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Sarpa Hunter League

SARPA Hunter League Round 2

Funny how we all become closet meteorologists in the run up to a shoot, isn’t it? All of us checking our favourite weather websites, hourly forecasts noted, the chance of rain and low temperatures prepared for, Chairgun checked for 10mph winds, out on the range day before in 10mph winds getting the windage dialled in. But no, come the day of the shoot the sun’s out, there’s no wind, and sweaty balls are on the menu. Anyways enough of this nonsense, we are off to New Kypeside for Round 2 of the SARPA Hunter League. New Kypeside is a small… Keep Reading

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S.I.H.F.T. Round 3

Sunday 15 May saw Swallows Field Target Club hosting the first of two visits that this extremely popular summer series at their grounds just to the East of Brighton. In addition to the regular 5 Sussex HFT clubs, Iden Ferns, Maldon (M.A.D.), and Meon Valley (M.V.A.C.) had also been invited to compete this year as Guest Teams, though M.A.D. had pretty much been conspicuous by their almost complete absence from the previous two rounds. Round 1 at Ford had clashed with the first shoot of the HFT Masters Series at Cambridge (just a few miles up the road from Maldon… Keep Reading

HFT Master Series Round 1 Cambridge

2016 HFT Masters Series – Round 1 – Cambridge

April 10th saw Cambridge HFT Club hosting the first round of the 2016 HFT Masters Series, and with the weather gods playing nicely and providing bright, sunny conditions the assembled shooters were in high spirits and eager to get underway. Having made its well-received debut in 2015, the Masters Series now seems poised to go from strength-to-strength, as evidenced by the number of entrants for Round 1, with over 115 shooters pitching up on the day. For some shooters, including my eldest Liam, this was their first taste of an HFT competition, and the course was set out with that… Keep Reading

Scottish HFT

Scottish HFT Round-up

HFT north of Hadrian’s Wall is really going from strength-to-strength, and CompAir’s John McBam brings you all the very latest goings-on from around the Scottish HFT circuit. Up here in Scotland we have two major leagues, the SARPA Hunter league and the UKAHFT affiliated league (UKAL). The UKAL league has been run for the last two years very successfully by Stuart Webb, and kicks off its third season with a visit to the ground at Cloybank Estates, with the Cloybank Phoenix Club playing host to Round 1. The UKAL is a very hotly contested league, especially as selection for the… Keep Reading

HFT to the Rescue


Faced with declining membership numbers and a need to find a way of breathing new life into one of the longest established shooting clubs in Holland, something needed to be done Keep Reading

Pete Sparks

60 Seconds with…Pete Sparkes

CompAir takes time out with the man behind the UKAHFT National Series and HFT World Championships How long have you been shooting for, and what got you into HFT? About 15 years. I started the UKAHFT after being introduced to an HFT competition, and deciding that I wanted something that ran to a different format. What rifle and scope do you currently use? And how have you got it all set up (e.g. parallax distance, magnification, height of mounts, etc.) I use an Air Arms S500, EB Sniper scope with Sportsmatch medium mounts, running 10x magnification and parallaxed at 23… Keep Reading

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