Shooters from the surrounding states headed to Las Vegas for the 200/300 Long Range Varmint For Score Match at Desert Sportsman’s. Temperatures in the 70’s with stiff winds out of the North played out to be quite challenging when the flags would have the slightest color change. At 200 yards Lou Murdica was still on a roll following the VFS Nationals to take first place. Second went to Sheldon Turf and third was Tom Debacco.
Moving out to 300 yards is when the bullets really started to go all different directions. Some shooters taking their first sighter shots ended up with them landing in the record bulls. After all the Mojave dust settled , Keith Myers came out in first place. Lou Murdica was close by with second place and Tom Debacco in third.
Congratulations to Lou Murdica for winning the 200/300 aggregate.
|Dave Beck||234-3X (Factory Class)|
|Tom Debacco||237-2X (Creedmoor)|
|Dave Beck||206-1X (Factory Class)|
|Dave Beck||440-4X (Factory Class)|