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08-02-2008, 04:57 PM
Standing Record OutdoorTargets

Class Score Date Shooter Club

Springer 201 26-Jan-08 Don Matzedar Ozark Airguns
238-2X 8-Mar-08 Dennis DiFeo Emerald Empire

Match 242-1X 8-Mar-08 Ron Lewis Blackbelt Benchrest
243-3X 22-Mar-08 Glen Robinson Open Grove
244-5x 10-May-08 Dennis Difeo Emerald Empire
245-3X 28-Jun-08 Glen Robinson Open Grove
247-2X-14 19-Jul-08 Glen Robinson Open Grove

Unlimited 243-2X 26-Jan-08 Don Matzedar Ozark Airguns
246-4X 23-Feb-08 Doug Miller Open Grove
247-1X 8-Mar-08 Ron Lewis Blackbelt Benchrest
250-7X 8-Mar-08 Dennis DiFeo Emerald Empire

Standing Record IndoorTargets
Class Score Date Shooter Club

Springer 184-0X 3-May-08 Jeff Carroll Holbrook Sportsman
212-0x-1 7-Jun-08 Jeff Carroll Holbrook Sportsman

Match 239-2X 3-May-08 Jon Carroll Holbrook Sportsman
247-2x-1 7-Jun-08 Jon Carroll Holbrook Sportsman

Unlimited 248-7X 3-May-08 Doug Shea Holbrook Sportsman
249-5X-25 5-Jul-08 Doug Shea Holbrook Sportsman

Joe Friedrich
08-04-2008, 06:34 PM
Ron, Thanks for the update. Just a reminder if you overlooked John Carter's 250 8x on March 3rd.


08-05-2008, 08:08 AM
I'll recheck that this afternoon

08-06-2008, 04:29 PM
Somehow I missed this target. I have it in the stack of verified records in my shooting room but failed to upload it to Gary on the website.

John Carter presently holds the unlimited outdoor record with a nice 250-8X with a first miss on target 1.

The way I actually record the score is 250-8X-1

the 1 indicated that his first miss is a missed x on the first target.

John's target was shot at Open Grove on May 3rd. Excellent shooting and I apoligize for being late in reporting such good news.

Fred J
08-06-2008, 05:20 PM
What type of equipment was used for these records, and what caliber?

08-07-2008, 04:53 PM
I'm pretty sure all the records but the Match Outdoor have been shot with a .177 cal. I'll verify tonight

08-07-2008, 04:56 PM
If the match outdoor is NOT 177, I'd sure like to check that guns power.

Fred J
08-07-2008, 06:12 PM
If a 20 cal or a 22 cal shot in a match, and they had the high score for said caliber, would that stand as a record until another using the same caliber shot a higher score?

08-07-2008, 06:38 PM
All calibers shoot against each other with the plug equalizing the size of the hole and score in the scoring shack. My comment was directed at the fact that the "match" class is power limited and it would be near impossible to effectively shoot anything but 177 in that class.

08-08-2008, 12:07 AM
The Match Outdoor Record was shot with a stock Walther 300. Its energy is about 5.5 ft lbs. I see no reason to have the power at 7 ft lbs. in the rules. Match guns don't have that much power.

08-08-2008, 12:11 AM
I also failed to mention that the Walther is a stock 300 in .177 caliber.

08-08-2008, 04:00 AM
Robbie, the reason for the rule is that a match gun could be adjusted for more power without too much trouble at all. In fact, the 300 is offered in a 20 ft/lb version for FT use. I was not accusing anyone of cheating, just that I was sure your gun had to be 177.