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Thread: Horsham Winter Series - What format would you like? - Please vote here - Poll

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    Horsham Winter Series - What format would you like? - Please vote here - Poll

    Hi Everyone,

    We at Horsham were thinking through today the format that we should use for our 2018-19 Winter Series. Historically, we have always set 'Hunter Series' courses for each of the four rounds. However, that came in for a little criticism last year, when it seemed that some shooters would have preferred UKAHFT compliant courses. As we want to be 'customer focussed' (in today's parlance) and give our guests what they would like, we thought that we should ask those who have attended our Winter Series in previous years what they want.

    The choices are these.
    • A Winter Hunter course, set out as in previous years
    • A UKAHFT-compliant course
    • A three-positional course utilising 15 targets (45 shots in total).

    Please reply to this thread and let us know what you would prefer. We will then do our very best to respond accordingly.

    Very many thanks,

    Phil

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    Hi Phil,

    My preference would be the UKAHFT compliant course but also enjoy a 3 pos.

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    3 position shoot for me.
    Just not too many 15mm or full range targets.

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    Both ally and myself like the 3 positional option, so that's 2 votes for three positional


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    Horsham

    Ukahft for me phil

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    Never done one before, however the wife and I are considering doing it this year. As we haven't done one before it wouldn't be right to vote, however that said the boss is very much enjoying the UKAHFT stuff at the moment.
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    Ukahft please...
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    UKAHFT for little ole me
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigruss View Post
    ukahft for little ole me
    little!!!!!!
    “To be sure of hitting the target, shoot first, and call whatever you hit the target”

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    You could do one round of each format for the first 3 rounds and then do a draw for the fourth and final round.

    Alternatively you could draw a format at the end of each round.

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    Ukahft for me from a Dad perspective it is less taxing on the juniors. But we would happilyshoot either.

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    Shooting UKAHFT for pretty much the whole of the rest of the calendar, I'd vote for a bit of the other (Winter Rules)

    And as I cannot kneel at mo, deffo NOT the 3P (please)

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    UKAHFT for me too. With 3P a close 2nd.
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    Too much of a good thing is bad for you?

    I'm with Biggles, there is plenty of UKAHFT stuff about, variety is the spice.

    Having shot Horsham last winter I think it was brilliant but not quite winter huntery enough...make it harder.

    I do like 3P too, because I am useless at it

    As always the only shoot that counts is the next one and the only target that counts is the next one, so bring it on


    Whatever the outcome I will be there as Horsham is a great place to shoot and Phil and the crew always put on well organised and challenging courses.
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    Hunter for me!
    Thoroughly enjoyable series.
    Its a tough course but thats the point im with lol and think it should be harder
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