05-01-2020, 05:59 PM
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Mo., Va., Ct..
ok.....finished burning huge stumps and had a hot dog roast on them with the wife in the yard.
here ya go.
Page 30, Section VII, subsection E, point 10.
When firing, the contestant’s feet must be behind the firing mark at 16- yards, or behind the mark for the Handicap yardage assigned to him/ her, depending upon the event being participated in.The contestant must stand with at least one foot on an imaginary line drawn through the center of the trap and continuing through the center of the post, or have one foot on each side of the line. Exceptions to the rule contained in the second sentence of this paragraph may be granted by the referee/ scorer due to inequalities in the shooting platform, and shall be granted for wheelchair contestants.
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