I think it's mathmatically impossible...

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  1. RobF

    RobF Administrator Staff Member

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    For John Costello to be beaten in the BFTA GP Series.

    I think that even if anyone puts in another two wins, and John doesn't improve on his lowest score which is a 10th equal place, he still is 2 points clear of whoever could do that...

    Nice work John (assuming i'm correct ;))
     
  2. scutter

    scutter Aspiring to mediocrity

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    How about if you have him killed?
     
  3. Big Dave

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    He'll still win but won't be able to collet his trophy.:D
     
  4. Neil

    Neil MFTA Winter League Champion 2011 and winner of som

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    I've just spent the last 45 minutes working that out as well, wish I hadn't bothered now, could have just read it on here!
     
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    91 targets b4 he missed 1 thats some shooting in ft no missed ( 12) standers out to 45 yards,probaly the nearist back to back clearance we will ever c:):):)
     
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    Conor Never been banned from sales Staff Member

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    if memory serves me correct James Osbourne last season had a 49 and 50 back to back GP 3 & 4 I think, not taking anything away from young John's achievement though, well done and congrats!:)
     
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    thats right but james never cleared the first 1 so its not back to back,wow still wicked shooting
     
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    Shaun Moderator Staff Member

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    I've pasted all the data into a spreadsheet Rob and I agree. The shooter who can score the highest is Berty with 282.
    Well done John :)
     
  9. CharlieM

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    .....but is it not supposed to be awarded to the most hits, not points hence the overall title should not be exclusive to AA.

    I've never been sure on this and cautious to mention it based on last years award.
     
  10. RobF

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    It's done on points, but I remember asking when a certain springer was romping it, and I was told it would be awarded to the most amount of hits converted, but worked out so if someone was close their grade would not be a consideration... make sense?
     
  11. CharlieM

    CharlieM Spring Time

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    Perfect sense :cool:
     
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    I suppose we should also say well done to Air Arms for the team win of the year.... grrr :D
     
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    To be fair to you guys had you got a full squad at all the shoots their wouldn't have been a deal of points between us but we would have looked better with the support of uncle Bill, maybe you should get some airarms team photo's and send them to the likes of walther and steyr saying "wot about us getting some support for promoting your guns", a little recognition would be nice for your guys. steve
     
  14. RobF

    RobF Administrator Staff Member

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    Yep, I'm on that :D (got a couple of avenues to play with now thanks to Pete Sparks, and our hopefully soon to be confirmed EFTA sponsor :))

    Main concern at the moment is getting us looking Gucci for the Worlds :D
     
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    berty177 Judge Diva

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    Rob....


    We spoke about this some time ago fella. If Walther even helped out with some sort of clothing would be nice.

    We spoke in depth last year in SA Rob about getting sum support for the team etc.

    It is hard to try and sort when you work long hours etc, but Walther have sold alot of guns of late so should at least be able to help somewhere?????


    Berty
     
  16. RobF

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    don't worry, there's a couple of lines to follow up now ;)
     

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