And, though very very similar, there ARE a number of differences that I can see might create problems if a Brit shooter entered a Euro match without understanding those differences.
That said, the same Brit shooter coming to an AAFTA match and entering in WFTF CLASS might be a bit out of his element unless he had time to study the differences. And finally, Americans used to WFTF CLASS rules will experience a totally differant game in many respects at a true Euro rules event.
To remind, the upcoming Temecula Challenge coming this May will follow 2016 European WFTF rules.
It is my hope that some shooters with WFTF experience will be able to attend, plus any and all AAFTA WFTF CLASS regulars in order to help some of us with near zero actual experience. Of course we will all experience and hopefully enjoy our challenging venue, good eats and comraderie.
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