Sunny, mild winter temps. Wind calm.
Laddie, Dave, and me training alone, using Bumper Boys and stickmen for extra gunners. No opportunity to work on honoring. Dave had been able too obtain two chukars.
I told Dave before we started that I didn't want any marks longer than 180y, that I wanted to give Laddie a chance to train on Qual-style triples and blinds. I especially wanted to see his marking without the weather conditions, not typical of Quals I've been to, that have been so much affecting his performance the last few sessions.
Series A. Out-of-order land triple plus blind
For Series A, Dave stood on a hillside at 180y on the right side of the field. For the first mark, he threw and shot a flyer right to left, with the fall over a crest and invisible from the start line. For the second mark, I fired a Bumper Boy in the center of the field beside a stickman, left to right on an angle back with the fall at 160y. For the third mark, I fired a BB on the left of the field beside a stickman, right to left on an angle in at 70y. A hot blind (OB) at an LP on a 45 degree angle lay on a line behind the middle gun station, with the blind at 220y. The terrain was hilly, and the line to the blind included a stretch diagonally across a slope.