Discussion in '2010 Events' started by maestro, Oct 18, 2010.
A few photos...
looks cold !
It does, glad I stayed at tondu, we had Sunshine and even "heat" from the big Yellow kill in the sky all day!
We had a lot of sunshine, too. Even when aiming at the targets...
mfta far coley winter league 1 2010
some photos from mehttp://sh.digitalvault.bt.com/invite/login?c=636872697370726f3937&i=9bac-12b7d7d7062-gemini04&t=ffe5ac67adf4e0f0&r=mg&lang=en
Nice Pics Chris.
That floating duck Target, I have been thinking along the same lines for the ponds at tondu.
so how is it secured, just the orange ropes? I take it thats how it moved into postion?
What if someone calls it?
Does it move when its windy, or is it only an option in no wind?
Thanks for not posting the pic of me after douoble dinking that easy lane!!!! If my lip had been any lower I would have tripped over it.
Cheers, see you at Castle
It gets tricky when there is enough wind to cause waves on the pond
Luckily it was quite still on Sunday but a similar target a few weeks earlier did cause us lots of problems
As far as I am aware, there is nothing in Bfta rules that states a target "must" be stationary???
I know in 2006 when I did my first Gp upon returning to Ft that a reducer that was on a "branch" at tawd Vale was moving. I hit it, but probably would not have if it had been a still target lol!I could not hld the gun steady for sugar at the time!
u did drop your dummy yes i seen the pain on your face
"us" refered to the people shooting at it and the problem was hitting it
Yes I missed this damned floating Duck on Sunday. On top of costing me joint top spot with Hornet I had to suffer taunts from several poeple doing quack, quack noises. I also got a text picture of a toy duck from one happy Mr Fisher who thought it quite amusing.
Your still my hero