Air supply and water

Air supply and water

Postby L-S-R » 2010.08.19. 12:05

Does the air supply bottles have standard gauges and fitting, or do we have to bring our own screw on gauges with our own rifles filling adaptors for the air bottles?

Will there be bottles of water available for competitors, whilst they go around the course each day.

I like the map, it has got me all excited now! Am I correct that there are 3 different courses?

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Re: Air supply and water

Postby Dino » 2010.08.19. 13:35

L-S-R wrote:Does the air supply bottles have standard gauges and fitting, or do we have to bring our own screw on gauges with our own rifles filling adaptors for the air bottles?

Will there be bottles of water available for competitors, whilst they go around the course each day.

I like the map, it has got me all excited now! Am I correct that there are 3 different courses?

Thanks Conor


Hi Conor,

1. If you have, not too bad :)

2. Yes, of course, and beer for extra fee :)

3. Yes, 3 days, 3 different course
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Re: Air supply and water

Postby doki » 2010.08.22. 23:17

L-S-R wrote:Does the air supply bottles have standard gauges and fitting, or do we have to bring our own screw on gauges with our own rifles filling adaptors for the air bottles?

We plan to have standard gauges, and most common screws or adaptors.
Just in case, it is better to bring more. We will have a 50 liter "air tank" with 300 Bar pressure, refilled every day, and 5 pieces of 6 liter bottles with 300 bars.
L-S-R wrote:Will there be bottles of water available for competitors, whilst they go around the course each day.

Yes, of course. The water bottles will be placed on the courses. We calculate 1,5 liter of water for each competitor per day.
L-S-R wrote:I like the map, it has got me all excited now! Am I correct that there are 3 different courses?

There will be three courses, colour coded: red, white, green. Total if 150 targets will be placed on 3 courses. The lanes of the different courses will be placed alternatively, like this: red-1, white-1, green-1, red-2, white-2, green-2, red-3, white-3, green-3 ... and so on. A shooter shoots one colour on the first day, the next colour the next day, and the third on the third day. There will be three sectors of each courses (marked with red lines on the map). The 50 targets for one course will be placed throughout the 3 sectors (sector 1 is in the woods, hilly and dark; sector 2 is where the shooter sits on the windy field and shoots into the dark forest; and sector 3 is a pine-wood).
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