Sunny skies and lower 90’s temps was the norm for the 100/200 “Silver State Shootout” VFS match in Las Vegas.
Shooters at 100 yards were so close in scores that four of them had to depend on Creedmoor rules to determine their final position. This is what we call “stiff competition” which really adds another layer to the excitement.
After lunch we moved out to 200 yards where things and the wind got quite interesting. We had so many wind flag reversals during each match that a few shooters became quite humbled compared to their 100 yard performance.
I want to thank Bob Rousseau and Tony Debacco for a superlative job changing targets. And to all the shooters who showed up to compete and support VFS benchrest here in Las Vegas
Congratulations to Howard Bloom for his 100 yard win and Sheldon Turf for winning both the 200 yard match and the 100/200 grand aggregate. Good Shooting!
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