I was Chief marshal on the day.
As to the shooter involved i have seen his medical documents that support his claims.If you think i'm going to put myself up for being taken to court for discrimination you have another thing coming. You cant put that on a chief marshal just because the the rules in the BFTA say you can!!!
The problem is not with the shooter but the BFTA rules.
I love this sport i have been competing for 17 years now when i started the rules said you sat you stood and you knelt that was it. The rules got changed to accommodate people with difficulties, in my opinion it should not have happened, now we have made a president and in the eyes of the law can not be changed not without possible prosecution for discrimination.
Their is one option and it may have to come to that but only the the meeting with the NSRA will verify this.
Todd (Craig Todd)