*} Bisley Field Target Organisation

General Announcements:

The BFTO have a members email list is used to send out reminders and announcements if you do not receive these emails please sign up.  The quickest and most accurate way of getting on the list is to click here, fill in the form, reply to the confirmation email, and that's it, job done. 


If you are already on the list it will tell you. The subscribe link can also be used to update the email address we have on record. 

Please note that whilst the wearing of your club I.D. is expected when on club property, it is however NOT compulsory to wear it when shooting as it can be a hazard when tangled with your rifle and therefore dangerous. So please, when not wearing your I.D., keep it in a pocket or close to hand should you be asked for it. 

 


 

 

 

LATEST NEWS

 


 

April 2017

 

Bisley Teams in Winter League Action

I know that winter is hopefully over and done with for this year, but better late than never (!) recognition is due to the Bisley members who competed over the winter months to represent themselves and Bisley as a club in both FT and HFT disciplines in the CSFTA Winter Leagues.

The FT winter league ran from Early October through to the end of February encompassing 9 rounds visiting clubs in the region to compete in the CSFTA FT Winter league. After the final round in February, the 2 Bisley teams finished 4th and 8th out of 10 teams.

Our very own Justin Wood finished 2nd overall in the individual rankings with Ashley Holloway being the next Bisley shooter finishing in 7th place out of 40 qualifying shooters.

There was a final end of season shoot held at Basingstoke which was won by Cliff Church and never far away from the trophies was Justin Wood in third.

The HFT winter league ran from October to March also, with Bisley entering 2 teams, one in Division 1 and one in Division 2.

As always with HFT, it was muddy but good fun. The teams competed over 7 rounds with the division 1 team finishing 3rd overall behind North Oxon 1 and Wendover 1. The highest placed Bisley Shooters in division 1 were Glen Breadmore and Tim Offen who both finished with a total of 445points. The overall individual winner Dominic Taylor of Wendover finished on 452.

In division 2 the team finished in 6th place with the highest placed Bisley shooter being our rising star, George Danvers.

As always a big thank you to all Bisley shooters who represented their club in the Winter League competitions.

FT winter league score here:  http://www.csfta.co.uk/index.php/results/90-2016-17-ft-winter-league-results

HFT Winter league scores here:  http://noftc.club/Results/2016-17-CSFTA-HFT-Winter-League

Below are pictures of the HFT division 1 team and the team captain, Paul Hargreaves, receiving the Division 1 third place team trophy.

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BFTO AGM - 25th January 2017

The London and Middlesex Rifle Club was host to the 2017 BFTO AGM. 

During the evening we said a fond farewell to Roy Pullinger who after six years has stepped down as Chairman. Roy stated that it was time for him to concentrate on actually shooting at the club rather than running it.

The new Committee can now bee seen on the Officers page - we will be updating this shortly to include pictures of everyone.

Below are a few images from the AGM including awards.

 

January 2017

BFTO Website

Welcome to the new BFTO website - if you would like to contribute with articles on any of the disciplines shot at the club or contribute pictures or any other content that you feel be of benefit  to other members please email webmaster@bfto.org.uk