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Old 04-30-2008, 01:57 PM
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I bought the wrong targets, the NFAA field face 50 cm instead of hunter face. Looking at them though they look about the same just reversed colors. Can someone give me the scoring line measurments for each?

5-x is 5cm
5 is 10cm
4 is 30 cm
3 is 50 cm

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Old 04-30-2008, 06:49 PM
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Mo, I never really measured them befor to be sure, but they are both 50 cm targets, I can tell you the ones you got are harder to shoot a clean score on than the black ones . Sorry, I could not help myself.
The 5X is 1 31/32" and the 5 is 3 15/16" on the black face.
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Old 04-30-2008, 07:33 PM
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They are indeed the same size rings, but the field faces as Sliverflicker said are definitely harder to hold on. [8D]
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I bought the wrong targets, the NFAA field face 50 cm instead of hunter face. Looking at them though they look about the same just reversed colors. Can someone give me the scoring line measurments for each?

5-x is 5cm
5 is 10cm
4 is 30 cm
3 is 50 cm

thank you
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They are indeed the same size rings, but the field faces as Sliverflicker said are definitely harder to hold on. [8D]
Bummer.[8D]LOL
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Old 04-30-2008, 08:46 PM
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Yea I noticed that they are harder to hold on because instead of only two very contrasting colors I have black white then black again. Oh well, my fault.

I shot a 138 by the way. Very hard on my arrows even though i wasn't shooting groups in the x.

I set my target on a bale that was weak on the center of my target and my featehrs would bury into the bale. Only way to get my score was to push them back out. Definately did a number on my fletchings although the flight didn't seem to be bothered. Did break a few nocks and had a few arrow related problems that didn't help my score. Next time I'll be shooting putting the face on my block instead of the crappy bales at the public range.[:@]

Ok enough excuses haha.
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