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I see a lot of gear in use in the photos posted..... bi-pods, harnesses and such, will shooting sticks be allowed in all three shooting Division?.....
Short portable chairs?.... Some of us older fellows are in need of new hips or do we just medicate before during and after the shoots..LOL

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Parker_101_ wrote:
I see a lot of gear in use in the photos posted..... bi-pods, harnesses and such, will shooting sticks be allowed in all three shooting Division?.....
Short portable chairs?.... Some of us older fellows are in need of new hips or do we just medicate before during and after the shoots..LOL


In the near future we will likely be able to post the newly revised set of rules. But for now....

In summary:

PCP/Piston Divisions: All of the equipment you listed above is allowed. Seat height is maxed at 18 inches.

PCP/Piston LIMITED Divisions: Seats are limited to 6 inches tall. Bipods, cross sticks, mono-pods, harnesses and straps are NOT allowed.

Hunter Division: Seats up to 18 inches will be allowed. Bipods, cross sticks, mono-pods, harnesses and straps are NOT allowed. BUT, natural support can be used (rocks, down logs, trees at the side of the lane, etc). One can also choose to shoot prone if they wish.


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Thanks for making that clear CJN....

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Looking forward to a complete set of rules for the upcoming season!


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A new web site is under construction and when it is finished, the full rules
will be published there, as well as having a few sets available at the
matches for people to read over and make any changes to their kit that
the rules necessitate.

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i am really looking forward to this


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Keyrigger wrote:
A new web site is under construction and when it is finished, the full rules
will be published there, as well as having a few sets available at the
matches for people to read over and make any changes to their kit that
the rules necessitate.
Excellent to hear! I have been trying to entice my father into FT so we'd have a hobby to share. It has been difficult for me as a complete novice to explain everything to him, so the website will be great.


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