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Everyone should print/save this post, darn fine thoughts!

Everyone should also get to a match, BR if you must , 10m of Field Target  ( ya field target fun fun) .   I was taught  as a child to shoot with a .22rf with no sight as those were for “fine tuning” , when you could get 5 shot groups inside a 6″ target at 100 yards you were ready to think about fine tuning your aim, EVERYTHING else came first. Scopes were just for snipers & LONG range shooting.
 Another reason I say ( in so many posts for so many reasons) get to a match  –  while folks did indeed post excellent info here ! – is after getting into FT and meeting so many excellent shooters that were such helpful towards bothers and learning a great deal  I ran into “Mick”  he had a FWB 127 with hack saw marks, bondo, fill in blank, .. and a nice BSA Ultra heading the same way, “it has to fit the shooter”, gosh, all these years and I over looked hacksaw’s & bondo, . Mick was right.  You never know who you’ll run into and just how much they will help.  What I could find of Mick The Fuzzy Limeys site:
 
https://web.archive.org/web/20100823124817/http://fuzzylimey.net/fuzzyade.html

https://web.archive.org/web/20100823124711/http://fuzzylimey.net/coachtalk/index.html

 Though reading is good also, Harry’s posts back near 2000 (?) inspired me to try 100 yard airgun shooting of course back then I thought  you would need a airgun with power but it turn’s out a 12fpe .177 is even more fun.

 John

edit for refreshed memory.  We shot 50 yards, the 100 yards I had in mind was the distance3 we “dashed” to replace targets.