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Timberwolf
10-27-2007, 8:15 PM
APS – Tac / Prec Match Results 10/27/07

Here are the results from today’s match. My report will be in another thread.

Six Stages – Maximum Score 600

1. Don Augustine - 450
2. Ron Walter - 390
3. Pascal Bauder - 380
4. Michael Voigt - 325
5. Jason Chan - 260
6. Joseph Hernandez - 255
7. Peter Na - 190
8. Luc Bauder - 155
9. Ryan Kerr – 150
10. Nate Smith – 20
11. Bruno Niestatek – 10
12. Philip Johnson - <25>
13. David Marrin - <30>

100 YARD 5 DOT DRILL WINNER – 100 pts max /1 min time

Don Augustine – 100 pts / 18.27

Congratulations to all for a very well shot match. Honorable mention goes to the top three as well as the 100-YARD DOT DRILL winner.

Thanks for a great match y’all and a hearty congrats to today’s winners.

This will be the last match of 2007 due to the holidays. The next match will be the 4th Sat in Jan 2008.

PistolPete75
10-27-2007, 8:17 PM
it was a fun match. i had a blast of a time!

Timberwolf
10-27-2007, 8:21 PM
it was a fun match. i had a blast of a time!

Now you ought to thank your wife for waking you up and saying "don't you have some place your suppose to go this morning" ;)

Prc329
10-27-2007, 8:26 PM
That was fun. Great bunch of guys.

PistolPete75
10-27-2007, 8:29 PM
Now you ought to thank your wife for waking you up and saying "don't you have some place your suppose to go this morning" ;)

your 100% right. i was soo close of oversleeping. today was hectic, but i had alot of fun at the match. good time to just shoot, and bullshxt with others for a few hours. great time!

wildcard
10-27-2007, 9:36 PM
As always, had a great time with you guys. Glad you made it out Nayt. You coming back for the next one? Sure beats the usual range sessions!

Haha.. there's negative scores.. but I guess that what happens when you pop a hostage.

Darn it.. that's twice i've been in 5th.. need to work my way back up.. next time!

rksimple
10-28-2007, 7:23 AM
Good to see everyone out there. Good shootin' Nayt. Positive numbers in this match means you did something right! Hope you can make it to the next.

Jason, Pete-I'm already thinking about Vegas. Should be a good match...and some good buffets!

wildcard
10-28-2007, 3:31 PM
Good to see everyone out there. Good shootin' Nayt. Positive numbers in this match means you did something right! Hope you can make it to the next.

Jason, Pete-I'm already thinking about Vegas. Should be a good match...and some good buffets!

I'm ready.. went to check my calibrations from 100 - 500 yds. All good now :)

rksimple
10-28-2007, 3:39 PM
I'm ready.. went to check my calibrations from 100 - 500 yds. All good now :)

We're on the 1-500 METER range this time. 550 yards or so max distance. I have to get my dope in meters for this one.

wildcard
10-28-2007, 4:35 PM
We're on the 1-500 METER range this time. 550 yards or so max distance. I have to get my dope in meters for this one.

simple meter to yards conversion.. and from 0 - 500 yds the difference in elevation adjustments are rather linear in relation to the distance if you already know your adjustments for 100 yd increments.. or close enough depending on target size. 700+ yds and it's a different story. You rely on a calculator or actual measurements?

Good thing you reminded me.. i'll have to prepare accordingly myself!

Going to be a darn fun trip. Breaking in my new pack too!

PistolPete75
10-28-2007, 5:29 PM
simple meter to yards conversion.. and from 0 - 500 yds the difference in elevation adjustments are rather linear in relation to the distance if you already know your adjustments for 100 yd increments.. or close enough depending on target size. 700+ yds and it's a different story. You rely on a calculator or actual measurements?

Good thing you reminded me.. i'll have to prepare accordingly myself!

Going to be a darn fun trip. Breaking in my new pack too!

what you just said sounded way too confusing.

it simple layman's terms. Xmeters + 10%(xmeters) = yards

rksimple
10-28-2007, 5:47 PM
what you just said sounded way too confusing.

it simple layman's terms. Xmeters + 10%(xmeters) = yards

Yes. Thats the easiest. I'll be out at the range tomorrow chronoing loads for this weekend. I went back to APS and zeroed. I was a full minute high at 100, and my long range dope was off (high) as well. It'd be nice if I were getting more velocity than expected!

wildcard
10-28-2007, 11:27 PM
what you just said sounded way too confusing.

it simple layman's terms. Xmeters + 10%(xmeters) = yards

Makes sense in my head :) I was actually talking about shooting in different increments other than 100 yds since we'll essentially be converting 100 meter increments into yards. Nevermind.. that made just as much sense as before.. in the end, whatever works!