Old 14th December 2009, 10:06 AM
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Default MFTA WL6 Cross Guns 13.12.2009

Hi All,

sorry but this time Ági was shooting too, so we have only a few photos.

These are our photos about our whole weekend: training at Furnace Mill with Phil T,shooting the club competition with the Millride guys, and finally the WL at Cross Guns. Ági was shooting with Mr. O's Steyr (Thank you so much! ), with some minor modifications (whole butt pad removed to make it short enough for her) and was a bit strange to shoot with it left-handed, but she was 'fighting like a lioness', and she enjoyed it a lot.

I was testing my brand new modification on the P70KPB's stock and I think it was successful. The competition was a bit windy but not as much as last time at Harriers. The last lanes on the open field were tricky, I think that's what Jon was talking about before... I appreciate the skills of the lane builders to squeeze so many good lanes in such a small place. Maybe that stander far away in the field was not the best idea although I could manage it, but there was an invisible kneeler that I couldn't find and unfortunately shot another target instead :-(

Big-big thank you to the organizers and to Tony, we had a great time at Cross Guns!

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Old 14th December 2009, 06:59 PM
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Sorry I missed you & Aggi this time mate. Congratulations, I hear you both had successful shoots!
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Nice piccies Andras, it seems i shot round with Agi the photographer.

Yeah you shot my target, perhaps you would have finished 1 down, thanks for the competition great shooting.
Dont know if this counts as a first win for S&B there was some big names yesterday.
No doubt you will be back in January you are welcome anytime at Millride.
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Nice... looks like typical midlands weather (it doesn't get much better in the summer )
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Sorry I missed this one too, nice to see some photos though.

Well done Andras and Agi, I can't believe the standard Steyr was too long for Agi! Still she shot it better than I ever could
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