At our nefta meeting clubs voted for the disabled class and our regions rep should have put it to the bfta for discussion why this did not happen i do not know. Also tried the alternate positions very stable you could shoot a pygmy shrews left testicle off at 45 yards, massive advantage. In the bfta we have different classes for a reason, if new shooters or people with not an high skill level join we dont exclude them they go into the B and C class so whats the difference with someone who finds they can no longer do the discipline shots through ill health whats wrong with going into the all sitting class. When the day comes where hand shakes are exchanged and the trophy lifted for the worlds or euros by a shooter who took all there shots sitting theres no way you can change the rules then. All i can ask is look at the bigger picture and for the good of the sport act soon.