring captured inside of the firing pin, proper?


    No, it wasn't a dream......it actually happened.


    Your pistol fool friend, BC

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    All that matters is advancing rimfire accuracy..

    All that matters is advancing rimfire accuracy..


    CYA accuracy fool friends:


    All that matters is advancing rimfire accuracy..



    We just happen to play a game called RFBR to showcase the advancement of rimfire accuracy.



    Playing the "game" Outdoors allows anyone to have their day in the sun.....and win a Big Outdoor National Event.


    It matters not, so much, whether the contraption used Outdoors is a MD-PAS contraption or a SAP contraption.


    We've all seen Big Outdoor Events where someone has their day, and then we never hear from them again....


    Therefore..........


    Outdoor Big National RFBR Events don't give a true picture of the advancement of rimfire accuracy.



    Is it a thrill to win an Outdoor Big National RFBR event?


    Oh my goodness yes......


    Winning a club match with just a handful of shooters is a thrill.....too...



    But........



    Outdoor Big National Events simply do not gauge rimfire accuracy advancement like Indoor Big National Events do.




    This is why I love the Indoor Big National RFBR Events so much.


    Because they gauge the advancement of rimfire accuracy...



    And at this years ARA Indoor Nationals we got an update as to the progress of SAP Ignition RFBR actions verses MD-PAS ignition RFBR actions.


    41 SAP ignition shooters, some of the finest in the world and shooting the finest SAP ignition contraptions, could not produce a single 2500 target, nor win the Nationals.


    While just 23 MD-PAS ignition shooters produced 5-2500 targets and won the Event.



    This is where we're at here in 2021' with the advancement of rimfire accuracy..


    Your pistol fool friend, BC

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    41 verses 23

    41 verses 23


    CYA accuracy fool friends:


    This year's ARA Indoor Nationals was the most important, and most anticipated, Indoor Big National Event in the history of contemporary RFBR.


    I'll take that back....



    This years ARA Indoor Nationals was the most important, and most anticipated, Big National RFBR Event period, Indoor or Outdoor, in the history of our sport.


    Because so much was at stake involving pure rimfire accuracy...



    The most important of which was the chance to break Big Dog's ARA Indoor Nationals Record which is the highest "pure accuracy" accomplishment in the history of Big National Events.



    And..............



    After 23 years, this was the chance to showcase the progress of the 14, custom, SAP ignition RFBR actions against the MD-PAS ignition Turbo and it's clone the MD-PAS ignition 10-X...


    41 SAP ignition contraptions, which included some of the finest SAP ignition contraptions ever built, and shot by some of the most talented RFBR shooters in the world, could not produce a single 2500 target nor win the Nationals.


    While just 23 MD-PAS ignition contraptions produced 5-2500 targets and won the Championship.


    Your pistol fool friend, BC

    ____________________________


    PS:


    The world of rimfire accuracy advancement will have to wait another year to see if Big Dog's Record can be broken.



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    It's all about accuracy.....

    It's all about accuracy.....


    CYA accuracy fool friends:


    It's all about accuracy.....


    Benchrest shooting is all about accuracy......if one wanted to have the shooter be the main object in shooting, they'd shoot 3-P.....or IHMSA silhouette.......or something...


    Does the shooter matter in RFBR.....of course....


    But....................


    Accuracy matters more......much more...


    Here's an example of why producing accuracy is the number one goal in RFBR, or CFBR:


    ( I know of what I'm speaking here, cause I competed for almost 20 years)


    It's not near as much of a thrill to win an ARA match with a 1975 agg as it is to win with a 2350 agg.


    As a matter of fact you'll notice folks giving match reports, and if the conditions were bad, they'll start with an alibi like "The wind was terrible today and that's why the scores were so low."......or something similar..


    If accuracy wasn't the number one objective those folks giving match reports would simply report the scores and forget the alibi.....



    Another reason pure accuracy is the number one objective......


    When 99% of the shooters in RFBR go to a match, even if they get beat, if they kick out a 2450 or 2500 target, or a 250x23 or 24X target, they're still thrilled.......


    By the same token when 99% of the shooters in RFBR win a match, but with something like a 1950 agg, they're more disappointed than thrilled.....



    If pure accuracy wasn't the number one objective of RFBR shooting, a winner would be just as thrilled by winning with a 1950 agg as a 2350 agg.......


    This is why I discuss this SAP/MD-PAS business like I do...


    Everyone, and there are no exceptions, wants to own and shoot a BLACK DEATH caliber RFBR gun.


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    And to have the best chance of producing a gun of the caliber of BLACK DEATH requires starting with a MD-PAS ignition RFBR action.



    Your pistol fool friend, BC

    _________________


    PS:


    Big Dog, you and DEATH produced the greatest "pure accuracy" accomplishment in the history of Big National RFBR Events with your ARA Indoor Nationals Record.....

    Think they'll ever take it away from you and DEATH?


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    Everything it takes.................

    Everything it takes.................


    CYA accuracy fool friends:


    Just looking at Big Dog and Death in this picture...


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    There's everything it takes in this picture of Death to produce the greatest "pure accuracy" accomplishment in the history of Big National RFBR Events, Indoors or Outdoors...


    Calfee style scope mounting....


    It's the simplest and most foolproof way to guarantee one will not have scope issues.....


    When Big Dog competes with Death the last thing he has to worry about are scope issues...


    A plain, simple Harrell's MD....


    Death uses no ornaments either hanging off the muzzle or wrapped around the barrel.

    And Big Dog most certainly doesn't use any of those ridiculous "tuning theories" that float around the Internet...


    MD-PAS ignition action.....


    Death uses a MD-PAS ignition RFBR action...


    An Ebert Turbo with DiOrio V-1 6 ignition.....


    Could Big Dog have accomplished what he has if Death used a SAP ignition RFBR action?


    The answer is of course, no....


    CYA accuracy fool friends:


    Death has exactly the correct components needed to produce the greatest "pure accuracy" accomplishment in the history of Big National RFBR Events....


    And absolutely nothing extra.......


    Your pistol fool friend, BC


    ______________________


    PS:



    And least we forget....


    Big Dog and Death kicked out that mind blowing 2425 Agg at the Georgia State ARA Indoor awhile back.


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