NEFTA Hunter @ Anston

Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by paul4be, Jun 15, 2014.

  1. paul4be

    paul4be Why do I bother????????

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    A big thank you to all those who helped to put on the above shoot today. Really enjoyed it, despite killing my scope :(

    Thanks Warren for the company, good shooting mate. Thanks Paula, Zak and the rest of the back room staff who sort the stats etc as well.

    Roll on the next round :)
     
  2. speed

    speed jamie

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    yes thanks to anston for the shoot, it ran like clockwork and all painted ready for 2nd sesh for 11am

    i got some hard shots and missed some easy ones with the springbob
     
  3. perlin

    perlin New Member

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    Thoroughly enjoyed the day, a big thanks to everybody involved.
    John
     
  4. TREV RYN

    TREV RYN Well-Known Member

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    yes thanks for a great day luvs;);) pitty john harper couldn't make it he would of loved it.:D:D:D
     
  5. GTC

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    but at least his dogs ok trev:D
     
  6. Caseyhandby

    Caseyhandby Banned

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    Great shoot really enjoyed it.thanks for the good company pete and duane.
     
  7. gavin hopps

    gavin hopps GP 2015 C GRADE CHAMP

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    Was a great day and a great course.
    Thanks to the anston group, plus for the company calps.
     
  8. Adam

    Adam Active Member

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    Thanks all, enjoyed that one immensely, and thanks to Martz for the company. Very impressed with how the new LGU performed on a course!
     
  9. LANKY MK

    LANKY MK this **** is killing me.

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    Always fun playing at anston, thanks to Paula for the booking in ect and Simon for shouting at everybody :D, thanks to the anston massive for there time & effort.

    Thanks Bri for the company round the course, pity about your springer playing up although it made for an interesting play :).

    Well done to the top shots especially Duane "gorilla hands" grace, doesn't shoot for ages then pops in at the last minute & scores a 59 (although your getting a spanking for missing number 28).

    Oh yes just incase everybody & there dog hasn't heard. .......... Chris "t-rex, splitter, fart pants" Cundey scored 58 but that was with a donut off the concrete slab, if someone can inform the BBC & CNN that would be great :D:D:p.

    Mark
     
  10. fisherman1

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    Full marks to Anston, always put on a good day. Some cracking scores.
    Well done Bri for updating the website so quick...

    Thanks Andy for the company

    Oh and as Mark mentioned ChrisC had a donut (just incase u didn't see his card) :p

    ATB

    Chris
     
  11. TREV RYN

    TREV RYN Well-Known Member

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    is it true chris c got a doughnut on target 29 which was really impossible to get a doughnut on , just a rumour id heard.:D:D
     
  12. Steve Bowers

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    Thanks' to the Anston Lads for a great course, not too many long shots but quite a few nasty reducers ranged for 17 to 24 yards which managed to keep us on our toes.

    Thanks to Dan for the company and I still don't know how you can take the unsupported kneeler and miss the two supported one's ???? Way be you should get the Anston lads to cut a few more trees down.

    Great shooting by all the Kneeling class ( take the peg away and lets see how the prone shooter perform )

    Well done Andy a nice 54 ( without the aid of a post ) And Mr Chaplin ...58.......!!!!!!

    Would be nice to see how the prone shooter do without a post............or maybe increase the post length to 1meter to give the kneelers something to cling to !!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  13. chrisc

    chrisc Lucky git

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    Chuff off:D:D
     
  14. Bri.shep

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    Thanks to all at anston had a good shoot and really enjoyed it
     
  15. Martz

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    Really enjoyed the day and the company, the LGU definitely goes well.

    Thanks to the Anston crew for all the hard work putting out the shoot, it was a really relaxing day :).
     
  16. sneaky rodent

    sneaky rodent top bombing

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    Thanks to the team at anston today for a great shoot really enjoyed it an a big thanks to chris g for the company round the course today!!!

    Is that mister bowers paying me a compliment lol:eek:
     
  17. chrisc

    chrisc Lucky git

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    Have you ever tried to shoot HFT Steve?

    Thanks to Anston for the effort but i would like to be devils advocate and say that the course wasn't really a true HFT course, more of a FT kneel/stand practice course. I will justify that comment by saying that a lot of targets were around the 35 yd mark, only one supported stander, only one supported kneeler, no distance 25mm kills and not many angles......just about perfect for someone good at kneelers or a good recoiling shot.:D
     
  18. Bellerophon

    Bellerophon Active Member

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    To be fair Steve that's a little bit narrow minded statement regards the peg. the same could said that if you took the massive scope away from an FT shooter they'd be buggered with range finding.

    Oh also for the record I'm pretty certain I'd kick your arse with or without a peg :p
     
  19. GTC

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    that 28 wo abit o a bugger though, well for some anyhow:D
     
  20. Caseyhandby

    Caseyhandby Banned

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    You forgot to mention the massive but hook that holds it firmly into their shoulder aswel Kieran:D
     

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