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Getting Started in F-Class Competition

NRA formally recognized F-Class in 2005, when it was included in the NRA High Power Rifle rules.

Rifle Fundamentals: Your First Shooting Position

As soon as you can handle a rifle safely, you are ready to learn how to shoot it. Once you learn the fundamentals, you can use them in any shooting position

Rifle Fundamentals: Aiming

Choosing the proper sights, eye relief, sight alignment, sight picture, using your eyes in aiming and more

Rifle Fundamentals: Breath and Hold Control

Learn how to hold your rifle perfectly still while you aim at the target with proper breath control and hold control

Rifle Fundamentals: Trigger Control

Keeping your rifle steady and controlling the trigger requires a smooth motion, correct hand position and one great hold

Rifle Fundamentals: Shooting and Follow-Through

Follow-through is when you maintain aim, breath control, hold control and trigger control until after the shot has been fired and the gun has settled back into position

Rifle Fundamentals: Sight Adjustment

Adjust the sights on your rifle so that your shot group are centered on the target. Including a handy table for sight changes with a BB Gun, Air Rifle or Smallbore Rifle with common paper targets

Our Guide To Follow-Through

Proper pistol follow-through, as well as good recoil control, combine to allow a shooter to fire several accurate shots in rapid succession.

Our Top 5 Tips To Master Standing Position

Learning to shoot standing is like learning to play a musical instrument. You can't play a beautiful song after your first lesson. Your rifle training is not complete until you develop a good standing position and correctly perform each of the fundamentals of firing the shot.

Improving The Standing Position

Here are five tips to improve your standing position scores in air rifle and smallbore.

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