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DJB in Wi
03-02-2013, 09:11 PM
We had a IR50 match today at Gateway in Jacksonville Fl. The match started at 37 degrees with a very cold west wind at about 4 to 12 MPH, and quickly went up to 10-22 with 26+ gusts. It got all the way up to 54 degrees by the end of the match. A nasty cold windy day for Fl. Poor Bill and Ernie's hands got so cold, they had very little feeling in their fingers. I have not seen such low scores in a long time. An example. I won the #2 unlimited card with a 240-8X. The bullets were at the mercy of the nasty winds. Doug

Sporter

Pete Wass.............247-18
Bill Schertz...........242-6
Lew Beaudrot........241-9

101/2

Doug Bell..............244-9
Brenda Aldridge.....242-7
Bill Schertz.............242-7

131/2

Brenda Aldridge......246-12
Bill Schertz.............243-8
Steve Fesler............242-12

3 Gun

Doug Bell...............727-23
Bill Schertz............727-21
Brenda Aldridge.....724-27

Unlimited

#1

Ernie Jenderko........245-5
Doug Bell...............244-8
Brenda Aldridge......243-12

#2

Doug Bell...............240-8
Brenda Aldridge......237-6
Bill Smith...............236-6

#3

Doug Bell...............247-10
Brenda Aldridge......244-12
Ernie Jenderko.........239-9

Unlimited Agg

Doug Bell................731-26
Brenda Aldridge.......724-30
Ernie Jenderko.........712-15

William Smith
03-04-2013, 08:34 AM
Thanks Doug for posting the results, I'm just now thawing out somewhat. I think that's the coldest weather that I have ever tried to shoot in and it probably wouldn't have been so bad if the wind had died down some. I don't know what the actual wind-chill factor was, but I do know that my hands went on strike and wouldn't work. Thanks for all the support and to all who braved weather. Thumper

tuna921
03-04-2013, 06:21 PM
Thanks Doug for posting the results, I'm just now thawing out somewhat. I think that's the coldest weather that I have ever tried to shoot in and it probably wouldn't have been so bad if the wind had died down some. I don't know what the actual wind-chill factor was, but I do know that my hands went on strike and wouldn't work. Thanks for all the support and to all who braved weather. Thumper


Bill,

When does practice start for the Crawfish ? Hotels ? Ect.

Jim