Originally Posted by berty177
After all the good courses you have set up you dont think about the use of varying the angles of targets within lanes to optimise the wind at different angles???
Yes, were space allows i try to make an angle between the two targets in a lane, it helps with avoinding shooting out of sequence for one?
But thats not how i percieve how good a course is.
i like a balance in target ranges more than anything else.
The april 17 Ft memorial shoot has uphill shoots, flat shots and a few with a slight downward slope.
All shot from a flat(ish) shgooting position. (Sorry Chris, just did not like the slopping seating positions at Purley and i was not alone in really finding that the only fault with the day.)
However, at present av lenght of the JT course is just 35 yards, it would be slightly less if you added the standers + kneelers.