Originally Posted by RAIDER
Rob, I'm no expert on these thing I'm just going by the pictures on the BFTA site showing to rights and wrongs. I realise it's a very grey ares and to expect everyone to get it righ is near on impossible. When I'm shooting I'm as likely to be doing things wrong and don't know it.
But I take your point.
No worries Jeremy. The sport does need to get marshalling better... but it needs to answer some fundamental questions to progress in my opinion.
Who does it, buddy, line, chief marshall, even observers or shooters standing by from other sessions?
Do we want to separate those who do from those that can't? Or how do we ensure all know the rules and feel empowered & motivated enough to see them applied? And how do we maintain the gentleman's sporting nature of the pastime?