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Old 26th June 2011, 04:39 PM
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Its threads like this that make me wonder somedays whether this is the sport that I want to be in anymore.
If you miss a target , you miss it, thats always been my theory. And before the usual tell me I miss loads, I know and i dont care cos I am enjoying myself.

If this thread keeps going on, I think it will put a lot of people off the sport. What good is this doing?

Bloody Grow up and enjoy the sport for what it is.

PLEASE LOCK THIS before HFT gets a bad name.

Old 26th June 2011, 04:39 PM
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For those who expressed an interest here are some figures from last years 9 UKAHFT rounds :

1588 shooter firing 47,640 shots

92 stoppages with 59 (64%) being called targets

19 (32%) of the called targets were found to be defective.

All this works out at 518 shots per stoppage or 807 shots per called target
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