Rimfire April 24th 2016

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Rimfire April 24th 2016
Open Champion: Russ Holetz
Limited Champion: Mike Raymond
CF Pistol Champion: Alan Wong
High Junior: Billy Bass
High Lady: Roberta Raymond
High Senior: Russ Holetz
High Super Senior: Jay Kusa

Match status is Go!

Starting April 3rd, you can sign up for the April 24th 2016 NSSF Rimfire / Centerfire Pistol event. The gate will be open at approximately 7:30 and registration will be from 8:00-8:30 with the shooter's meeting and match to follow in short order. More info

Be sure to sign in and pay using the Practiscore link above. Late entries on match day pay the normal rate plus a 10 dollar penalty.

We are continuing the new division for your shooting pleasure: Centerfire Pistol. If you sign of for this division, you will be shooting the pistol stages with any pistol or revolver legal for IDPA, ICORE or USPSA, with or without optic. The rifle stages can be shot with a .22 rimfire rifle with or without optic or with your Centerfire pistol. You may draw from a holster or start from our standard high ready position. Bring 5 mags for your centerfire pistol and give it a try!

Think about signing up a friend and helping us grow the sport! New shooters are always welcome.

Stage Designers This Month
Bay 1: Jay Kuca | Bay 2: Mike Raymond
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April Rimfire Stages Posted

April Rimfire Stages Posted (see above).

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 Rimfire match Status is go

 Rimfire match status is go! 

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Rimfire results are here

 

Rimfire results are here:https://practiscore.com/results/12d2cfb6-12e7-4788-ac28-e0bded5d1dea/index

 

Alan was the the first of 5 shooters in the Centerfire Pistol Division.

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Thanks Mark for letting

Thanks Mark for letting center fire shooters to shoot both the pistol and rifle stages. It was a lot of fun and great practice for draw, accuracy, and targets transitions. 

Alan Wong

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