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|
Nice day. Twitchy winds but a fun time at the range. Jeff tried out a trapdoor. For those who have ever shot one, they are not designed for match type shooting.
|Richard Trees||38-50||total 15 w/ one chicken|
|Bob Hover||Buzzy||total 15 zero chickens|
|Brian Harrison||40/82||total 12 w/ one chicken|
|Jeff Kirkwood||total 8 zero chickens|
What a beautiful shooting day. Blue skies, light winds and pleasant temperatures. You should have been there. We had a mixed bag of shooters and spectators, even one new guy that wants to get started. Results of the top 4 places are as follows.
Brian Harrison, first place with a 17
Jeff Kirkwood, second place with a 15
Richard Trees, third place with a 13
Bob Hover, 4th with a 12. Seems he mixed loads.