This is an open question.
As you know we are increasingly foreign shooters who travel to England to participate in some of your competitions.Really we enjoy a lot there!
In the Spanish forum: http://www.airecomprimido.net/portal...ums&file=index
has raised an issue that generally concerns those who plan to attend this competition.
There are shooters who have airguns whose energy is controlled, some electronics and other mechanically. There are Spanish shooters that use the energy of 24.2 J, legal in Spain and to participate in English competitions they regulate their energy to 12ft.lb j = 16.23j.
The effect of changing environmental conditions, temperature, pressure, or simply travel in the hold of a plane (see what happened at the Worlds), energy can be altered unintentionally.
In this situation if an airgun is chronographed during the competition and exceeds the maximum allowed energy of 12ft.lb in a small quantity of energy . What would be the decision of the marshall?.
How can we manage this situation considering that the shooters always act in good faith?.
Thanks in advance for your help