Thread: Looking into FT
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Old 4th November 2013, 10:19 AM
5teve L 5teve L is offline
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Originally Posted by holly View Post
What to do .
1/ walk up to the lane and put your rifle on the bean bag .
2/ look up at the clouds to see which way the wind is going in relation to the target .
3/ watch the weenies , bushes , branches for movement .
4/ look at your windicator on the rifle , whilst standing .
5/ pick up the strings , pull em tight and release em in order of shooting .
6/ watch the strings as they release and fly upwards slightly for wind drift .
7/ sit down on the bag at 45 degrees to the target .
8/ check for obstacles / branches / leaves in the way .
9/ estimate the range to target and set scope ( good practice for the showdown )
10/knock the b------y thing over .
11/ stand up and gloat at getting it .

Get into a pattern mate . once you go into your pre shot program you are in the zone . do not hear anything cept the whistle /hooter for a stoppage .

when the other bloke sits down , try to put him off with smutty jokes and down right lies about the wind .
cliffy told me to say that .
Haha, some top advice there Holly, many thanks !
Seriously though, before trying FT I thought it was going to be a piece of **** as I do HFT, how wrong was I
Still loving it though & looking forward to ETL next week, must find myself a club next...
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