Field Target (FT) shooting is a popular form of airgun competition worldwide, but many readers may be unfamiliar with this sport. Field Target matches are held outdoors, with multiple targets engaged using a variety of positions: prone, kneeling, sitting, and standing. On a walk-through, multi-stage course, targets are placed at unknown distances from 10 yards to 55 yards. Targets are typically silhouette-style animal shapes, although there is a trend towards simple geometric shapes. Normally, there is a small central “hit zone” on the target; the shot must strike that zone to score — a shot hitting the surrounding faceplate does not count. Targets are shot from open “gates” in a firing line, divided into “lanes” of one to three targets each. Many events have a two-minute time limit to shoot a lane’s two targets.