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October scores

Post by Pete D. » Mon Oct 03, 2011 9:42 pm

Last month's abberration aside now.
Shot tonight.

SF - 90
TF - 96-3X
RF - 92-2X

NMC - 278 5X

High Standard Victor/Falcon Barrel w. Ultra Dot. CCI Blaser.
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Post by Python » Wed Oct 19, 2011 12:00 am

Oct. 16th 2700 outdoor match

SF = 97-4x
TF = 98-3x
RF = 99-4x

NMC = 294-11x
900 match = 866-30x

Same gun
M41 with Clark barrel using Wolf Match ammo and 4 dot match dot sight.
Took the Aimpoint micro H-1 off to put it on my newly built Springfield .45 by Dave Salyer

Arizona state championships coming this weekend.

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Post by Pete D. » Wed Oct 19, 2011 4:56 am

Fine shooting, Clarence.
How was the rest of the match? I am inspired.
Good luck this weekend.

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Post by Bullseye » Wed Oct 19, 2011 6:18 am

Good shooting Clarence, looks like you're all tuned up for the State Championships.

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Post by Python » Wed Oct 19, 2011 11:35 pm

Yah, am all tuned up for the .22 match but my big gun scores have suffered for a while now.

Been stuck in expert class for 2 years because of my .45 scores.

I have really picked up on the .22 after installing the Clark barrel(I guess you CAN buy points).

Sold my Rock River .45 and sent the Springfield milspec that I won at the Desert midwinter this last February to a smith and had it built.

Just got her back and sighted it in this Sunday just a week away from the state shoot.

I now have 2 Dave Salyer pistols.
He built my 92FS and now my Springer.

I will post my scores after this weekend is over.

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Post by piasashooter » Fri Oct 28, 2011 1:11 am

Ruger MKIII, Ultrdot, CCI SV, 50' indoors

SF-87

TF-98-4

RF-97-3

NMC-282-7X

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Post by stork » Fri Oct 28, 2011 10:30 am

Finally got around to shooting a few NMC wed nite. Talk about rusty. I put about 20 rounds downrange to accustom myself to the triggers again, then started the course.

Ruger MKII, Ultra Dot, CCI Blazer, 50" indoors.

SF-92
TF-98-x0
RF-96-x2

Second round not nearly as nice. Had a 6 & 7 sneak out on the slow fire, and just couldn't get the grip & stance right on the TF & RF. But, it's a work in progress.

SF- 87
TF-90-x3
RF-94-x2

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Rust

Post by Pete D. » Fri Oct 28, 2011 12:24 pm

Talk about rusty
Pretty good shooting for bein' rusty.

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Post by Bullseye » Fri Oct 28, 2011 5:51 pm

Rusty heck! You were recovering from surgery if I remember it correctly. That's not bad shooting considering all the challenges you've faced. Take it easy and work your way back up into the pace. If you re-injure yourself it will take far longer to recover and try again more slowly.

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not my best weekend for sure

Post by Python » Sat Oct 29, 2011 11:20 am

.22 match

94-4
95-3
94-4
283-11x

.22 team match

94-2
93-1
95-1
282-4x

At least I was consistant :roll:

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Post by Bullseye » Sat Oct 29, 2011 1:55 pm

How did you do in the Leg match? I see you need a hard leg to go out.

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Post by Python » Sat Oct 29, 2011 3:18 pm

Bullseye;

I won the leg match with a 264-4x
Not enough shooters to get a hard leg.
Since I am not eligible for points the 6 pts went to the next shooter down the ranks.

I am hoping the Desert mid winter this coming February will have enough shooters.
This last Desert I won it but only got 6 pts.
If we would of had one more shooter it would have given me my 8 pointer.

Thinking of maybe going to Camp Penddlton next year to the Navy shoot and get my hard leg there.

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Post by Bullseye » Sat Oct 29, 2011 3:40 pm

There should be plenty of shooters at the match in May at USMCB Pendelton. I think they'll run two leg matches a week apart. One for their Pacific Fleet Championships and the next week one for their All-Navy Championships, that should mean two opportunities for that hard leg if you're so inclined.

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My scores for OCt.

Post by keithj » Sun Oct 30, 2011 7:39 pm

282/300 nmc
269-4x nmc
Both @ 50 ft..........keith

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Post by piasashooter » Thu Nov 03, 2011 8:40 pm

Ruger MKIII, Ultradot, CCI SV,50' indoors

SF 93

TF 100-5

RF 99-6

NMC 292-11

This is the best I've shot in a long time, wish I could shoot like this consistently. I don't think I was doing anything different, it's like shooting just felt easy today.

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