Originally Posted by milek
I think sensibility is called for here. In real life if you can't get a clear shot you don't take it. In SARC you are pretty much forced to do so. Foliage in the way doesn't always reflect real life situation, you have the ability to move around some. In SARC you have best part of a yard to adjust. If the majority of shots that would normally be taken prone is subject to two foot of bracken then the shooters will lose interest pretty fast.
I was not having a dig at HFT ,simply stating that in HFT rules 24 of the 30 targets must be able to be shot from the prone position.
as far as shooting around twigs ect .that is not the case,there must be a clear shot at the target from the firing line