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Tal­ented hunter field target shoot­ers travel the coun­try to bat­tle it out in the highly com­pet­i­tive UKAHFT Na­tional Se­ries. De­spite the in­tense sunshine, the Air Arms HFT Team put on a strong per­for­mance in round two, fin­ish­ing top of the leader board in sev­eral cat­e­gories. The 2018 UKAHFT Na­tional Se­ries con­sists of nine rounds through­out the spring/sum­mer months. Round two and three took place at the Mis­fit HFT Club in Le­ices­ter on Satur­day 23rd June and Sun­day 24th June. Al­though it is still early in the sea­son, fin­ish­ing strongly in the early stages of the com­pe­ti­tion is very im­por­tant. After a long day of first-class target shoot­ing, the Air Arms team were able to se­cure an im­pres­sive col­lec­tion of tro­phies. Stand-out per­for­mances came from Mark Wil­son, who nar­rowly missed out on first place in the Open Class by a sin­gle point. How­ever, his score of 54 was enough to take home se­cond place. Gary Chilling­worth con­tin­ued his in­cred­i­ble shoot­ing in the Re­coil Class and yet again fin­ished with top hon­ours. Fel­low Air Arms shooter, Jason Lock­ett, ended the day in first place of the .22 Class. Clos­ing out the Air Arms HFT team’s im­pres­sive col­lec­tion of wins was Mike Burgess, who took home first place in the Vet­eran Class.

The Air Arms HFT team is off to a great start.

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