i shot with a .22 shooter at anston and we got to a peg that had iron bars obstructing the kill and he really struggled because no matter where he was on the peg his big trajectory meant that he was going to hit the bars which .177 shooters easily missed.
he was a quick shooter all the way round but it took him several minutes to navigate his way round the peg so would it be fair to time him out when all hes doing is trying to get in a position that makes the target possible.
with this in mind i think that the targets would all suddenly become quite bland if timing was introduced because clubs would be scared that they would be slated or get targets pulled for not being easily visible from the peg.
anston and emley were both excellent courses and a lot of thought had been put in to them. this needs to remain and is the reason ive voted NO!