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What is Field target.?
Field Target is an outdoor air gun discipline originated by the National Air Rifle and Pistol Association in the United Kingdom in 1980, but gaining popularity worldwide.
Competitors aim to shoot the small “kill” zone that forms part of a larger metal faceplate. These face plates are…Read More
FFTA Winter League Round 5 Cromer Air Rifle Club
This winter league 2016/17 has so far been a very wet one for us in the Fenlands region and round 5 at Cromer Air Rifle Club was no exception with sleet on arrival but easing off shortly after kick off.
The winds were light from around 5-10mph so making it enough at times to come outside the kill but overall one of the most…Read more
FFTA Winter League Round 4 – Sywell
For once Sywell was a little bit more forgiving as the wind goes, normally you can expect to drop this round from the winter league but not this time for me. There was wind and yes you had to think about it especially on the bank of doom as its known…Read more
FFTA Winter league Round 3 – Lea Valley
Held at Lea Valley Air Gun Club based in Hertford.
Lea Valley can be a very tricky course at times especially if last year is anything to go by when the winds were so strong it made hard work just sitting on the bag.! But conditions for once…Read More
FFTA Winter League Round 2 – MidShires Marksmen
The second round was held at Midshires Marksmen based in Sandy Bedfordshire.
The course planner was David Clark and set out by club members making this one if not the best course we have seen at the club.
On the competition day the weather was not…Read more
The countdown is well underway with most of the teams registered for next years World Field Target Championship 2017 to be held in Wales. Read more
The New BFTA European Champion 2016
Congratulations to Neil Hague.!
What success Neil Hague is having this year taking “The ETL Essex 50 Glassman trophy” on the
28th August 2016, winning the “BFTA Showdown Champion 2016” and now the cream title of “BFTA European Champion 2016“.
Congratulation to Neil Hague for winning the Essex 50 Glass man trophy.!
and commiserations to Helen Carragher after loosing out on a shoot off with Neil Hague for first place.