Results of International Polish HFT Championships 2023
Shooting long distance with Western Airguns Bushpig 45 & March Genesis 6-60×56 Scope by PATAGONIA AIRGUNS CHILE
Congratulations to Danny Kelly for winning in the North Qld Kings prize Championship (Australia)!
Congratulations Jonathan Laître to be the winner of the 140th Quebec Provincial Championship, F-TR (Canada)
Below is a repost from March Scopes Canada. “We are delighted to share the news that March Scopes Canada®’s sponsee, Jonathan Laître, is the 2022 F-TR Champion of the 140th Quebec Provincial Championship, one of the most traditional championships in Canada.
Thank you, Jonathan, for your words: “I feel important to mention the contribution from March Scopes Canada to my personal success. March represents the absolute best craftsmanship and design available to shooters on the market. I remember when I got my 1st March a couple years ago….and still run it. In fact I won the provincials with [an older] scope that had been in use for 9 years and still works perfectly. Man did this scope’s been “busy” lol. I’ve looked and tried a couple friend’s scopes typically used in F-Class and in NO WAY I would shoot anything else than a March. In fact, I’m keeping an eye on those new wide angle scopes and, hopefully, there will be something available soon with F-Class specs (reticle and corrections). Please let me know if any development regarding that kind of product.
I used to shoot F-Open and was using a spotting scope to read the mirage. In FTR, I’m only using my [March] rifle scope and it’s plenty enough. The only thing missing is the field of view to see other target impacts as I can use it for vertical trend in angle switch.
Doug, I can’t thank you enough for your kind support. March sets the highest standard and being part of it is an absolute honor.
I hope we get the chance to shake hands soon.”
In regards to the trophies Jonathan was awarded, he shared with us this interesting comment: “… these have been around for over 140 years now and are true pieces of art made of 100% silver and engraved by hand.
So from left to right, the trophy names are :
Left: Major R.M. Watson = 300-400 combined
middle: Davis Stewart = 500-600 combined
right: ATPQ (PQRA in English meaning “Province of Québec Rifle Association”) = Grand Aggregate
again, a HUGE thanks for providing me with the best optic available on the market today.
Thanks to you, Jonathan.
Congratulations, thank you for your kindness and keep being a champion! “
You can also check the video from here: https://www.facebook.com/705422005/videos/pcb.10158915856512006/367911512086221