Allright, I've out of patience and I'm tired of all this government-ish decision making.

Lets just have the competition. Here are the rules:

Any sling, Any Style, Any solid ammo (no shot gunning or chain slinging

).

Distances at 10, 15, and 20 meters (or 11, 16, and 21 yards for Americans

). These closer distances are ideal for those with less room or new slingers.

Standard Balearic target, 1.2 meter (

*4* feet) target with a .5 meter (foot and half) bulls-eye.

http://slinging.org/index.php?page=balearic-sling-competitions---vicente2 points for hit on black, one point for white.

Targets can be painted on a wall, made from carpet, cardboard, netting, whatever you can get your hands on.

5 shots at each distance. (for those with short memories, that's 10, 15, and 20m. 15 shots total)

30 points is a perfect score. No rewards for now besides self satisfaction and being able to see your improvement recorded online.

This will run primarily on the honor system (not everyone has time or access to a video camera). Please have honor and be honest.

You can enter your scores as many times as you'd like but you have to take each session (15 shots, 3 distances) together (as opposed to the best of three sessions).

OR...

Same general rules, any sling, any solid ammo, any style, Balearic target, same scoring.

However, the distance and shot count would be 10 shots at 10 meters and 10 shots at 15 meters.

Perfect score of 40.

It doesn't matter what order you sling at distance wise, but traditionally, you start close and move back.

Who's with me?

First time target slinging in a couple months and I scored a 12 on the first system and a 21 on the second. Personally I thought the second number as a little more self esteem building and we can start with that and work towards the first system once we're all a little better.

Try each and let me know what you think!