Use your plane to fly and eradicate (hit) a varmint
The varmint will be located 12-20 feet from the launcher and +/- 3 feet laterally from the front of the launcher.
Your team must have at least 2 exterminators (pilots)
Accuracy of hitting the varmint is critical if you wish to rid the area of these dangerous creatures. Hitting the varmint with the plane will earn your team the most points, landing the plane close to the varmint will earn fewer. If the varmint isn’t directly struck, landing distance will be measured as the shortest “line of sight” from the target (see drawing) to the aircraft center of gravity.
Your customer expects to need your services 1500 times/year
If the plane strikes the Varmint before it touches the ground, you will be paid $1000 for the flight
If the plane strikes the Varmint after it touches the ground, you will be paid $950
If the plane does not strike the varmint, but the center of gravity comes to rest within 18” radius of the Varmint center position, you will be paid $800
If the plane center of gravity comes to rest beyond 18”, you will be paid $800 less $25/inch beyond 18”
Illustration of Customer Landing Criteria A “kill shot” is defined as hitting the varmint with the nose of the plane. A “wounding shot” is defined as striking the varmint with a wing or after the plane’s first bounce. Line-of-Sight (radial) distance is the distance from center of target to plane’s center of gravity at it’s final resting point. Center of target is defined as center of paper that varmint sits upon.