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06-07-2008, 6:34 PM
APS 22LR Tac / Prec Match Results 06-07-08
Here are the results from Saturdays match. My report will be in another thread.
Ten Stages Maximum Score 1000
Fist Place Wes Chilton 780
Second Place Mark Edgreen 640
Third Place Pascal Bauder 600
Wes Chilton 780
Mark Edgreen 640
Pascal Bauder 600
Alan Campbell 575
Dennis Danneth 465
Frank Oldread 385
Brad Kahn 355
Julian Gifford 270
Joe Coalegas 270
Aaron Gifford 265
Joe Gallegos 190
Michele Henson - 60
Congratulations to all for a very well shot match. Honorable mention goes to the top three.
Thanks for a great match yall and a hearty congrats to todays winners.
The next match is tentatively set for the second Saturday in August so mark your calendars accordingly. I will make an official announcement as time nears.
06-07-2008, 7:51 PM
Wes Chilton: Savage MarkII BTVS - Bushnell 5 x 15 Mildots - Wolf Match Target
Mark Edgreen: Sako Finnfire - Nikon Buckmaster 4.5 x 14 - Lapua M
Pascal (ZeFrog): Savage MarkII BTVS - Bushnell 3200 Mildots 10x - Wolf Match Target
Alan Campbell : Ruger 10/22 (Green Mountain Barrel) – Mueller 4.5 x 14 - Ammo ???
and continuing in the results order:
Denis: Anschutz 1712 – Leupold 6.5 x 24 – Eley Black Box
Joe: Ruger 10/22 - Bushnell 10x – Wolf Match Target
Frank: CZ 452 – Sightron 3x9 – CCI MiniMag
Brad: Ruger 10/22 - Supersniper 10x – Federal Gold Match
Julian: Ruger 10/22 (Stock Barrel) – Nikon BuckMaster 3x9 – Federal Auto Match
There are 2 Joe(s) so I am not sure which one is which...
Joe: Savage MarkII BTVS - SuperSniper 10x - CCI Green Tag
Joe: 10/22 18 inches barrel - Bushnell 10x - Wolf Match
Aaron/Michele: Ruger 10/22 Stock - Scope? Ammo?
I had a blast even with my hunting 22 and ammo. Next time it will be with the tricked out 10/22 and match ammo!
Here's a 100 point penalty plus -50 for the shot not counting :D
06-07-2008, 8:04 PM
Yep...that one was soooooo close!!!!!!!!
06-07-2008, 8:12 PM
Yeah had to stick a bullet in the hole for that one . . . go easy on my 45+ eyes . . . bifocals only help so much LOL
It's all fun!
I had a blast and got to meet (and shoot with) some more great people!
06-07-2008, 8:43 PM
You did some VERY fine shooting. Some stages are worse than others. Look at the first stage, I basically missed 4 out of 5. It's all about understanding what went wrong and correcting it.
The precision stuff is really not easy. It's a complete different world shooting precision at the shooting range and laying prone in the dirt at a match.
I hope to see u again at the next match!
06-07-2008, 9:55 PM
Yeah Frank- couldnt get any closer and have it clean- it was right there but I think the call was right.
BTW Michele was shooting the slightly modded 10/22 I was using- modded stock/trigger/ factory barrel with buckmaster 3-9. Aaron was using modded trigger otherwise stock 10/22 with POS bushnell sportview 3-9.
Better scopes will sure help dialing when I remember to dial... instead of leaving 200 yd dope for 50 yd shoot..... targets 4 and 6 hit (Me and Michele) lower portion of targets 1 and 3 confusing everyone as to what happened though it didnt affect the scores of those targets...... Aaron would have done better if he shot the correct target for 50 yds- he shot the 75 yd target accidentally-
Michele had a great time too- But now she's on a mission to not finish last! It was her first comp, and someone has to finish last. I'm still explaining why she can hit golfballs at 100yds easy with the 308 but not a 4" circle with the 22! We got a bit to work on, but very soon, she wont be last.
Thanks Bill/Pascal for getting this thing off the ground. Hope it becomes a regular match. We all had a great time.
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