I'm going to try and make it to my first Field Target match (hunter class) later this month. Thing is, I have limited space for practice - basically just the length of my garage, about 25 feet or so. I'm wondering what others in similar circumstances are doing for practice. I'll be using a TX200 in the match, but it is a bit loud to shoot indoors. Do you have a different, ie quieter rifle for practice at home. Or is there a way to quieten the TX200 some. Not sure I'll find a place to plot trajectories before the match either. Oh well ya gotta start somewhere...Steve
I'm in about the same boat. I shoot 3/8" bulls at 10-15 yards, as that is the smallest killzone you will encounter at those ranges.I occasionally go to an indoor range to get out to 25 or 50, but you can't shoot anything in between so it kind of stinks for setting up a gun.A wise shooter mentioned that if you can nail the shots from 10-30, that's at least half and maybe 2/3 the course and makes for a pretty decent score.
I'll be the old guy with the lost look on his face.