Category: ViMSAR

August ViMSAR Match

Great weather for this month’s match, with very light winds. A smaller turnout than usual. Several of our regular shooters were out of town. Five stages, all ten rounds.

  • A Shooter’s choice on Stage One, engaging a medium 300yd. target from prone supported position. Fire five rounds and then a choice to move to a smaller target worth two points per hit for the other five.
  • Alternating targets at 400 and 250yds. on Stage Two. From sitting supported position.
  • A Nevada Sweep on Stage Three, with targets at 300, 225 and 180yds. Sitting unsupported.
  • Two targets at 220 and 175yds. on Stage Four, from standing position.
  • The tie breaker, Stage Five, started with the grenade pitch followed by six pistol rounds at a huge 12yd. target, shot from the hip. Then from any unsupported position, alternate targets at 220 and 160yds.

Possible high score of 64.

 

PlaceShooterRifleCaliberScore
1John StonemanSpringfield M-1.30-0647
2Jack MichnovezSpringfield M-1.30-0643
3Stephanie WeissSpringfield M1A.30839
4Dan HongSKS7.62×3937
5Bill BrizzeeSpringfield M-1.30-0636
6Dan SullivanSpringfield M1A.30835
7Jake JacobsonSpringfield M1A.30832 (106.01 secs)
8Bobby RamsaySpringfield M-1.30-0632 (164.01 secs)
9Tony DeeSpringfield M1A.30831 (112.76 secs)
10Jim DrulenskyLuxenbourg FN-49.30-0631 (116.64 secs)
11Klaus ThomaSpringfield M1A.30830 (133.00 secs)
12James DaigleSpringfield M-1.30-0630 (210.23 secs)
13Gary PfaffSpringfield M-1.30-0628
14Steve WeissSpringfield M-1.30-0627
15Dustin HalsteadSpringfield M1A.30826
16Ken RaganSpringfield M1A.30824
17Jim GreenSpringfield M1A.30823 (77.17 secs)
18Lou PanelliCanadian FAL.30823 (85.94 secs_
19Joe BallSpringfield M-1.30-0622
20Adam FademSpringfield M-1.30-0620
21Allen ???Springfield M1A.3088

 

 

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July ViMSAR Match

This month was the ‘Not Quite Annual 7.62×39 Only’ match. Five stages, all ten rounds.

  • Stage One, from sitting unsupported position, a Nevada Sweep with targets at 300, 200 and 120yds.
  • A shooter’s choice on Stage Two. Five rounds at a large 400yd. target from prone position, and then a choice to move to a smaller target, two points per hit.
  • Another shooter’s choice on Stage Three. From sitting supported, alternate between targets at 300 and 160yds. Choice of a larger or smaller 300yd. target.
  • From standing position on Stage Four, sweep targets at 225, 180 and 150 yds.
  • Blow up the ammo dump to start Stage Five, with two soda can grenades. (Thank you, Joe !)Then engage a 20yd. pistol target, six rounds. Then from any unsupported position, engage targets at 120, 150 and 220 yds. in a double tap Nevada Sweep.

Possible high score of 70.

 

PlaceShooterRifleScore
1English AndyCzech VZ 52/5745
2Kevin SolanTabuk44
3Lou PanelliRussian SKS42 (66.91 secs)
4Dan HongSKS42 (89.99 secs)
5Steve FranksAK-4740 (84.48 secs)
6Marty BridgesYugo SKS40 (146.38 secs)
7Stephanie WeissSKS38
8Ron JacobsonSKS37 (103.16 secs)
9Bobby RamsaySKS37 (223.25 secs)
10Gary PfaffSKS35
11Bill BrizzeeYugo SKS34 (136.99 secs)
12Richard TreesSKS34 (170.06 secs)
13Christopher GalbreathSKS31
14Steve WeissSKS28
15Tony RamirezAK-4723 (112.01 secs)
16Wayne PerrySKS23 (164.73 secs)
17James BarrettSKS21
18Travis LindseyAK-4714

 

 

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June ViMSAR Match

Strong gusting winds made this month’s match a challenge. Five stages, all ten rounds. Snipers shot the same course of fire unless otherwise stated.

  • ‘Shoot-til-you-hit, shoot-til-you-miss’ on Stage One. From prone position, with two targets at 300yds. Snipers engaged the smaller target only.
  • Another ‘Shoot-til-you-hit, shoot-til-you-miss’ on Stage Two, with targets at 400 and 250yds. From sitting supported position. No sight adjustment after the first shot.
  • Sitting unsupported on Stage Three, engaging targets at 300, 250 and 300yds. Sweep from left to right and repeat.
  • Alternating targets at 250 and 175yds. on Stage Four, from standing position. Snipers engaged the farther target only, from sitting unsupported position.
  • The tie breaker, Stage Five, started with the grenade pitch, weak handed, and then six pistol rounds at a medium 25yd. target. From any unsupported position, alternate targets at 220 and 160yds.

Possible high score of 59.

 

NameShooterRifleCaliberScore
1Mac McAllisterJRA Winchester M14.30845
2Justin AllredSpringfield M1A.30844
3Jack MichnovezSpringfield M-1.30-0643
4Dustin SherrickSpringfield M-1.30-0641
5Dan SullivanSpringfield M1A.30837 (127.03 secs)
6Joe BrennanSKS7.62×3937 (134.24 secs)
7John StonemanSpringfield M-1.30-0635
8Troy PayneSpringfield M-1.30-0634
9Steve FranksSpringfield M-1.30-0633
10Dan HongSpringfield M-1.30-0632
11Stephanie WeissSpringfield M1A.30831
12Dale SherrickFN-49???30
13Bobby RamsaySpringfield M-1.30-0629
14Jim DrulenskyVenezuelan FN-497×5728 (102.92 secs)
15Bill BrizzeeLjungman AG-42B6.5×5528 (121.58 secs)
16Lou PanelliCETME C-308.30827 (69.66 secs)
17Christopher GalbreathSpringfield M-1.30-0627 (153.52 secs)
18Jake JacobsonYugo SKS7.62×3926
19Travis LindseyBeretta BM-59.30825
20Jim GreenSpringfield M1A.30824 (88.31 secs)
21English AndyEgyptian FN-498×5724 (112.63 secs)
22Joe BellSpringfield M-1.30-0622
23Bruce HenryTokarev SVT-407.62x54R21
24Dave NeelyEgyptian FN-498×5720
25Richard TreesSpringfield M-1.30-0612
26Gary PfaffSpringfield M-1.30-062 (DNF)

 

Sniper Match
NameShooterRifleCaliberScore
1Justin AllredSpringfield ‘03-A4.30-0648
2Jim DrulenskyChilean Mauser7×5744 (132.23 secs)
3Joe BrennanArgentinian Mauser M-1909.30-0644 (220.24 secs)
4Mac McAllisterSwiss K-317.5×5539
5Klaus ThomaSpringfield M1A.30836
6Bobby RamsaySwedish Mauser M-966.5×5533 (52.12 secs)
7Jake JacobsonSpringfield ‘03-A1.30-0633 (150.63 secs)
8English AndyEnfield No.4(T).303 Brit31

 

 

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