For those who missed the Match, we had a good turnout sixteen participants. The sun was shining on us and the temperature was in the upper 60’s when we started and mid 70’s by the finish.
We had ten lanes set up on Belle Terre, one standing and one kneeling. Paul “dremel” Plauche and Mike Doiron set the course with a “little help from others”. Mike did such a good job painting the targets I thought we should make any face plate hit a minus 3 and a complete miss -1. But I was voted down. Everyone should write on their score card the kind of gun and model, scope and power of scope, and brand of pellets and weight used.
Now for the results:
Breakbarrel: we had a tie and didn’t know it until now otherwise a shootoff would have occurred!
1. Ron Gioe I have no Idea what gun or scope or pellets he used. 10/40
1.1. Kenny Altazin (Neophyte)Diana model? scope Hawke 10/40
2. Rick Thornhill Diana Hawke 8/40
Kenny and Rick shot Rick’s gun and Rick adjusted a stock screw just before the match. He learned a very valuable lesson which I’m sure he won’t forget. Rick don’t feel like you are the only one to be humbled by other people shooting your gun better than you. It’s happened to me and others before. Ron didn't have a witness and I know he shot with Don Andries. Don Andries lost his score card or didn’t turn it in. But he was a winner!
1. Don Andries TX 200
PCP Hunter Second Largest group of shooters
1. Baylor Humphrey no information 34/40
2. Kingston Eversall Daystate Mk iv Hawke JSB 34/40
3. Wayne Smith 33/40
4. Mike Doiron 33/40
5. Clayton Comeaux 30/40
1.Paul Dremel Plauche Styre LG110 Sightron 10-60JSBL 36/40
Open PCP Largest group of shooters
1. Benny Lopoo StyreLP110 NS 10-50 JSBH 36/40
2. Kevin McKlveen Crossman Marauder 32/40
3.Jennifer Wylie FWB P70FT Hawke 8-32 JSBH 28/40
3. Frank Thomas AA 28/40
5. Matt Gallant FX Cyclone Bushnell 8-32 JSBH 22/40
6. Tammi Brown FWB P70FT Hawke 8-32JSBH 20/40
Would like to thank all the participants for making the effort and hope everyone had a good time.
We had three new shooter Tami Brown, Kenny Altazin, and Clayton Comeaux. Come back and shoot with us again.
I promise in the next match the offhand will not be so difficult at least the short one. I think the long shot a face plate hit would put it down. There were a lot of hits on the score cards but only a few hits on the kill zone paddle.
Hope we have as good a turnout for Dec. 10. Please put it in your calendar.