HFT Lincs HFT Winter Open Round 3 Results

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  1. Mcdemon

    Mcdemon Active Member

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    Lincs HFT Winter Open Round 3 Results in extremely challenging conditions. Hats off to scores over 50 today!

    All scores on count back


    Open Winners


    Jake Miller 52

    Richard Jones 51

    Ian Howarth 51

    Joff Haigh 50

    Kathy Thompson 49

    Liam Todd 47

    Frank Lloyd 46

    Chris Pantling 46

    Ethan Pantling 46

    Brian Sampson 44

    Gary King 44

    Jim Stimpson 44

    Conner Jones 43

    Mark Carter 43

    Glenn Walsh 43

    Sarah Pantling 43

    Steve Elkington 42

    Rob Bates 41

    Nigel Gill 41

    Iain Spicer 39

    Marie Sharp 38

    Darren Croft’s 38

    Mark Thompson 38

    Leigh Dewis 36

    Alex Platt 34

    Dave Rayner 34

    Julie Stonehouse 33

    Alex Sutcliffe 33

    Ron Elvidge 28

    Faith Sharp 14


    Oddball Class


    Nick Yates 41

    Ton O’Brien 35

    Richard Tinker 34

    Simon Batteye 31

    David Hayes 30
     
  2. Blindmanjake

    Blindmanjake Active Member

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    Thanks lincs. Another cracking course. And there is a place reserved in hell for the person that thought those new targets were a good idea. (NICK) Oh and thanks for ordering that wind.;)
    See you all soon. Take care.
     
  3. Bensile

    Bensile Well-Known Member

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    Wow a tough course and really tough wind what a day.

    Donut city and yes I got one.

    Some got more.

    Loved it guys thanks for a right good day out and thanks for the hat.
     
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  4. frank

    frank Reactive Member

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    Glad you enjoyed it Liam, Days don't come a lot tougher than that,
    If the hat does not bring you the respect you are due try putting a brick in it and smacking them round the ear
     
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    Mark's idea Jake, even I was shocked when he wanted all 5 of them out! Congratulations on another fine win.
    Thanks to all who turned up and braved the wind.
     
  6. bow

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    Enjoyed the shoot today. Hey Nick, not an exstreme but pretty dammed close, with a slight wind. Hehe..
    A poor 43 today. But on reflection, no donuts. And I don't think I missed any by a pellets width,
    Thanks to Rob and Leigh for the company,
    Lincs for the days shoot, and Joe for the grub.
    And the banter from all. To the winners.
    Lucky gits. Hehe.
     
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  7. nick2

    nick2 Active Member

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    Maybe we will have to do an Extreme one day Glen:eek:
     
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    Great shooting today! And brill company, really enjoyed the course and wind !
     
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  9. Blindmanjake

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    Get it done nick. Now that would be fun o_O
     
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  10. Bensile

    Bensile Well-Known Member

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    I must say the brick will not get through to the raptors but it's a working progress.

    Still reflecting on the day and it was a cracking course with no wind it pushed every discipline going. While being sensible. Loved it. The wind was just a added aspect.

    For me still the best course setters in UK. The ladder shot forced me down on the deck. The forced prone donut much to me me battye's enjoyment. Positional well placed but achievable and elevated shots.

    Great. My newly acquired hat is doffed.
     
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  11. frank

    frank Reactive Member

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    Liam I think you have been sold a pig in a poke, Raptors are an intelligent pack hunter known for their social ability to work together for the good of the pack,
    I think you may have a group of Tykeranisaurus-rex, dim but fiercely territorial animals that are untrainable and completely unpredictable, known to turn on each other with no provocation, (are alarm bells ringing)
    They are a banned species under the dangerous animals act so you may have to consider donating them to a sanctuary or having them put down,
    Best of luck and just know your friends at Lincs will stand by you in any decision you feel you have to make.
     
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    Bensile Well-Known Member

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    The revolution and raptors stand for though we may look divided we produce strong.
     

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