Perfect weather for this month’s match. Jim and Bill set up five stages, all ten rounds.
Stage One, prone supported. Twenty five seconds to fire five rounds at a single 250yd. target. Then either stay on that target or move to ‘Gary’ at 250yds, five more rounds. Two points for all hits on ‘Gary’.
Double tap and move on Stage Two, with targets at 100, 200, 300yds. All remaining rounds at a 400yd. target, two points for each hit. Sitting supported position.
A Nevada Sweep on Stage Three, with targets at 175, 150 and 200yds. Sitting unsupported.
Six pistol rounds to start Stage Four, at a large 30yd. target. Then a ‘shoot-til-you-hit, shoot-til-you-miss’ scenario with targets at 200 and 300yds. From supported kneeling / sitting position.
Stage Five, the tie breaker, started with the grenade pitch and six pistol rounds at a medium pistol target. Then from standing position, engage targets at 160, 220 and 125yds, Nevada Sweep.
Possible high score of 74.
|1||Mac McAllister||Persian Mauser M-98/29||8×57||61|
|2||Jack Michnovez||Swiss K-31||7.5×55||60|
|3||Jim Drulensky||Springfield ‘03-A3||.30-06||57|
|4||Klaus Thoma||Springfield ‘03-A3||.308||56|
|5||Miguel Quintanilla||Remington ‘03-A3||.30-06||50 (204.98 secs)|
|6||English Andy||Dutch/Indonesian Steyr M-1895||.303 Brit||50 (236.12 secs)|
|7||Bill Brizzee||Swedish Mauser M-96/38||6.5×55||49 (144.25 secs)|
|8||Charlie Pittman||Argentinian Mauser M-1909||7.65×53||49 (218.86 secs)|
|9||Troy Payne||Remington ‘03-A3||.30-06||44|
|10||Travis Lindsey||Springfield ‘03-A3||.30-06||43|
|11||Steve Weiss||Swedish Mauser M-96||6.5×55||42|
|12||Michael Corbett||Swiss K-31||7.5×55||40 (175.95 secs)|
|13||Joe Ball||Swedish Mauser||6.5×55||40 (217.89 secs)|
|15||Richard Kolkoski||Finn Nagant||7.62x54R||38 (103.60 secs)|
|16||Gary Pfaff||Swedish Mauser M-38||6.5×55||38 (247.58 secs)|
|17||Lou Panelli||Mauser K-98||8×57||37 (117.36 secs)|
|18||Joe Orlick||Swedish Mauser M-38||6.5×55||37 (130.12 secs)|
|19||Al Cardamone||Swiss K-31||7.5×55||10 (DNF)|
This was the second match of our season. This was a Sub Gun only match. We got lucky again with the weather as it was an absolutely beautiful day with warm temperatures sunny skies and almost no wind. We had a large turnout but the match moved along smoothly. It was a three stage match with the shooter taking paper and steel poppers. The shooter then moved to the second stage and engaged steel targets. Shooter then moved to the third stage and took on more steel dingers and a very distant stop plate. The range was reset for the second run. Don’t forget to check out and register on our website at www.vegasshooters.net for updates and photos. The next match will be on 11/10/19. This will be a Rifle and Subgun match. You will need a center fire rifle (No PCC) and a Subgun. No Mangum or AP (Green Tip) ammo. I will send out a reminder before the match.
|John Wylie Jr.||UZI||63.76||1st||“A”|
|Peter Landi||M16 9mm||71.17|
|Irv Falkoff||M16 9mm||83.87|
|Gabe Siniscal||S&W 76||112.10|
|Al Siniscal||S&W 76||372.64|
|Andy Wade||M16 9mm||DNF|
|Matt Adams||M11 Lage||43.18||1st||“A”|
|Peter Landi||M16 9mm||49.59|
|Omar Lazo||Max Lage||79.87|
|Mike Collander||M11 9||85.48||1st||“C”|
|Joe White||M10 9||93.31|
|Pat O’Connor||M10 9||97.80|
Well the shoot has come and gone. Early morning had 25 mph plus winds. For those in the know, that will move a big slow bullet up to 3 feet at 500 yards. Add my normal flinch, jerk style of shooting and that adds up to a lot of windage. But thank the wind gods, the afternoon was relatively calm. We also had two new shooters at this match. John Nagazyna, a new member who is also helping to acquire materials for club ranges and targets, and Robert Bobbett. He is the shortest of our shooters and shoots the biggest rifle on the line. A 45-110. That is way out of my league.
|John Nagazyna||45-70||16 and 1 chicken|
|Wes Bayles||unk||15 and no chickens|
|Jeff Kirkwood||45-70||14 and 1 chicken|
|Bob Hover||45-100||14 and 0 chickens|
|Brian Harrison||40-83||11 and 0 chickens|
|Bob Bobbett||45-110||6 with 1 chicken|
|Wally Pinjuv||38-50||2 chickens and dnf|