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Old 12-15-2015, 10:07 PM   #16
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The subject has changed a bit from the OP....but it would seem logical for ROAR to align the rules with IFMAR. If I recall, the minimum weight in international competition is 1480gr or so.
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The subject has changed a bit from the OP....but it would seem logical for ROAR to align the rules with IFMAR. If I recall, the minimum weight in international competition is 1480gr or so.
52 oz, or 1474.18 grams. Technically
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52 oz, or 1474.18 grams. Technically
am i wrong for thinking it's weird that ROAR uses grams and IFMAR uses ounces?
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