The results are in!
I have to admit I really had fun with this one, and from the looks of it I would say some shooters really had a good time as well.
We had a nice range of scores but it did prove to be difficult to break 70 (which was at least partly by design) and we had a couple of people go for extra points with unusual firearms.
|Billl||Ruger Mk I||73|
|T McAllister||Ruger Mk II||73|
|Kim||Ruger Single 10||65|
|Pat B||S&W 617||63|
|Bill K||Ruger 22/45||62|
|Merle||Ruger Single 6||57|
|Mac||Remington Target Master||48|
|Chester||Marlin 39 century||49|
We had a tie for first on this one and some pretty high scores. It did become pretty apparent though that using a .22 was a pretty risky proposition unless you were always aiming dead center. Several rounds slipped between the teeth!
|Merle||Enfield No 2||67|
|Mike B||S&W M&P||63|
|Pat B||Detective Spl||61|
|Bill K||Glock 17||61|
Merle takes first in this class. His target was a actually a 42 but he gets a hefty bonus for shooting with his break top Enfield No 2 and sending in a pic.
|Mr B||Ruger 10-22||70|
|Mr. B||Browning Buckmark||65|
|True Blue Sam||Ruger Mk III||55|
|Pattie Ann||Ruger Mk III||53|
|Mrs TBS||Ruger Mk III||37|