Christchurch FT today

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  1. dimmer0707

    dimmer0707 Member

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    Would just like to say a big thanks to Rob and the guys and girls that helped him to make the shoot such a good day today.Good course great cake and the weather was like being in the carribean:).
    Dont make this ya last one at Christchurch Rob the airgunners in the South need ya;).
    ATB Matt.
     
  2. villiers

    villiers Self appointed antipimp

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    Yes well done to the Chirstchurch crew and that Rob bloke cracking shoot with brill weather ,was good to get out and have a shoot and blow out a few cobwebs.:)
    Kind regards Don:)
     
  3. Ali-C

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    You had cake WITHOUT ME!?!:eek: May you be struck down with something a tad unpleasent but not so nasty you miss saterday...A mild cold should do, just enough so you don't come first, AGAIN!:p
     
  4. richardio123

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    Cgc

    Yep great day....took some cake home, a nice cuppa and nom nom nom!

    Great day for the team Christchurch crew too....


    r
     
  5. AndyIoW

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    Made a change to be dry, just wish I had hit a few more had to many 1 pellet width outside either side of the kill ( for me) due to the wind. One of our team suffered a mechanical failure of his HW77 on the 2nd lane. Used my Ripley shot at 8x and hit 2 less than me:( .

    Did Rob come in with a clear after everyone had left :rolleyes: :D . ? Or did someone else get the highest score.
     
  6. CoolId

    CoolId New Member

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    Rob came joint first with Rich on 37

    I dropped my Daystate on the concrete between lanes 2 and 3 and had to shoot the rest of the course anything up to 2 inches low

    Regards

    Dave
     
  7. RobF

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    Many. many thanks to everyone who came today, and thanks to all that pitched in as well, made it all worth while.

    Dave Godwin also came in with a 37, early on.

    I always seem to get flappy about the course level there, but it seems the CGC wind always comes out and levels it off nicely. The breeze across the whole range was being a right sod, and I think I had heart in mouth for all but one shots, which was one I missed. Doubting 35 yd full size kills in the woods did have me vexxed somewhat... a chosen inside edge could so be the wrong one at any moment. Bit tense when you draw level after dialing the wrong amount of clicks in... ;)

    Shame about your rig Dave... Dan's turret broke 1/2 way around, and Pat's 77 snapped it's cocking linkage as well. Bit of a graveyard, but I think you shot astoundingly well considering.

    I don't understand how the live range was mostly going left, and the woodland range was mostly going right, and how two targets 3 yds apart in thin air can take 1 kill left and 1/8 right.

    Dave, could you give me a call... i've got 4 scorecards missing and i'm not sure if thats people that didn't hand them in, or there are 4 that need looking for. If we can run through the list on the phone it will save emails :)

    See you all at the next one. :D
     
  8. RobF

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    Score below.

    These are the unofficial ones... official ones will be up on CSFTA.co.uk as usual.

    name club number score
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    2 Grade AA
    3
    4 R Chasemore CGC 922 37
    5 R Farnworth CGC 923 37
    6 D Godwin Bisley 32 37
    7 S Forster Bisley 976 35
    8 T Goodall N.Oxon 832 34
    9 S Privett Buccs 880 34
    10 J McDonald Bisley 502 33
    11 C Bedding N.Oxon 447 31
    12 J Woodhead Bisley 60 31
    13 M Kelly Bisley 791 26
    14
    15 Grade A
    16
    17 D Old Bisley 1071 35
    18 S England CGC 461 34
    19 M Woodhead Bisley 59 33
    20 J Wood Bisley 1065 32
    21 D Cooling CGC 760 28
    22 A Winch Carisbrooke 93 22
    23
    24 Grade B
    25
    26 J Saunders N.Oxon 971 32
    27 J Hawes Newbury 449 32
    28 M Edmundson Bisley 1063 32
    29 D Smallbone N.Oxon 775 29
    30 T Roscoe Bisley 733 27
    31 D Privett Buccs 879 25
    32
    33 Grade C
    34
    35 B Musslewhite (nelson?) 50513 29
    36 D England CGC xxx 28
    37 M Dimmer CGC 994 24
    38 H England Buccs xxx 23
    39 G Hawes Newbury 448 22
    40 C Lord CGC xxx 21*
    41 P O'Connell Carisbrooke xxx 20
    42 C Brewer Carisbrooke 990 16
    43 M Read Carisbrooke 106 13


    * Craig shot HFT style so his scores would not be counted in the CSFTA league. But 21 for a juinor doing that is pretty good going!

    The Bonus Bunny was won by Don England, which was a nice turn out considering all the considerable help he has given to the club over the years and the weekend.
     
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  9. Ali-C

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    I'll pop down next time and give y'all a good whoopin. (Or not as the case may...will be :p)
     
  10. RobF

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  11. Abes

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    Sounds like it was a good day, had planned to come up but family visit put paid to that, bugger really as due to work seems Sundays are the only day i get to shoot at the moment
     
  12. berty177

    berty177 Judge Diva

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    It is nice to see Bill Musslewhite at the shoot, he has recently moved from the South Wales area to Haampshire to be closer to family. He is still going to keep his membership at Nelson but join a club down near to where he is living.

    Hes a top bloke and any club that has him as a member wont go far wrong. Glad to see he's been out and about keeping his eye in.....

    Berty
     
  13. loopyloo

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    has he been hired to be a spy :eek:

    so watch out when bill comes a wandering in your region;)

    with the inter regionals coming with what bill witnessed i think people will be running scared of the CSFTA :D


    loopy
     
  14. richardio123

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    yep

    I shot round with him, good bloke and pretty handy with the SFT set up!

    r
     

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