Originally Posted by rich
Isn't it a fundamental tenet that you are only allowed one shot at each target?
True , unless the target is proved faulty and that does not include the string getting caught on a bush or such . the onus is on the shooter to check the string is free before shooting . in the case of a called target . the marshal shall go forward to check the target ALONE . he will then inspect the target and if not seeing any obvious fault , shall tap the kill with a pen or small stick to see if it works properly . if it falls it is a miss . if there is a problem with the target , then it should be replaced and the shooter allowed another shot at that target .??? HOLLY