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EricMI
09-02-2009, 08:50 PM
It was another windy day at the IBS score nationals in Webster City, Iowa. Other than the wind, the weather was beautiful. This was the first time in IBS history when the first place winners had a tuner on their gun. Also, we have heard that there were more 6 X shooters at this match than there have ever been in IBS 6 X score history. The match was run flawlessly. Boone Valley Ikes gun club put on an awesome match for all of the competitors. Dick Grosbier should have the complete match report on the IBS website soon. He may also have pictures of all of the winners. Here are the top three places of each class. Congratulations to all and good luck with the VFS portion of the Nationals tomorrow.

Hunter 200 Agg
1) Greg Sweezey
2) Craig Nagel
3) Al Nyhus

Varmint Hunter 200 Agg
1) Paul Becigneul
2) Frank McKee
3) Francis Becigneul

Hunter Grand Agg
1) Greg Sweezey
2)Craig Nagel
3) Tim Henderson
4) Roy Oines
5) Humble Henry Rivers

Varmint Hunter Grand Agg
1) Francis Becignuel
2) Frank McKee
3) Terry Meyer
4) Paul Becigneul
5) Peter Hills

Congratulations,
Eric

Dick Grosbier
09-02-2009, 09:46 PM
http://internationalbenchrest.com/Greg_Francis.jpg

Francis Becigneul won the Varmint Hunter class, and Greg Sweezy won Hunter class at the Score Nationals held in Webster City Iowa today.

Varmint For Score class will be contested Thursday and Friday.

Detailed results at
http://internationalbenchrest.com/

Dick Grosbier
09-02-2009, 10:40 PM
Photos in Gallery 5 of the IBS Webpage

Butch Lambert
09-02-2009, 11:37 PM
Hey Francis! Congratulations to you and Paul and also to the rest of the guys.
Butch

steve stanley
09-03-2009, 06:03 AM
Congrats to Francis and Greg and all the others that shot well and a special congrats to the Humble one for his 5th place in the grand in his debut with the 6 power gun. Steve

glp
09-03-2009, 09:19 AM
Congrats to Francis and Greg and all the others that shot well and a special congrats to the Humble one for his 5th place in the grand in his debut with the 6 power gun. Steve

Pete Wass sells Francis the second best gun he has ever had built, Francis barely (or so he says) shoots 6X, then sneaks up and clobbers the field with a National win. What a sneaky SOB!

Sorry you won't be at Thurmont. I've been in kinda the same slump, but hey, if I don't shoot I'll never come out of it.

ScottD
09-03-2009, 10:09 AM
Congratulations to Francis and Greg!

Great shooting as always.