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10 meter running target mixed

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Number of shots  2x20
Abbreviation  10RTMIX
World Championships  Since 2002
World Championships  Since 1994
Number of shots  2x20
Abbreviation  10RT20MIX

10 metre running target mixed is one of the ISSF shooting events, in which one shoots an airgun at a target that moves sideways. The target is pulled across a two-meter aisle at a range of 10 metres from the firing point. The target is pulled either slow or fast, and it is visible for 5 or 2.5 seconds, respectively. The difference from 10 metre running target is that the slow and the fast runs are fired in a randomized order, that is not known beforehand to the shooter.

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The course of fire is 40 shots, divided into two 20-shot stages, each consisting of exactly 10 slow and 10 fast runs.

World Championships, Men

This event was held in 1994-2009.

World Championships, Men Team

This event was held in 1994-2009.

World Championships, Women

This event was held in 2002-2009.

World Championships, Women Team

This event was held in 2002-2006.

References

10 meter running target mixed Wikipedia


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