Thread: BFTA & Kneelers
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Old 17th November 2013, 08:47 PM
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Clarity in the rules is the important thing, people tend to interpret them differently.

Once everyone has the same understanding of the written rule all we need to worry about is how the course designers lay out the kneeling targets. High angles and more so low angles make it very difficult to adopt a 'correct' stance. Also they need to be aware that a lanky git like me may be able to manage that while others may not. If the kneeling position is to be very prescriptive then so should the positions of the targets.

One other little point already mentioned, wearers of very stiff boots could be seen as having an advantage over those who wear trainers, is that a problem? Might dig out my shooting jacket...

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