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Words of Wisdom please for a HFT Newbie

June 13 2012 at 4:29 PM

James Brinkley  (Login AngliaUSA)
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I've NEVER shot HFT in competition before ... but I will be for the Oregon Western Championships at the end of this month

My scope knob software died on me so I have no way to figure out a click tape and I leave tomorow to begin my 4 week RV tour / Odyssey up the west coast
to Oregon and beyond ... with the whole family in tow ....

anyway my kids are all shooting HFT so I am going to join them and give it a whirl with my Whizzer ....

Mill dots and hold over will be the name of the game for me - even though I am used to clicking and shooting open division
with a big Nikko Diamond Scope ... I'd love to get some words of wisdom from those of you that
regularly shoot HFT

I'm thinking of trying to shoot Prone with a bipod when possible as I am still limber enough to get up and down ....

anyway see ya in Grants Pass -

cont. safe shooting to all

James





 
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