I wouldn't say I am a sniper by any means but my marksmanship principles are quite sharp when it comes to flicking bogeys (is that the correct usage for the plural? Suggestions please.). I am on the range every morning (trap 2, with the window) and I have managed to get quite a tight grouping, only problem is that I seem to run out of rounds before I've finished my crap. This morning I come in and I am looking forward to taking up my firing position on the throne (working in London, the crust in my nose was feeling quite aerodynamic and sticky) when I notice my target area has been cleaned and there is now a polite notice asking the occupant to stop firing. Naturally I've seen this as a challenge and the first couple of this morning 'rounds' where peppered across the said notice but my question is, is it unreasonable to flick bogeys at the toilet door? Are there any other 'seasoned' shots out there?