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    F class bipod and/or rear bag

    OK so my latest project is shooting Fclass

    I've soon come to realise chinese knock offs just don't cut the mustard

    Anybody out there wanting to move on a suitable bipod and/or a rear bag for an agreed cash sum for your next project?

    Thanks in advance

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    Gidday - I only have a couple of thoughts - no gear for sale sorry.

    It's worth defining your goals in F class or it can be a money pit. If you have a serious rifle and want to be in to win matches then you'll need top notch stuff in the plus $800 for a bipod. If you want to shoot "against " yourself and improve your scores, then you can get to shooting possibles at most ranges with a Harris or Atlas type -$300 or a bit less. You'll need good technique and a lot of concentration to do it with the less expensive gear but that's a challenge some people prefer . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tentman View Post
    Gidday - I only have a couple of thoughts - no gear for sale sorry.

    It's worth defining your goals in F class or it can be a money pit. If you have a serious rifle and want to be in to win matches then you'll need top notch stuff in the plus $800 for a bipod. If you want to shoot "against " yourself and improve your scores, then you can get to shooting possibles at most ranges with a Harris or Atlas type -$300 or a bit less. You'll need good technique and a lot of concentration to do it with the less expensive gear but that's a challenge some people prefer . . .
    Thanks @Tentman there are not many things in this shooting game that are not a money pit.

    I'm shooting FO and managing 1moa @ 600yards on my wobbly chinese harris knock off. (which does nothing for my competitive spirit except piss me off with the lack of consistency)

    Just wanting to see if there is anything out there before I go further afield. Much rather help out a member if they want to move stuff on.

    And everybody has a budget mine can be flexible depending on what's available. Just don't tell the finance minister

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    I assume you mean FTR ?

    What attachment type does your rifle have ? swivel stud, pic rail or anchutz rail ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebf View Post
    I assume you mean FTR ?

    What attachment type does your rifle have ? swivel stud, pic rail or anchutz rail ?
    It's an Alu chassis so can take either swivel or pic rail or M-Lok attachments

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    I have an unfilled Protektor 14A bag if that's of any use? Owes me $100

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Claw View Post
    I have an unfilled Protektor 14A bag if that's of any use? Owes me $100

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    Any chance of a pic

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    Yep, here you go

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Claw View Post
    Yep, here you go

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    @The Claw Thanks mate I've done some research and I'll pass on this one. I need one with 3 lines of stitches between the ears.
    Glad I haven't stuffed you around too much as @NZ32 wants it

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    Quote Originally Posted by spada View Post
    @The Claw Thanks mate I've done some research and I'll pass on this one. I need one with 3 lines of stitches between the ears.
    Glad I haven't stuffed you around too much as @NZ32 wants it
    All good mate. @NZ32 it's yours if you want it. Flick me a PM

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Size:  2.50 MBwelcome to try one of these if you come shoot in ashburton f class
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    Quote Originally Posted by blair993 View Post
    Attachment 122286welcome to try one of these if you come shoot in ashburton f class
    I watched you shoot your 168.7 with that last Sunday compared to my 158.2

    What is it and where can I get it from? PM me if you prefer

 

 

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