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Con­sist­ing of eight rounds, the BFTA Grand Prix Series has long been a high­light of the field tar­get shoot­ing sea­son. Tal­ented FT shoot­ers travel the coun­try be­tween April and Au­gust to take part in com­pe­ti­tions set at some of the finest shoot­ing grounds across the UK. Af­ter achiev­ing in­cred­i­ble suc­cess at last year’s World Field Tar­get Cham­pi­onships in Wales, Jack Har­ris was re­warded when he won the cham­pi­onship for a sec­ond year in a row. His amaz­ing tar­get shoot­ing con­tin­ued through­out the spring and sum­mer sea­sons, fin­ish­ing with out­stand­ing scores in each round of the BFTA Grand Prix series. Equipped with the Air Arms EV2 and rep­re­sent­ing the WAFTA shoot­ing re­gion, Jack scored 90.0 – 98.0 in the first six rounds. De­spite Jack’s high scores, it was look­ing to be a photo fin­ish as other com­peti­tors also put on great shoot­ing per­for­mances. How­ever, Jack was able to se­cure the vic­tory af­ter fin­ish­ing rounds seven and eight with 100, which gave him a grand to­tal of 584.74 points. Air Arms Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, Claire West, is in­cred­i­bly proud of Jack.

‘What can you say about Jack? He’s proved time and time again hard work and ded­i­ca­tion pays off. Words can’t de­scribe how proud ev­ery­one here at Air Arms is of him.’

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What a re­sult! Jack is now four times cham­pion, at such a young age.

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