Well done, a lot of hard work gone in to the site. The sun burnt my ears and the course kicked my arse. I'll be back.
Just like to say thank you very much for the opportunity to challenge myself and discover how much I have learnt and how little I know. As always it was a really great day and I look forward to the next meeting to try again, learn some more and have a few good laughs.
Thank you to every person who was there.
was she standing as always ?
Does she do 10m shooting ?
she's busy proving that there's more to the game than the gun you have, there's skill, concertration and consistency ! I've she's given proper FT training and a dedicated FT gun she will show all of us a thing or two !!!
Watch out boys, cause in the future there will be FT shooting clynics ....
Yes, mostly standing as she prefers. She wants to shoot 10m deperately but she also doesn't want to stop shooting FT, hunt etc. 200s is too strong for 10m and I haven't got money for a 200 t now. Also she is in matric and I don't know if she will be still be shooting next year. (You know women) I'm trying to get her school to start shooting 10m again but money is the problem and they don't have a dedicated teacher to coatch the pupils.
My daughter has experienced the same problem at her school. There are a lot of kids (girls as well) who are interested, but the problem is a dedicated teacher. The kids even use their own rifles and cart them to school and back on practise days. The teacher just don't pitch up or announce that he is not available for shooting practice, which demotivates the kids a lot. Also, I have found out that the teacher is not really interested in shooting, and there lies the itch. My daughter has now decided to drop the shooting in favour of something else. It is really a sorry state of affairs, but how do you rectify it? I am sure there are parents with the necessary knowledge and inclination, but how do you juggle the work situation if you are not self-employed? Even then there are priorities....