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Old 19th May 2012, 04:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Waelwulfas View Post
Difficult to answer, I've got a loft full of old trophies from my "normal days" , Does my shooting a 'normal' stander now give me disadvantage against others?
Simple answer is yes, I shoot better in this position. But then if I had no legs I'd travel better in a wheelchair
than not. Unlike every else I can't compare the two positions from the point of a fully able person.

I am not trying to compare you to another person. Does you using the adapted position give you an advantage compared to you shooting using the "normal" standing position???

BFTA wording does not make comparison in relation to "advantage" being compared to anyone else. You've said that it gives you an advantage compared to if you used the true standing position? If so, surely that goes against current rules
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