River Bend Gun Club's 2017 Centerfire Benchrest Matches -- Schedule
See schedule attached; also, see www.rbgc.org for more information (including directions).
Per Jim Andress, "RBGC matches are open to the public. Matches typically begin at 9:00AM, so arrive early. Cost for non-registered matches is typically $20. RV parking is available."
At some matches, Jim pays money to the winners -- so, don't risk leaving money on the table by not being there.
Last edited by Hunter; 12-28-2016 at 03:19 PM.
Jan '17 Match Results
We had ten shooters at the 100/200 yard group, club match at River Bend today, including Mark Roper who, as far as I know, made his first appearance at a RBGC "club" shoot, and long-absent Steve Sanford. The in-the-shade temperature was about 52° when we started shooting and about 70° when we finished; it was a NICE day.
Jim Andress paid money to the winner of each match. Mark Roper shot the small group in three of the ten matches; the other small-group shooters were: Jim Andress (2), Roger Avery (2), Charlie Hood (2), and Scott Dittman (1). Mark had the small group at 100 yds with a .131; Charlie had the small group at 200 yds with a .224.
Scott Dittman won the 100 yard agg with a .2930; Roger Avery won the 200 yard agg with a .2431, and he won the grand agg with a .2923 -- beating Jim Andress by .0075 in the grand. I assume Roger took home the most money for having won the grand agg.
We're shooting score next month on the second Saturday -- come shoot with us.
Feb '17 Match Results
We had 14 shooters at the 100/200 yard UBR score match at River Bend today, including three new-to-River Bend shooters: Bob Baker (who came over from AL with Rick Fox from Nashville), Fred Niemiroff, and Jeff Tirpak; also, long-absent Ben Foster joined us. The in-the-shade temperature was about 43° when we started shooting and about 58° when we finished; the wind was negligible.
Dave Rabin and Charlie Hood, both shooting in the custom class, tied for the high score in the 100 yard agg with a 260; Bob Baker, shooting in the unlimited class with an "overweight" bag gun, had the high score in the 200 yd agg with a 257 (that included one target with a perfect score), and he had the high score for the grand agg with a 516 -- nine points ahead of the next closest score. I assume Bob took home a wad of money for having been the "Top Gun."
It was a nice day!
Originally Posted by Hunter