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    Quote Originally Posted by golfingguy27 View Post
    Nice pics Hornet.. I may carry my little camera this week.
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    But SLR's are so much more fun to use!! lol
    Agreed, but.. this is archery class... not photo lab..

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    Quote Originally Posted by IGluIt4U View Post
    Agreed, but.. this is archery class... not photo lab..

    I suppose that is true.. I was telling Hornet the other day, I do want to mess with taking some good archery pics at some point. I want to find the right shutter speed to get those cool pics with the arrow just leaving the string as a blur, etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by golfingguy27 View Post
    I suppose that is true.. I was telling Hornet the other day, I do want to mess with taking some good archery pics at some point. I want to find the right shutter speed to get those cool pics with the arrow just leaving the string as a blur, etc..
    Well, we need to get together for some practice and fun one day then... I agree.. the pockets don't cut it for that.. I tried taking probably 90% of the pics the past couple shoots just at the shooter's release... still ain't found an arrow.. cause the damned camera don't 'click' when ya press the button like an slr will...

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    I don't know how many fps my pocket cam will do in 'all out assault mode', but that's my next test..

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    Quote Originally Posted by IGluIt4U View Post
    Well, we need to get together for some practice and fun one day then... I agree.. the pockets don't cut it for that.. I tried taking probably 90% of the pics the past couple shoots just at the shooter's release... still ain't found an arrow.. cause the damned camera don't 'click' when ya press the button like an slr will...
    Yep.. that's actually the main reason I got an SLR to start out with. Not for archery, but for horse photography. I would try and catch a horse going over a jump and never get it because of that delay. I'm also into aviation. I sat at Frederick Airport for hours one day taking pics of planes and helicopters. Finding the right shutter speeds to get a nice blur of the props so you could tell they were moving, but not so much that they were a total blur, or totally stopping the blade either. All the things that make an SLR fun to play with.

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    Glad all of you made it out this way, wish I could have shot with ya but maybe next time there was one pic I thought for sure you would have but you must have missed it
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    My wife and I were finally able to hit the course at Lasalle this afternoon for our first field half of the year. Had some really good targets and a few not so good, but ended up with a 273... not my best but I was happy for the first time out. Pictures were taken with my phone so they are not the best quality

    1. The Blue "loaner" ultra elite from str8arrow while mine is back at hoyt, its a shooter!
    2. Wife shooting the 15yrd
    3. 50 yrd target
    4. 45 walk up
    4. Josh_x_wny

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    1. josh_x_wny
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    4. 50 or 40 cant remember
    5. 45 wu again

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    1. 80 yard wu
    2. 30 yard (4x)
    3. 30 yard again

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    Nice.....now I know who those pictures belong to on here

    Good pics....and targets
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    Great pics Josh, thanks..

    I have a few more to put up... gotta get em uploaded tonite..

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    Here are a few from our Hunter/Animal round a couple weeks ago.
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    And a few more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DHawk2 View Post
    And a few more.
    Is that a new fangled bow that shoot backwards??
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    What's up with the backward bow guy
    HDI Staff Director....It's indoor season....is your bow treated with Phase Inhibitor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Hornet View Post
    What's up with the backward bow guy
    Just goofing off...he said "let me jump in there".

    He actually shot a 277 Hunter and a 289 Animal.

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    what range is that DHawk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown Hornet View Post
    what range is that DHawk?
    Bear Creek in Norton, VA. We have 14 targets and they are all flat except #14 and it does't have much elevation change. It is a pretty nice course though and we have long range plans of putting 14 more in and they won't be all flat.

    From what I heard, field had pretty much died out at Bear Creek. One older man moved all the targets from the hillsides to the level ground. I think it was to make it easier for him to get around the course. He says the main reason was so you could get all your mark at the actual distance and if you go else where to shoot you can adjust for the elevation change.

    Here is a link to our website with some pics of all 14 targets.

    www.bearcreekarcheryclub.com

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    This target has been shown here before, #15 at DCWC. Here is sargejr. having a go at it...
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    Now when they set the distance on a target like that, do they measure straight out and then straight down? If so you could actually have both uphill and downhill shots on the same target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DHawk2 View Post
    Now when they set the distance on a target like that, do they measure straight out and then straight down? If so you could actually have both uphill and downhill shots on the same target.
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    No they measure from the target face to the shooting stake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psargeant View Post
    This target has been shown here before, #15 at DCWC. Here is sargejr. having a go at it...
    That shot looks wicked

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    Quote Originally Posted by mw31 View Post
    That shot looks wicked
    Yes it does look wicked, and I will be one of the many facing it Saturday and Sunday. I've been stinking up the place on bunnies recently.. at least with this one I will have an excuse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mw31 View Post
    That shot looks wicked
    And it is every bit as evil as it looks... I love the way these pictures turned out...even from my phone...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mw31 View Post
    That shot looks wicked
    Quote Originally Posted by golfingguy27 View Post
    Yes it does look wicked, and I will be one of the many facing it Saturday and Sunday. I've been stinking up the place on bunnies recently.. at least with this one I will have an excuse!
    Quote Originally Posted by psargeant View Post
    And it is every bit as evil as it looks... I love the way these pictures turned out...even from my phone...
    It's a piece of cake. It's the bunny for crying out loud!!!
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