Daystate Midlands HFT Series, End Of Season Announcement

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  1. Charlts

    Charlts Getting dusty

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    [xFLOAT=left]http://shooting-the-breeze.com/internal/logos/daystateHFT.jpg[/xFLOAT]Daystate Midlands HFT Series, End Of Season Announcement

    It's been talked about since we got the series off the ground, that we want to give away something special as a thanks for everyone who's attended the shoots, to enjoy themselves and to Daystate for helping get the ball rolling.

    We're pleased to announce that at the final round every score card from this season will go into a bucket for a raffle for a couple of top notch prizes;

    A brand new Daystate MK4is - Which is where all money has gone!

    2011 UKAHFT Season Ticket - Kindly donated by UKAHFT.

    A years membership to Furnace Mill - Kindly donated by Jane at Furnace Mill.

    Thanks to everyone who's attended so far and hopefully this can entice a few new faces to join us all.:)

    Greg, Pad.E and Ryan

    Here's some sneak pics of the rifle.........

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  2. RobF

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    That's one hell of a prize... nice work!
     
  3. Rik ochet

    Rik ochet Its my skunk, I saw it !!

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    I just wanted to say Thanks to everyone involved with this series in it's 1st year.
    I know a lot of hard work has gone into the organisation and set up and the hosting clubs that have made everyone feel welcome.
    Also a thanks to all of the kind sponsors throughout the series and for the kind donations of prizes, for what I will be sad to see the last shoot of what I have found to be a real gem of a Series until next year:D I hope.

    I will beat the Mrs some day :rolleyes:

    Well done to Ryan, Greg and Pad.E as I don't think they get enough credit for the amount of work and free time they put into this.
     
  4. LouiseB

    LouiseB New Member

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    Cracking 1st series Ryan Thanks to everyone involved. Ooo nices prizes :D

    Lou x
     
  5. Chris Coombes

    Chris Coombes The specialist

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    Great work to all involved ,have only been to 2 shoots both fantastic see you all at the Greyhound :D
     
  6. g.l.w

    g.l.w Wonky

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    Bloody hell I new there was a downside..........................:p:p:D:D
     
  7. Weevie

    Weevie Banned

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    Ry, Pad E and Greg deserve a massive amount of credit for getting this going. The Bisley ice creams are on me! :D

    The series has been really good. It's really upped my enjoyment of shooting which was beginning to level off a bit to be honest.

    It's made me look forward to the UKA's even more.

    Very much looking forward to Greyhound!
     
  8. D Martin

    D Martin Non member

    Just to echo what has already been said really, thanks to everyone involved for the hard work and effort getting the Daystate Midlands Hunter series off the ground. It has given me the opertunity to see and shoot at a couple of venues which for me were new and there has been some excellent courses set in this, it's first year.
    Nice also to see, aswell as the usual faces of HFT, some new HFTers giving it a go this year.
    All in all a cracking series and one that I wish all the very best for many years to come:)
    Well done Midland guys;)

    Dave
     
  9. Chris Coombes

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    SHUT IT :D:D:p
     
  10. g.l.w

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    Lol.............:d:d
     
  11. Scooby

    Scooby Pete Dutton

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    The last round might be tricky to get booked into then, if you average the last two rounds of each series there will be 180 shooters plus the extras who come for a chance at the prize.

    Will the first session be 3 per lane or only 2 ???

    Will there be some pre booking as has happened at some of the Southern Hunters ???
     
  12. Charlts

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    Good question Pete, I'll get an answer to it by the end of the week.

    Ryan
     
  13. McMurphy

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    Heck of a prize that, fairplay to Daystate.:)
     
  14. Scooby

    Scooby Pete Dutton

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    Be worth it Ryan as I can't see 100 plus cars getting at the side of the track
     
  15. A458

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    Midland HFT

    As a new HFTer, I have thoroughly enjoyed the various locations that we have been to so far, and judging from what I have heard, I am anticipating a superb finale. I have learned a considerable amount about my techinique, which I am going to use in the future, both in HFT and hunting.

    RYAN, you have been at the forefront of organising this initial league, and must be congratulated on the way this has been achieved: many thanks for all of your good work. I hope you are able to get additional support for next year, which I anticipate is probably already in situ.

    See you Sunday.

    Ian
     

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