Here's the picture from the firing line to the target bank at 1,000 yards. We had a gorgeous day out at Cuyama with 4, F class (scope and bipod) shooters and 3 sling shooters. Two of the F class shooters were shooting their first match, one with a 6BR and the other with a 308.Conditions were great early in the morning with 5 mph winds either from our back or right to left. You had to watch that little shift though as it would screw with your windage and elevation at the same time. I shot the 6.5x284 and in the first relay shot a 192 - 6X (eight 9s) most of the 9s were to the right and high when the wind shifted behind us. The second relay saw a little stronger breezes, still pretty mild just not stable. The breezes shifted 180 degrees and blew from left to right or absolutely dead still. It was just enough wind so that if it died during your shot it would leave you about 10 inches to the left of the bull.I picked up three 8s during the second relay (the edge of the 8 ring is 10" from the center of the X ring on the F class target) and wound up with a 187 with 5Xs, (aggregate 379 with 11Xs)With conditions like these this would have been the perfect match for a new shooter. There won't be a match in May as it's the club's annual workday but June will be another 2 by 20 round 1,000 yard match.