DSC 1 question?

lksopener1

Well-Known Member
Hi all,

hoping someone might be able to answer on the new DSC1 shooting test I am aware of the requirements for the dispatch shot and 100m shot off bipod/bags.

Can the 70m shot be taken off sticks?

many thanks in advance.
 

willie_gunn

Well-Known Member
This from the DMQ website:


Shooting. The details for the shooting assessment are as follows.

2 shots into the chest killing area of a DMQ deer target from 100m. The shooting position is prone or from a simulated highseat (if available) normal stalking aids such as rucksack or bipod may be used.

2 shots into the chest killing area of a DMQ deer target from 70m. The shooting position may be standing, kneeling, or sitting. sitting or kneeling. As before, normal aids such as bipods or sticks may be used.

2 shots into the humane despatch (head) killing area of a deer target from 10 -20m. The shooting position is standing, and sticks may be used. Please note the range for this discipline may vary due to individual range requirements. Shooting safety glasses must be worn when taking this discipline.

 

lksopener1

Well-Known Member
This from the DMQ website:


Shooting. The details for the shooting assessment are as follows.

2 shots into the chest killing area of a DMQ deer target from 100m. The shooting position is prone or from a simulated highseat (if available) normal stalking aids such as rucksack or bipod may be used.

2 shots into the chest killing area of a DMQ deer target from 70m. The shooting position may be standing, kneeling, or sitting. sitting or kneeling. As before, normal aids such as bipods or sticks may be used.

2 shots into the humane despatch (head) killing area of a deer target from 10 -20m. The shooting position is standing, and sticks may be used. Please note the range for this discipline may vary due to individual range requirements. Shooting safety glasses must be worn when taking this discipline.

Perfect thank you.
 

HeathStalker

Active Member
Hi iksopener1, I have recently completed by DSC1 with DS and can confirm you are able to use sticks at all ranges (well that was our experience!). Good luck.
 
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