Originally Posted by HotShot
1 - removes the problem of the first group going round having clean targets on every lane and always seeing their his / misses.
2 - Queing in the rain.
3 - New shooters not having partners and struggling to find someone to shoot with.
no 1. in Wafta there is no start time it seems, but if its at tondu and we say 9am start, no one gets on before that.
2- rain and queing do not mix lol, come to that rain and shooting dont go well together for me.
no 3, i have found the change in shooting Swefta to work well this year.
Swefta have a rule that a shooter can not shoot with a club mate or the same shooter twice.
(unless no other option)
This takes away the "mate" shooting situation, the sort of thing where "people" notice a certain pair always shoot well together!
Anyway, what it does do well, is get more people to know each other, which as I said I have found great this year, my first in Swefta.
It does of course also help new people make friends in the sport.