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    Who shoots F-Class?

    Anyone?

    If there are any matches near you or weekend shoots you ought to check them out.

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    OK...I'll bite. What is F Class?
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    700-1400 yard rifle competition.

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    You can probably tell I don't shoot smokeless rifle long range. I did a lot of long range black powder rifle, but never modern stuff with smokeless.
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    You know it's funny, but the guy that I have learned the most from as a long range smokeless rifle shooter is Todd Hodnett, and he was national Cowboy Action Champion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edelweiss View Post
    You know it's funny, but the guy that I have learned the most from as a long range smokeless rifle shooter is Todd Hodnett, and he was national Cowboy Action Champion.
    If you look at different shooting disciplines, I notice alot of the same names pop up.

    I'd like to shoot f-class one day when I have more time and money!

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    It is a giant pit that I throw money into every week.

    I have spent about $6500 in the past 16 months on it since I started. And every couple weeks another $200 worth of bullets, powder, and primer goes into the berm.

    Wife has no idea, so don't tell her!

    What's really crazy is the guys that are winning all the matches probably spend $20,000 a year on it. I have only wore out 3 barrels since I started.

    Quite a few people I shoot with have destroyed $1800-3500 scopes this year.

 

 

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