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Old 10th November 2014, 05:54 PM
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Do you reckon, as a basis Conor/Big Neil's formula is a good starting point :

20% disciplines
20% reducers (35yrds and under)
20% 35-45yrds
20% 45-50yrds
20% 50-55yrds

Extend the distances of positionals, vary the course shooting line so it twists and turns to make use of any slight wisp of wind there might be.

Throw in some angled shots but don't over do them (3 or 4 lanes as a guide)

Include some shots on uneven ground, but again don't overdo them (3 or 4 lanes as a guide)

Throw in some difficult ranging conditions - dark targets, targets with different faceplate colours

Vary the distance of targets in the same lane, try to avoid having both targets at roughly the same distance

Vary the horizontal angle of targets in a lane - don't just have two targets facing you

Include some lanes where you might need to move your beanbag between targets, but not many of these

Add some fun targets with different faceplate designs

Anything else to add to the formula?
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