If you want sensationalised, take a look at the...
A well thought out post Andy, full of common sense ................who wrote it for you?
(Well done on the rifle win, you put a lot...
Having used about 5 different rifles for HFT over the years, if I was starting again I wouldn't look any further than a Steyr. :cool:
While you're concentrating on head / eye position don't forget to check whether you're canting the rifle.
The last photo has '95' on it, does that refer to 1895?
Only needs a few 'arty' types to get together, then any amount of rubbish is possible.
Thanks Quarry, great setting for a very fair course, shame I couldn't do it justice, thanks for helping me round Bill.
As above, most course setters will know where not to position targets.
Thanks all for the advice and offers of help, I'll drop Mr Woods a line and try and catch up with him at Ford this Sunday.
You may well be right about the latest Steyrs, I wouldn't know, the ones I've seen from a few years ago seem to work well without any fettling, my...
Would prefer closer so I can deliver and collect, but thanks anyway.
My rifle's about 5 years old so could do with a service and the cocking lever roller bearing needs replacing. Does anyone know who could do this...
What absolute rubbish!!!!
Bought my LG110ft five years ago and haven't needed to do a thing to it since it came out of the box..
The title says FT the OP says HFT, get a Walther or Steyr, good for both,
Could be worse. if it was a Metisse it would say 'Milbro' ;)
Get yourself one of these, they do work.
Very generous offer Chris, kudos to you,
Perhaps try one of these, if you've got some time on your hands. :eek::rolleyes::D
Does it say in the rules that you have to use a finger to pull the trigger? :eek::rolleyes::D