The new 2018 season for the Bulgarian T-Class Federation was launched at the military shooting range of Anevo. The first two competitions from the 2018 BTCF Calendar were completed there and included the new disciplines of the T-Class Shooting sport.
The competitions were preceded by a two-day seminar held by the Bulgarian T-Class Federation along with instructors from the 68th Brigade “Special Forces”. A total of 32 T-Class shooting instructors and range officers from 61st Mechanized Infantry Brigade “Stryamci” were certified and applied their expertise in the management of the two competitions.
The first competition was held on March 24th 2018 in the new shooting discipline – T-Class Support and Backup Weapons [SBW]. It was the first ever competition of it’s kind.
The winners are:
First Place – Geno Andreev – SC “Dynamic Arms”
Second Place – Todor Terziiski – MSC “Desant 68”
Third Place – Angel Stoyanov – SC “Dynamic Arms” Complete rankings and any info about the results of the competition can be found at the online scoring platform of ITCC.
The second competition was held on Marc 25th 2018 in the T-Class Multigun discipline for two divisions.
The winners are:
Division “Semi Auto”
First Place – Anatoli Bojinov, MSC “Stryamci 61”
Second Place – Vulio Petrov, MSC “Stryamci 61”
Third Place – Cvetan Djorev, MSC “Stryamci 61”
Division “Bolt Action”
First Place – Ivan Terziev, SC “Dynamic Arms”
Second Place – Emil Jonchev, SC “Levski Liubiteli”
Third Place – Angel Stoyanov, SC “Dynamic Arms” Complete rankings and any info about the results of the competition can be found at the online scoring platform of ITCC.
The whole event was highly respected as an example for successful cooperation between a civilian sport federation and military units of the Bulgarian Armed Forces.
Latest edition of T-Class Set of Rules with new changes T-Class Rules.
The major changes in the new edition of the T-Class Set of Rules v.1.08 for 2018 are:
– The Multigun discipline becomes open discipline, which is not limited only to sniper rifle, assault rifle and pistol (3+ GUN).
– A new supporting discipline has been created – only with assault rifle and pistol (2+ GUN).
– There is an opportunity for Gun Stages: The Match Sponsor or the Match Organizer may choose to provide a specific weapon for a stage, which will be common for each competitor, who will have to shoot with that weapon and then carry on with his/her personal weapons.
– New rules about safe weapons manipulations are implemented, especially regarding the complex stages with multiple weapons.
– Changes in the rules about the use of supporting gear are applied.
– There is a more detailed description in the Penalties section.
– A higher PF (Power Factor) for pistols is applied (min 130).
All changes in the Set of Rules are related with the ambition to make T-Class more realistic tactical and practical shooting sport.
The first for 2017 T-Class Multigun competition was conducted on June 24-25th at the Slivnitsa Military range. It proved to be the biggest competition ever organized by the Bulgarian T-Class Federation. There were not only BTCF members among the competitors, spectators, range officers, but also active members of the Bulgarian Armed Forces, as well.
The competition was very hard and included shooting drills with three kinds of weapons: most of all sniper rifles, but also assault rifles and semi-auto pistols.
The new online T-Class Scoring System, which was specifically developed for T-Class competitions was used for the first time on the field and in real-time. It allowed for instantaneous calculations of the results and the rankings for each competitor after each exercise during the whole course of the competition.
The winners of the “T-Class Multigun Challenge 2017” were:
1st Place – Ivan Terziev
2nd Place – Angel Stoyanov
3rd Place – Petar Markov
On May 20th 2017, ITCC accepted the Region of Russian Federation as a member of the International T-Class Confederation. The Federation of high precision shooting of Russia will represent and promote the T-Class Shoting Sport within the borders of the region and under the supervision of it’s Regional Director Mr. Sergei Gorobets. http://t-class.org/regions/
On May 09th 2017 ITCC presented Mr. Fernando Rondon with a plaquette and a certificate recognizing him as a Member of Honor for his continuing contributions in the promotion of the T-Class Shooting Sport throughout the international shooting community.