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CLUB EXECUTIVE OFFICERS

President: Dennis Manson
Vice-President: John Bechtel
2nd Vice-President: Mike Rutchka
Treasurer: David Devine
Secretary: Carly Anderson

CLUB APPOINTED OFFICERS

Rangemaster: Bryan Cobb
Asst. Rangemaster: Dennis Manson
Chief RSO: Dennis Manson

MATCH DIRECTORS

HP Matches: David Devine
VM Matches: David Devine
2 Gun Matches: Cat Smallwood 
Field Target: Gerald Long

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FIELD TARGET AIR RIFLE PROGRAM

Questions about Field Target Air Rifle?? Contact Match Director: Gerald Long

GRAND PRIX WEEKEND 2022 IS HERE!!!

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LOCATION: 3668 Fleming Graham Rd., Burlington, NC

RULES

The 2018 American Airgun Field Target Association (AAFTA) rules will be followed for Open, Hunter and WFTF.

SAFETY

Eye protection is required for all shooters at all times as well as spectators when in proximity of the firing line.

IT IS MANDATORY THAT YOUR AIR GUN HAS AN EMPTY BREECH INDICATOR AT THIS RANGE. This will be enforced, especially when guns are carried in totes.

For additional information contact Gerald Long: gerald@ccgci.org

FIELD TARGET BACKGROUND

Field Target (FT) is a precision shooting discipline utilizing air rifles and was originally intended to simulate small game hunting. The first FT match was held in the UK around 1980. Since then, the sport has grown into a precision shooting event with highly specialized rifles and equipment. In FT competition the objective is to hit a small “kill” zone hole in the target face plate that typically resembles a small animal. A successful shot strikes a metal paddle and tips the target face plate backwards indicating a hit. Targets are reset by pulling a string from the shooting position.

A FT match generally consists of 60 shots (2 shots on 30 targets), placed at unspecified distances between 10 and 55 yards from the firing line. Generally, targets are placed at or near ground level, but more challenging FT courses have targets elevated high above the shooting position or down steep slopes. FT competitions adhere to a set of rules that cover safety, shooting positions and equipment restrictions. The US governing body for FT is the American Airgun Field Target Association, AAFTA, and these rules are published in their Handbook (www.AAFTA.org).

Hunter Class

See Page 26 of AAFTA handbook.

Open Class

See Page 25 of AAFTA handbook. 

World Field Target Federation (WFTF)

See page 28 of AAFTA handbook.

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