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Old 06-29-2008, 8:18 PM
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Arrow APS Centerfire Tac / Prec Match Results 06-27-08

APS – Centerfire Tac / Prec Match Results 06-27-08

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

Six Stages – Maximum Score 600

Fist Place – John Rose - 410
Second Place – Jason Chan - 230
Third Place – Ryan Kerr – 200

Scores breakdown

John Rose - 410
Jason Chan - 230
Ryan Kerr – 200 (Note – there was a shoot off between Kerr and Victor for 3rd)
Michael Victor – 200
Pascal Bauder – 190
Joseph Hernandez – 170
Luc Bauder – 160
Joe Gallegos – 20
Wes Chilton – 0
Carl Tarello - 0

Congratulations to all for a very well shot match. Honorable mention goes to the top three.

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

The next match is set for the fourth Saturday in August so mark your calendars accordingly. I will make an official announcement as time nears.
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Old 06-30-2008, 8:24 PM
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Was Pascal taking pictures again?
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Nope. I think Wes and Michael took some though. Wes posted some in the other thread. Pascal made one mistake that cost him. Otherwise he would have beaten me easily.
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Pascal made one mistake that cost him. Otherwise he would have beaten me easily.
Did he violate Rule #3?

The 3 rules to win in competetive shooting:
Shoot fast.
Don't miss.
Don't shoot white guys. (hostages)
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We shot the 300 yard paper right after the 200 yard stage. He didn't adjust his dope. I'm sure he would've cleaned up on that stage. He's always consistent.
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So he broke rule #2.
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don't shoot white guys. LOL. that is too funny. timber, do you have racist targets. mayby we should report you. why can't hostages be black, and terrorists be white?
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Dude.. I didn't even touch that 300 yd target. Still didn't do too bad considering this was the 2nd or 3rd time shooting my rifle after the barrel modification and scope install.

I personally think it's easier to shoot white guys.. see them crosshairs better!
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don't shoot white guys. LOL. that is too funny. timber, do you have racist targets. mayby we should report you. why can't hostages be black, and terrorists be white?
Santa was a white guy and the bad guy last month was white and the hostage black and female.
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Santa was a white guy and the bad guy last month was white and the hostage black and female.
See. He's equal opportunity.
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See. He's equal opportunity.
You obviously haven't had to shoot first on multiple occasions
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You obviously haven't had to shoot first on multiple occasions
Not multiple, no. Thats OK though. I do poorly enough in the middle.
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I broke rule number 4... don't change your load after you've zero'd your rifle! DOH! high and right all day long.
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I broke rule number 4... don't change your load after you've zero'd your rifle! DOH! high and right all day long.
I have hashed out and refined these rules over many many years of match shooting.
They apply to all sorts of competetions.
The first two are of equal importance, but most competitions are time based, so I listed rule #1 first.
There is no rule #4.

If you were high and right all day, you were missing.
Revert back to rule #2.
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OK, I broke MY rule #4. I like things to be specific. 'cause I'm slow like that.


I'm interested to see how I fare next time around as I will have a 2lbs lighter trigger and double the magnification! Being able to see your bullet holes and compensate... YEA!!!
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I'm interested to see how I fare next time around as I will have a 2lbs lighter trigger
I also lightened my trigger significantly recently.
I hope it helps a little too as it was pretty heavy and creepy before.
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I broke rule number 4... don't change your load after you've zero'd your rifle! DOH! high and right all day long.
yep happened me to last weekend with brand new brass. high and right was where i was hitting. amazing how much 0.01 inch difference makes.
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Santa was a white guy and the bad guy last month was white and the hostage black and female.
how about a white guy for the bad guy, and an asian hostage?
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how about a white guy for the bad guy, and an asian hostage?
I'll look in my folders and see what I have - I know I have some Tango bad guys but that's been done to death.
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i was just kidding, bill.
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I still liked the idea of shooting manequins....










.....full of tannerite! WOO!
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.....full of tannerite! WOO!
They better be midgets, or you won't be able to find the dirt where the mannequin used to be standing if it was a fullsize mannequin full of tannerite.

We mixed up a couple pounds of it once at a shoot in texas.
The crater was impressive.
The sherriff came to check on us because he got so many calls from local residents living 1/2+ mile away.
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Yeah I shot a couple of pumpkins with about an ounce in each one. They went boom quite impressively. I can imagine what a couple of pounds would do. WOW.
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The sherriff came to check on us because he got so many calls from local residents living 1/2+ mile away.
Meh.. 1/2 mile isn't that far.. I'd be impressed with 3+ miles.
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