Parallax error is a key part of shooting HFT, and for beginners may be one of the biggest causes of dropped points. But you might not even realise you are doing it! There is a solution though, and it doesn’t have to hurt your wallet. Continue reading “Reducing Parallax Error”
If you have ever wondered about bell target shooting and how to have a go, this is how we did it. This post covers how to get started along with a few of the basic rules. Continue reading “Bell Target: An Introduction”
I recently wrote a post about a shoot at Zone HFT (LINK) where I had trouble with my positional shots. This is a quick look at what I was doing wrong and how I have (hopefully) corrected it. Continue reading “Shooting Springers – Supported Standing”
This is the final part of my mini scope series, intended for beginners to HFT. In this post I will be looking at how to set your scope up specifically for HFT. The main theme here will be ‘personal preference’ so apologies if I repeat that lot. I will mention my generic setup, to get you going though.
This post has again been kindly sponsored by In Your Sights. The 10% discount code still applies on everything on their website (including all of the scopes). See the end of the post for the code.
I take quite a bit of pride in being able to strip down all my springers. I know what all the parts do, I can service them and I can put them all back together again. So it can be a bit humbling to miss something as obvious as this….. Continue reading “Shooting Springers – Lesson learnt!”
Most of my shooting is with springers. And so far all of my HFT attempts have been with them. I don’t have anything against PCP’s, they are great tools for the job. But I just prefer the feel and challenge of spring power.
There’s something very satisfying about the thud of a smooth running gun and the little kick you get from it. And having the pellet land where you were pointing gives me much greater sense of achievement than a PCP. This is after all my hobby, so I’ll aim for maximum enjoyment. Continue reading “Shooting Springers”