Originally Posted by stillwater
SARC has a place in the calendar as far as I'm concerned as it is shooting tin chickens which is something we all enjoy
I have shot a few rounds and it can be testing to shoot.
What I will say is
"if you like to see a clear shot through to the target with no obstructions in the way then SARC probably isn't for you".
If however you like to have to think a bit and have to try to find a way to thread your pellet through the undergrowth then you will probably have an enjoyable Sunday morning
Why not give it a go what's the worst that can happen?
Does that mean that there could be a clear line of sight to the target for some shooters but not others? (eg if leaves or grass is being used to obscure a target with no wind, the target could be clear with a breeze?- or vice versa)