Cambridge HFT 11/01/15 UKAHFT rules Southern hunters round 5

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  1. regsie

    regsie Member

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    Cambridge HFT are holding an open shoot to UKAHFT Rules on Sunday 11th January Please note this shoot will be a round of the southern hunters so shooting prices will be adjusted accordingly every one is welcome members and visitors alike. There will be a 30 target / 30 peg course held in two adjacent coppiced woods. Sunday 10.30 for safety brief, Zeroing range is open from about 8.30 am to set up.
    More info on southern hunters is available at https://sites.google.com/site/southernhuntersseries/home


    We have a full 45yd zeroing and plinking range with Knockover resettables and paper targets. We are also able to offer three club owned AA S200's for hire (three .177) and an AA S400K (1.77) to those who wish to try hft or fancy a change from spring power.

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    There are Prizes for the winners in all classes.


    Tea and coffee, soft drinks, hot food and more at excellent prices from the catering van. Vegetarian food available please post if you require it.


    Easy to find, either coming down from Cambridge / M11 turn off at Harston junction and head towards Royston. Or coming up from Royston take the Cambridge road. Shepreth is well signposted, head into the village and find the railway station. Then head out of the village over the railway crossing and the club is at Brook Farm - about 400 yds out, on the left. There is a Cambridge HFT sign at the gate. The nearest postcode is SG8 6QD. Drive along to the end of the dirt track to find the club.
    Please keep your speed below 15 mph within the farm and please park in the designated area!
     
  2. regsie

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    Please be aware that the track is very muddy spoke to the farmer today and people are more than welcome to park on concrete at bottom of drive and walk up if they worried about getting stuck we will provide free air refills and have most adaptors but if you have a steyr or walther or something rare we may not have bring your adaptor with you.
    Course is set should be good
     
  3. Charles44

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  4. regsie

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    all that wind today should be nice an dry tomorrow :)
     

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