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I believe Bisley has changed the F-Class 1000 yrd face size in 2019. What is the size of the new Bull and v-bull please.  

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1 hour ago, Gungrinner said:

I believe Bisley has changed the F-Class 1000 yrd face size in 2019. What is the size of the new Bull and v-bull please.  

Thanks

10” + 5” 

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I'm not aware of any changes to the F class target but I understand the TR bull and V bull may have become smaller, not sure by how much though.  

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1 hour ago, Leeman said:

I'm not aware of any changes to the F class target but I understand the TR bull and V bull may have become smaller, not sure by how much though.  

What the man says 👍

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I think most F class vbulls are 0.5 minute.

800yds is a 5 inch vbull I believe..

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I think you'll find the F-class 5 ring is 1 MOA, and the V is 1/2 MOA, irrespective of distance...............

Pete

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54 minutes ago, Deserttech Europe said:

Sorry the 1moa and .5moa at all ranges is incorrect.

It is often quoted but still wrong.

 

Ewen

Yes we know , nobody said it was ? 
I have posted the very latest ruling regarding target size/ distance from the NRA .

 

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6 hours ago, Deserttech Europe said:

It was posted as this above.

Ahhh I see , that’s because he has no I deer 😁 see what I did there . 

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0.5 MOA V and 1 MOA bull is good enough for me..................................and even better when I hit 'em.

Pete

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So is 800yds vbull 5 inches or is it 0.5 moa ..??

 

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I think I remember reading somewhere that a 600 yard centre was stuck over the 800 and 1000 yard target to make it harder. I am asking because I have downloaded a plot sheet for 1000 yards at Bisley. This shows V as 0.3moa and the 5  0.6moa. Could be all rubbish but i would like to know if the plot sheet is correct.

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5 hours ago, No i deer said:

So is 800yds vbull 5 inches or is it 0.5 moa ..??

 

5” 👍

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As I shoot f class I already knew this 😉😜

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5 hours ago, Deserttech Europe said:

No I Deer.

800. 900. 1000. 1100 or 1200 all have a 5" v bull at Bisley.

I knew 800yds vbull was 5 inches Ewen 😉. TBH I wasn't sure about 1100 or 1200yds but I do now 👍

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I've seen you shoot your fare share of vbulls and bulls No i deer !!

persanally I don't see the value in trying to plot an inch as it were when you're trying to hit that vbul at 600 o 1200 yards just read the wind and take the shot don't hang around getting the shot fired and give the wind a chance to change make your mind up and shoot 

and no I'm not saying don't plot but plotting is a part of it plotting tells you if your load is working etc 

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Not as many as I'd like or I've seen others get..

I'm working on it though 😄

I'm sticking with 1 bullet now instead of experimenting and it's paying off..!!

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As far as i am aware, the 600 F class pin on target for century is slightly smaller over all than a standard NRA 300 target. Stix is  a different target again. I haven't seen anything different about the target faces recently. 

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