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    In the Gold AndyW's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westbrom_Mark View Post
    I've also made the jump from Gnas to my local Fnas club (Frankley Bowman). What a revelation, friendly atmos with a bit of banter. Unlike my stuffy target club..
    I will try and spot you when next down the school to say Hi.
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    Look forward to it, you can't miss me.

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    Sounds Ominous.
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    Iím shootings both and really enjoying each discipline. Had a major wobble with target but after a fairly decent PB (and a 1st for once), Iím liking both.

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    What a coincidence - full NFAS membership cards just arrived in the post (for me and my son)!
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    First post so Hi all
    Making the move myself from target to field at the moment, spent the last few months shooting an easily moved bag target at the range which has helped no end.
    I'm shooting my compound instinctive, but having tried finger release i've returned to the wrist release, the only pain is that if I shoot an NFAS open I'll be tossed into unlimited, but I'm willing to take that on the chin for the time being (I've got the option of primitive if I feel the need to compete on a more level playing field).

    Staring down a rugby pitch at the same old target day in day out'll send me round the bend eventually, plus I love the spending time in the woods and I think my 7 year old will be more interested in joining me shooting foam animals than he is in straw bosses.

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