How to adjust the Eyepiece
USA added to the postal suspension list – Important notice regarding shipment of repaired scopes
Miraculous story from “SSAA Fly Nationals 2020 & BRT Federal Cup” in Australia
Shooting 4150m / 2.58 Miles with March Genesis 6-60×56 – Project on French TV
More countries added – Important notice from Japan Post on Suspension of International Shipment
Important notice from Japan Post on Suspension of International Shipment
New March FFP 5-42×56 High Master FML-TR1 preliminary review – by Bill Meyer
The youngest March Scope Owner, Rohan Barlow (Australia) came 2nd in the Australian Capital Territory Queen’s event.
Congratulations to the youngest March Scope Owner, Rohan Barlow (Australia, Age 12 at 2019 present) from Queensland
coming 2nd at the Australian Capital Territory Queen’s event in F-TR.
Rohan and his father Daryl are selected for the Australian National team as well.
Rohan’s father Daryl (in the right picture above) has a shooting experience spanning more than 40 years and
he has been involved in long range shooting, especially F-TR and F standard, at the National and International levels for over 10 years.
He has placed well in World’s Championship and has won numerous gold medals in long range shooting competitions.
Below are their Gun components and Gears.
Gun Components, Gears
|Rohan (Son)||Daryl (Father)|
|Pierce Titanium action||Stollie Panda|
|Pierce carbon fiber stock||Kelby Stock|
|RAD system fitted||RAD system fitted|
|Brix N Andy trigger||Jewell trigger|
|Seb Joypod and rear bag||Phoenix Bipod|
|Madco 1 in 10 Barrel||Madco 1 in 10 Barrel|
|March 8-80x Scope||High Master March 10-60x Scope|
Caliber & Load
.308 Winchester (Palma cases (small primer))
30 Cal 185gr Berger Hybrid Target Bullets, 2850 FPS
Depending on the wind 30 Cal 200 gr Hybrid Target Bullets, 2800 FPS
Father and son have been practicing really hard for this Canberra Queen’s in November
so we are very excited to be able to witness Rohan’s amazing result !
They will be shooting in 2021 World Championship held in South Africa as selected members of national team.
Written by : Mari Morita