BFTA Grand Prix 9: FFTA @ Sywell
Thanks to Graham Taylor for the first two of the shoot... nice to catch up.
Lefty Liz Moy
A shiny FWB 2
Bobby looking for the the wind, i think he found it later
Understated and simple
Rich returning to form
hmm, 1 or 2 kills?.. off plate
there were lots of open mouths around the course
trying to get the range just right gave you the best chance with the wind
Ian on his way to taking C grade for the season
One eye for the scope, another for the wind
Dave pushes for Air Arms
3 Generations of FT
John fought hard
Kev back with the ripper
Alan working the walther
Another capacity shoot
The racks proved entertaining, (eh Rich )
Andrew signals his misses on the last lane
And sets about the next on his way to sealing the championship.
As if you needed to know
Some idea of the breeze...
A quick word from our sponsors...
£4000 in prizes made 180 people forget about their scores on the day
Prizes are prizes, but everyone dreams of that shield
Everyone thanks Napier for supporting us over the year again
A top season all... thanks to all that made it so.
BFTA/NSRA County Coach
CSFTA Chairman/BFTA Rep
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Another great series over, here are some photos that are meant to amuse and never offend to remind us of a great Gp series.
Lets start on the Zero,
where there was no sign in the wind that was going to get through Ozzys coat and blow him away today!
Beauty and the Beast
A Styer day??
Your Maker is always watching over you
The Feild of Dreams, or nightmares??
No truth in that there was any wind today, the flags had just been over starched!
Standers in the high winds!
So what was in that bottle???
The Rules of Shooting in the Wind
He forgot to add "At sywell, aim no where near the plate!"
Time for a chat
At least with the big winds this time we had the Sun.
The Big Money shot
A/ Praying to the wind gods to go away
B/ Awaiting the arrival of................................................ .....
C/ Just been put on the floor with a few more broken bits by a Fat Nelson
Despite the Best efforts of a Fat Welsh Boy to put him out of the Series, the man stood above all overs.
The Middle Bit
If only it was as sheltered as this along the banks!
Team Old Air Arms
Having spotted another fine rifle Here
And then discovering another of our rare family. I think I will start a Vintage Air Arms team for 2010?
The man with the Golden Gun
Tell us how to do it Andy?
Strange Goings on? Despite the Wind Machine not only being set to off, it was unplugged, yet still it howled!
The Easy bit, easy to miss that is
If your the man to see about fixing myEv2 says Tosh, how come you shoot Walther?
Team Walther Spider spotted sneaking about unattended AA team Guns and twidddling
I think he missed?
Reducer under 15 yards, not as easy as it seems
The Man in Black is coming to get you
At last a use for Holly, Goffa. Goffa my camera!
The lesser spotted dancing Sayer
A girlie Chat
A limber up a limber up -Stretch 1, 2 3.
The end of the Line, thank God
At the end of the Day, a chance to chill out and talk about what has been another great Gp series, well done to all concerned and competing.
And while your at it, get your new Grade put on your sleeve shirt
A job well done, thanks chaps
A sporting Chill out
I think this was the award for the ugliest team, well done chaps.