Originally Posted by Conor
There is a picture showing the hand resting in the knee and it clearly indicates this is wrong. I dunno maybe I'm stupid but if there's a picture it's normally better than a thousand words and if the picture has a big red circle around it indicating its incorrect then I would go for that. Obviously the pictures have been authorised by the BFTA.
I suppose it down to everyone to do it in the spirit of the sport. IMO 99% of active FT shooters would agree that resting the lead/support hand on the leg is wrong.
The photographic crib sheet is marked as guidance and therefore it's not relevant. 'Guidance' is very different to 'Rules'.
Si is legal according to the rules.
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