Originally Posted by DaveRobinson
Chief marshals decision is final that's the rules an entrant to a competition abides by if the decision is that he can use them so be it if the decision is that he cant use them then if the individual feels that there is a risk to themselves they should not personally attempt to do the positions there is no legal obligation on a chief marshal and the individual is under no pressure to shoot these lanes.
Agreed Dave but the BFTA in the Annexe to rule 10 has offered guidance for those shooters who cannot stand or kneel. Such that the adapted positions have become the default position. Since 2008 disabled shooters have been allowed to use these positions - the Chief Marshal is in no position to deny any shooter these positions. For at least 2 seasons the discipline lanes had a picture of what to do!