Discussion in 'Calender Events' started by NJR 100, Nov 25, 2011.
League 2 - More details to follow
Mendip Shooting Ground
Should be there with littkle Jack and if he is not crocked, Arms dealer. Not sure if any othe rtaffiees fancy the short tour?
Of course witht he amount of mini kills some Swefta shoots have, Little jack will be a few shots down before he starts lol.
Having made the course a tad easier that last year, I may now have to toughen it up a little bit if Little Jack is on the scene, we don't want him to clear it do we (LOL) ...... No, on second thoughts, I don't think he will
Will be nice to see you lads!
Hi Tony, any 15 ml under 10 yards and Jack is chipping the plate
Can anybody tell me what time you can book in and start time
been told 8.30 for shooting.
Thanks Simon if i can get up in time i will see you there
worth the effort as its a tough Ft course and good practise. Plus there is the hft course and the shop + cafe. Be good to have a few more Taffies on tour!
I think last bookking in is 11am?
15mm, we still use 12.7mm in swefta.
.... and out to 25 yards!
Booking desk should be open by 08:00, but no shooting allowed on FT or HFT course until 08:30 but the zero range will be open a little before.
Last time for purchase of score cards is 12:00 midday.
hopefully i wont miss another one for a while i got myself a 50 ft adapter now.
from memory there were not too many mini kills at mendips compared to some swefta grounds. all good practice though.
We would like to thank everyone that came to the SWEFTA - League 2 shoot at MENDIP today, especially our friends from WAFTA that travelled over for a days shooting.
The weather was kind to us with at times some tricky wind conditions to work out Well done to all the winners today, some good shooting lads and SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS TO SIMON EVANS ON THE OVERALL WIN ....... nice shooting Simon.
The score cards will be posted off to Rich early next week, so it will be a few days before the offical results are published, but in the meantime the winners were as follows (together with some scores from my memory!)
1st Simon Evans - 35 ex 40
2nd Steve Franklin - 34
3rd Alec Gibbs - 29
(Little Jack also had a 34, but of course his score don't count in the SWEFTA league)
1st Paul Salmon - 33
2nd Pete James - 31
3rd Tim Clarke - ??
1st Ian Penrose - ??
2nd Graham Noyce - ??
3rd Rod Davis - ??
1st Damian Hewings - ??
2nd Dean Bailey - ??
3rd Roger Beer - ??
1st Rudi Gerlach - ??
2nd Alf Rowe - ??
(only 2 took part in this event)
1st Dave Nash - 71 ex 80
2nd Bill Hartnell - ??
3rd Paul Mills - ??
1st Damian Hewings - ??
2nd Rob Meatyard - ??
3rd Jez Chamberlain - ??
....... Sorry I cant remember all the scores, but I'm pretty sure that the positions are correct!
Thanks again for coming, and I hope you all enjoyed the courses and had a good days shooting.
Thanks Tony, superb day out again at (for me) one of the best swefta grounds.
Just goes to show that with angles, a straight firing line can produce a very trick and interesting course. Cant say i have shot a better straight liner.
Thanks tyo my Team mate Little Jack for the company, top shooting especially that 8 yarder lol. Now just to work on your long Standers!
not forgetting my Tondu team mate Tosh who was giving his Walther a final outing, despite only having 2 hours sleep! Oldest swinger in town lol.
A few snaps of a great day at a great venue.
The chrono in action.
Think all sailed through today and even the welsh liked the idea!
Thanks to Peter for early manning.
Very old but still very good looking shamal
very old but cant say the same about looks!! Happy birthday for this week Jeremy
Shep made a Poor start but made a good recovery.
Billy idol had a good local day out
6 am start meant Two hours sleep. your too old for that Tosh lol
Little Jack shows me how to hit kneelers. but his trousers fitted
Godbear dertects R - l wind as his hair drifts across. Could be worse coul;d have to shoot a Daystate lol
Super photo's Simon, and thanks for your comments ....
I must admit, a great deal of time, effort, planning and construction goes into the layout of the FT couse due to the small amount of land available to us but hopefully there was something for everyone.
Targets were High, Low, Uphill, Downhill, Left, Right, Reducers and Mini-reducers, and every available wind directions covered all go towards making it an interesting and varied course that packs a bit of a punch!
Thanks to Tony and his team ( know you have a small team )
No issues on courses... i believe whistle only went once regarding a split pellet.
Enjoyed the day thx
Thanks for the shoot Tony,had a great day even though the sat nav led us to a farmers field AGAIN..lol.
was it you we followed into the farm yard?
No, that was me Simon, bet the farmer wondered what was going on.