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Old 25th September 2013, 12:29 PM
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Originally Posted by peterh View Post
Rather than developing a new target, what you COULD do is set up two targets - one of them with a larger hit zone than the other, and have the shooter choose which target is going to be shot. The larger one scores 1, the smaller one two points.
Well yes, I understand your point, but my argument is that the (assumed) greater skill of the expert shooter would be rewarded with more points for his more accurate shot, yet still give some fulfilment to a novice shooter who may not be able to consistently hit the smaller target. If we had two seperate targets, then the highest score may not be from the best shot on the day, but rather from someone who had taken a calculated risk, which for me, is one of the downsides of HFT
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