Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by Brian.Samson, May 26, 2014.
Field Target wind simulation game
Here you go - it might have gotten lost during its time
Don't know where my original enquiry went so I'll try again, is there a link to click on to access the game. thanks
got it ,thanks, is it possible to alter elevation?
The short answer to your question is "No"
Please read the very first post on the game - it explains what the game is all about.
Fascinating read. Thanks
Thanks for the game it a bit of fun with good learning experience.
All the best
Good game, thanks for it !
Good game... Thanks...
great game Brian, thanks
Good game! I am addicted.
I have saved some money on pellets the last couple of days.
Brilliant game, I even got the mrs addicted, we have been competing against each other
nice thanks for writing this up.
Why play wind as a game.Come and live on Romney Marsh in Kent.You'll get all the wind you need. Most shooters down here cant
hit a thing if its NOT windy.
I can remember shooting at the Romney Marsh Club back in the naughties. Right on the edge of the sea with lanes cut through acres of brambles. Depending on where you were you'd have zero wind at the gate and 30mph at the target, 30mph at the gate and the same at the target and everything inbetween.
I can distinctly picture a long shot and I've followed the pellet all the way to the kill only to have a vicious wind take it totally clear of the plate and probably only in the last 6'.
3,5 mill dots 30 yrds
Hit the paddle to the right as it was a left side wind.jusr a rattle to the paddle
And did fall.
Still think about that shot as you could see the pellet bend in. But a 3.5 mill dots it looks like some one else had shot the target. Just went through the gap on the right.
Partner said to call.
In the wind and weather that day.
A waste of time
I was just about to ask for some advice, found this, no wonder I have been missing everything now the wind is picking up!
Brilliant fun. Love it.
It's a great game, but how do I know what the wind speed is when I'm outside on a peg. How can I tell if the wind is 15mph or 10mph? Surely there must be tell tail signs to allow the shooter to estimate the wind speed that closer than a guess?