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PostPosted: Tue Jun 04, 2019 7:49 am 
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The Canadian Nationals is next month!

We'll be following the same format as last year, Friday is target setup and sight in, Saturday is a 60 shot course followed by a dinner. Sunday another 60 shot course, followed by sandwiches delivered to the club and then awards and door prizes.

All of you who attended last year will remember the amazing prize table filled with awesome stuff from Airgun Source and Airgun Archery Fun.

I need to book the restaurant for Saturday night, and order the food for Sunday, so I need to know who's coming, please let me know as soon as you can!

Registration Fee is $80.00 per Competitor
Guest meals on Saturday will be $15 and $7.00 on Sunday

Friday, July 19th
Morning: Lane Maintenance ***we need help with this, if you're able to lend a hand, please let me know!***
- Late Morning: Target Setup
- Afternoon till Dusk: The sight in range will be open in the afternoon and early evening

Saturday, July 120th
- The sight in range will open at 7:30 AM
- All guns will be chrony tested during the sight-in time
- If unregistered, register for the match before 9:30AM
- Shooters meeting at 9:45 AM
- Match starts at 10:00 AM
- Shooters will complete five lanes (30 shots)
- Shooters will take a mandatory short break to fill guns or use the washroom
- Shooters will complete the remaining five lanes (30 shots)
- Scores for the day will be tallied and posted
- A meal will be supplied right after the match at approximately 2:00 - 3:00PM at a local restaurant.

Sunday, July 21th
- The sight in range will open at 7:30 AM
- Shooters meeting at 9:45 AM
- Match starts at 10:00 AM
- Shooters will complete five lanes (30 shots)
- Shooters will take a mandatory short break to fill guns or use the washroom
- Shooters will complete the remaining five lanes (30 shots)
- Scores for the day will be tallied and if necessary, shoot offs will be held to determine the winners of each category
- A meal (Subway sandwiches) will be supplied following the match and shoot offs
- Awards Ceremony will be held immediately following the meal
- The Door Prize draw will be held following the awards, during coffee and dessert

Important Notes regarding the Match
- Timers will be used on all lanes The timer format will consist of 60 seconds of ‘preparation time’ once you address the first target (when your bum hits the bag, or you shoulder your rifle for standing shots or kneel down for kneeling shots, plus 60 seconds for each target. Thus a 3 target lane allows for 7 minutes.

- A maximum 20 ft/lb limit with the pellet you are using will be enforced in Open and Hunter Divisions

- A maximum 12 ft/lb limit with the pellet you are using will be enforced in WFTF Divisions

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Hi Tom

I try to find more info for this event. Not because I will be a competitor but just to be there.

Where can I find the related info?

Thank you


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kayakee wrote:
Hi Tom

I try to find more info for this event. Not because I will be a competitor but just to be there.

Where can I find the related info?

Thank you


What would you like to know? It's at the Port Colborne Conservation Club, Latitude & Longitude Coordinates 42.910234,-79.157782

It's unlike most other 'competitions' in that we're all VERY friendly, and the atmosphere is very welcoming and helpful - you really should consider shooting. Some of us camp out at the club for the Friday and Saturday night too, so no need to rent a hotel!

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Thank you Tom for the coordinate.

Not sure yet if I will be around during my summer vacation. If this is the case, I will spend few hours to watch the competitition


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