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Dennisu
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Joined: 7 months ago
Posts: 6
2019-05-23 09:17:36  

Shooters, I'm relatively new to Field Target and need some assistance on which pellet to shoot for Field Target matches. I will be shooting in the open class.  I'm currently shooting a RAW TM1000 that shoots the 13.4's at 809 fps and the 10.34's at 920 fps.  The 13.4's group slightly better at both 28 and 55 yards and seem a bit better in windy conditions.  The 13.4's also need significantly more clicks at longer ranges making ranging more critical.  I have reviewed a number of matches and it would seem that most in the open class competitors are shooting the 10.34's with some shooting the 13.4's.  What pellet would you recommend and why? 

 


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Scotchmo
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Joined: 1 year ago
Posts: 122
2019-05-28 15:31:29  
Posted by: pirellip

...If you're willing to turn in both directions, you can push out your zero distance, which will reduce the number of clicks between 50-55....

Pushing out your "zero distance" will reduce the number of clicks between your "zero" and 50-55, but it will not reduce the number of clicks between 50-55.

If you want to reduce the number of clicks between 50-55, you can increase the scope height or increase the velocity.

For a clicker, the "zero" is simply a label that represents your home position after a shot. Your turret/reticle is adjusted (zeroed?) for every shot, regardless of the apex/apogee distance.


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gingerspop
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Joined: 1 year ago
Posts: 45
2019-05-28 15:48:44  

With zero at 30 or 40 or 50 yards the drop from 50 to 55 is 4.

Range     POI    Range     POI    Range     POI 
(Yard)   (clk)    (Yard)   (clk)    (Yard)   (clk) 
    10      22       10      17       10      11
    15       6       15       2       15      -4
    20       1       20      -3       20     -10
    25      -0       25      -5       25     -11
    30      -0       30      -4       30     -11
    35       2       35      -3       35      -9
    40       4       40      -0       40      -7
    45       7       45       3       45      -4
    50      11       50       7       50      -0
    55      15       55      11       55       4

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