I have already spoken to Sparky about a provisional entry !!
If you decide to put in an official or informal team , I'll help as much as possible , & with tips for you guys to practice .
I shoot at Quarry, almost every weekend , and mostly help set up the courses , so I'm begining to see how the devious mind of the master works !!!
Reducers at 10 yards down steep banks in shadows , remember , no adjusting parallax !!!! Try and work out where the 15mm hole is on a well splattered target , like that !!!
20mm kill zone in a dinosaur head high up on the edge of the quarry , miss the kill and you are onto a zero , because there is'nt much to plate on .
This is such a challenge . . . . . Fustrating is'nt the word.
Try and see if you can open this on the Air Arms Owners forum , it'll give you some idea of the creativity of targets.
We were given 2 new ones on sunday , a seagul , and a frog .
Our worst ones for me at the moment are a British Bulldog with a 15mm kill in the naught and a snail with a 15 mm kill in the head .
I've not managed a 2 on either yet , in competition , but easy when plinking afterwards.