HIGH POWER RIFLE MATCH SCORES FOR THE 100 YARD MATCH HELD AT THE SPRINGS ROD & GUN CLUB JULY 6, 2014.
Reed Dunkle AR 15 90-1X 92-0X 91-2X 173-1X 446-4X
Jon Kolacz (Jr.) AR-15 72-0X 91-0X 88-0X 163-0X 414-0X
Dave Dunkle M1A 83-1X 89-0X 82-0X 144-0X 398-1X
Lyle Hoovler M1A 58-0X 84-0X 69-1X 168-3X 379-4X
Service Rifle Match
Nate Hunter M1 Garand 83-1X 82-1X 82-0X 176-1X 423-3X
Andrew Burr (Jr) AR-15 70-1X 83-1X 89-1X 178-1X 420-4X
Emmett Waid AR-15 67-0X 78-0X 85-0X 172-0X 402-0X
John Kolacz M1A. 61-0X 73-0X 85-0X 176-1X 393-1X
Joe Kanya M1 Carb 48-0X 65-0X 66-0X 159-0X 338-0X
Joe Kanya M1 Carb. 55-0X 53-0X 59-0X 159-0X 326-0X
Larry Wait M1 Carb. 22-0X 68-0X 54-0X 125-0X 269-0X
Nate Hunter (.22 Rim.) SGFD 1922 M2 82-0X 68-0X 88-0X 171-2X 409-2X
Another nice day, that's two match days in a row! And a good attendance this Fouth of July weekend. We had a new shooter and we failed to get any kind of address from him. I think I found him in the phone book. Congratulations to Reed Dunkle for winning the match, Reed has only been back in the states for a few days after spending a year or more in Spain. There were other good scores as well. There was a time that we had only a couple really good scores followed by a lot of not so good scores. Practice indeed makes better shooters, although not quite perfect shooters. In the shooting sports it is best to compare yourself to no one and compete against yourself to avoid disappointment. It seems there is always somebody that “has his/her day” and shoots the “lights out”. Perhaps we all are waiting for that day for ourselves? Good luck, I have had a couple days like that!
Thanks for coming.