Top Hon­ours 2018

Air Gunner - - In The News -

A high­light of the tar­get- shoot­ing sea­son, the 2018 BFTA Grand Prix Se­ries, con­sists of eight rounds that take place through­out the coun­try at some of the finest shoot­ing clubs in the UK. Af­ter a highly com­pet­i­tive spring/sum­mer of shoot­ing, Team Air Arms fin­ished the sea­son in first place po­si­tions in a num­ber of cat­e­gories.

Jack Har­ris led the way with his Air Arms EV2, cap­tur­ing first place in the Open Class, fin­ish­ing with a grand to­tal of 584.74 points. Equally im­pres­sive this year has been Air Arms Springer team mem­ber, John Far­brother who took home the Cham­pi­onship in the spring- gun clas­si­fi­ca­tion. By hit­ting 250 tar­gets through­out the com­pe­ti­tion, John was the clear win­ner with over 25 tar­get hits ahead of the next place po­si­tion.

Air Arms also dom­i­nated the league ta­bles. In League One, the Air Arms A Team fin­ished in 1st place com­bin­ing the scores of Andy Caplin, Jack Har­ris, Dy­lan Varney, Keith Gil­yard and Justin Wood, to reach a grand to­tal of 1698.29. The Air Arms B Team fol­lowed closely in 3rd place with 1613.57 points.

In League Two, the Air Arms D Team took home 1st place as Jonathan Noon, Ian Stod­dart, James Head, Andy Mon­niez and Paula Schofield fin­ished with a to­tal of 1519.10 points.

Air Arms Field Tar­get Cap­tain, James Os­borne is ex­tremely pleased with the team’s per­for­mance: ‘The team have once again show­cased their in­cred­i­ble shoot­ing skills against some of the finest com­peti­tors I’ve seen. The com­pe­ti­tion has been re­ally close, com­ing down to the wire. I am happy to an­nounce that we have taken on the chal­lenge and I couldn’t be prouder of the team and ev­ery­thing they have achieved. I would like to thank Claire West and the Air Arms team for all of their amaz­ing sup­port.’

The Air Arms team just can’t stop win­ning!

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