Hopkins Concrete shows support for farmers FITASC
However, as it attracts the best shooters in the country, it can get very competitive and create barriers for lesser skilled game shooters to get involved. While taking part in one of Graham Brown’s CPSA registered FITASC shoots at Purbeck Shooting Club, Richard Pike pledged to open the sport up to enable shooters of all abilities to take part in FITASC and created a special classification system to help them see how they improved their skills.
Hopkins, working so closely as we do with farmers in the region, were excited to get involved. Rob Allen, Hopkins Director said: “We recently took part in one of Richard’s FITASC and thoroughly enjoyed it. We were also very impressed with the organisation of the event and wanted to put our support to ensuring they continue. We will be giving out a prize of 250 cartridges prize draw and 250 cartridges for the most improved player on the day against their average.”