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Old 7th December 2010, 07:52 PM
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Default SFT-Question.

SFT looks interesting.Are these shot alongside FT on a regular basis? I sssume you have to be a BFTA member? I like the idea of a more relaxed HFT style competition. To be honest i never shoot prone as i dont hunt. Much prefer sitting FT style but with hunting scopes and not enormous target scopes lol. Also i beleive you can alter your scope at each peg? Like to try it.
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Old 7th December 2010, 09:15 PM
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There is a SFT class at all the BFTA GPs.

Yes you do have to be a member of a BFTA affilliated club.

When at the GP the person shooting SFT always shoots first so they cannot gain info about the range of the targets.

The max mag scope is 12x

Yes you can adjust your scope for each lane but not for each target (2 in a lane)

It's good fun

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