Originally Posted by Waelwulfas
Well it sorts one problem out, after all there's perhaps half a dozen 'disabled' shooters on the circuit, so who'll miss them if they quit. An Austrian bloke had a similar viewpoint once.
Do you really think in the Olympic year that an NSRA affiliated club should be looking at exclusion, what a great advert for our sport.
I've already been advised in writing by the BFTA that this suggestion is not on the agenda, Holly is absolutely right about the legal issues, apparently even private organisations could find exclusion in this day and age very difficult and expensive
Now tin hat ,open fire
Right lets get this sorted out.
Re .Para 1. " so who will miss them if they quit" .You tell me why they should quit. If you have a sitting class what else would you require. The comments made by your Austrian bloke , "Do you really think in the Olympic year that an NSRA affiliated club should be looking at at exclusion in this day and age " Who is being excluded and how.
Re.Para2. If this is not at the agenda for the next meeting ,it wants to get on it sharpish.
With regard to Holly he is not absolutely right and niether are you. You have the answer but you just don't want to accept them. FT is trying to accomodate as much as possible .