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Thread: River Bend Gun Club's 2017 Centerfire Benchrest Matches -- Schedule and Results

  1. #16
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    July 8

    Looking forward to seeing all you guys
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    July '17 Match Report

    Well, it seems like lunch is getting to be the best part of the River Bend monthly club matches. Wilbur (yes, the ole cook and bottle washer here on the forum drove down from TN) brought to-die-for BBQ (he had smoked two pork butts for about 13 hours), buns, soft drinks, cake, condiments and utensils. Also, thanks to Phyllis Avery, Dee Griffith and Cheryl Hood for the home-cooked baked beans, slaw, chips, and pasta salad and the help in putting everything together. Keith Gantt came also to supervise Wilbur. Thanks to each of you!

    We had 14 shooters today, including Alan Wofford who came back from last month (when he was a first-time shooter at the RB club shoots), and Tim Singleton who drove down from NC for his first monthly club match at RB. The temperature in the shade was about 75 when we started shooting and about 84 when we finished.

    Charlie Hood and Scott Dittman each won two of the matches; the other match winners were: Roger Avery (1), Joe Bougard (1), Joel Danzig (1), Dave Rabin (1), Tim Singleton (1), and Tom Suswal (1). Joe had the small group at 100 yards (.122); however, Charlie won the 100 yard agg. with a .1980. Dave had the small group at 200 yards (.277); however Roger won the 200 yard agg. with a .2856 and he won the grand agg. with a .2665 -- beating Tim by .0223. I assume Roger took home the most money for having won the grand agg.

    In factory class, Hal Barnes won the 100 yard agg. with a .4204, and the 200 yard agg. with a .6452, and the grand agg. with a .5328.

    Thanks to Jim Andress for running the match, and Scott Dittman for scoring, and Wayne Hunt for helping with the targets, and to all the shooters for being there. It was a nice day!
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    It was a good day. I enjoyed catching up with everone and meeting Kieth

    Thanks to all for having me

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    Thanks to Bill Griffith for running the targets, Scott Dittman for scoring and Jim Andress for putting on the show and calling the match. I can't thank y'all enough, so much sacrifice from so few.

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    Aug '17 Match Report

    We had 10 shooters at the 100/200 yard UBR score match today; however, we would have had more except that Roger Avery (who had brought his camper to the range) had to leave for the hospital to help his daughter usher a new grandbaby into the world, Scott Dittman had to leave to help with an "emergency" at home, and Jim Andress chose not to shoot. The temperature in the shade was about 76 when we started shooting and about 85 when we finished.

    In the 100 yd agg., relatively-new-to-RB-matches Joel Danzig won with a 262, and Alan Wofford (back for his third shoot at River Bend) and Tom Suswal tied for second with a 260.

    In the 200 yd agg., Alan won with a 255, and Tom and Bill Dittman tied for second with a 243.

    Alan won the grand agg with a 515 (and I assume took home the most money), and Joel finished second with a 504.

    Dave Rabin won factory class with a 472 -- helped by Wayne Hunt's "misfire" on one target at 200 yds .

    Thanks to Jim Andress for running the match (i.e., scoring and being the range boss), Wayne Hunt for helping with the targets, and to all the shooters for being there. It was a nice day!
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    Sep '17 Match Report

    Now that Roger and Phyliss Avery have gotten grandbaby #6 into the world okay (see post #20 above) they joined us again today -- and Phyliss outdid herself (again) fixing lunch for us -- with Charlie Hood's help. Phyliss had oversized hotdogs, sides and deserts to go along with ribs fixed by Charlie. Thanks to both of you.

    We had 11 shooters today for the 100/200 yd group match. The temperature in the shade was about 59 when we started shooting and about 77 when we finished.

    Charlie Hood won four of the matches, Joe Bougard won three, and Scott Dittman, Miles Gibby and Bill Griffith each won match. Charlie and Scott both had screamers at 100 yds; Charlie had a .055 and a .090, and Scott had a .088. Joe Bougard had the small group at 200 yds with a .301.

    The top agg finishers were:

    100 yds
    Charlie Hood -- .1444 (shooting a 30BR)
    Scott Dittman -- .1502
    Roger Avery -- .2466

    200 yds
    Joe Bougard -- .3189
    Charlie Hood -- .3191
    Scott Dittman -- .3593

    Grand Agg
    Charlie Hood -- .2318
    Scott Dittman -- .2548
    Joe Bougard -- .2846


    In factory class, Dave Rabin won both yardages and the grand agg with scores of .5144, .7133 and .6139, respectively

    I assume Charlie took home the most money for having won the grand agg.

    Thanks to Jim Andress for running the match (and helping Scott score), Scott Dittman for scoring, Wayne Hunt for helping with the targets, those of you who helped move the target frames, and to all the shooters for being there. It was a nice day!

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    Great shooting
    Charlie's really got that 30 shooting!

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