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Thread: 2018 NBRSA Group Nationals - Mike Conry wins HV100

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    2018 NBRSA Group Nationals - Mike Conry wins HV100

    Mike Conry won HV100 with .1666. Gary Bristow was second with .1722 and Larry Costa third with .1732.

    Unlimited 200 tomorrow and I'll start adding grand aggs.

    Results are attached.

    Steve

    Update 9/13/18...Apparently one of the scores was entered incorrectly so I am updating the results. This did not affect the winners.

    Steve
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    Last edited by Steve Lee; 09-14-2018 at 06:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Lee View Post
    Mike Conry won HV100 with .1666. Gary Bristow was second with .1722 and Larry Costa third with .1732.

    Unlimited 200 tomorrow and I'll start adding grand aggs.

    Results are attached.

    Steve
    Thanks Steve

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    Dont Mess with Texas

    Way to go Mike Conry and Gary Bristow. Another Texan ,Mike Bryant is hanging tough. These guys shoot in wind conditions that you dont see in Michigan.

    If you think you can shoot Benchrest,you need to plan on attending a match at Midland,Tx, Lubbock,Tx. A good test would be a match any where in Texas.


    Hang in there guys.



    Glenn

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    Thanks:

    STEVE: You southeast shooters need to "tighten up" come on guys my money is on ya'll!!!

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    Wow, a .200" agg good for 23rd place!!!???

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    Quote Originally Posted by markharp View Post
    Wow, a .200" agg good for 23rd place!!!???
    I was thinking the same thing..and have been thinking it for some time now. When I gave it up a .200 would win most anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilbur View Post
    I was thinking the same thing..and have been thinking it for some time now. When I gave it up a .200 would win most anywhere.
    It looks like the Aggs are exceptionally good in all of the classes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackie schmidt View Post
    It looks like the Aggs are exceptionally good in all of the classes.
    Jackie, I think youíd have been right at home at Holton shooting at Tomball as much as you do. We started with the LV 200 in the morning after about a 2.5 hour delay for the fog to burn off and it had a lot of boiling mirage. The crosshair would bounce up and down on the sight picture for about half to 3/4 the height of the ten ring. Iíd always heard to watch for cloud cover when you were shooting and that showed up for the first target of the Sporter 200. The sight picture was as good as it gets for 200 and the flags were barely moving. We shot the third target at about 7 pm and had to start the fourth group of Sporter Saturday morning. It seemed really good for the third target but Holtonís Gremlins came out as targets up and down the line had a lot bigger groups than what it looked like the conditions warranted. It amazed me that in the heavy mirage there was that there were so many groups shot on the .1ís and .2ís at 200. The only problem I have with Holton is the almost 1200 miles driving to get there. For a lot of people itís even more than that. We were down in numbers on the Texas shooters there from those who usually shoot the Nationals. Iím sure the distance had a lot to do with it. I think there were five Texans there and John Jones didnít shoot. So, four of us competing, Mike Conry, Gary, Gene and myself. Every time you went to the line you felt like you had the opportunity to shoot a dot whether you did or not. Not quite like Texas where you hope to survive without shooting a big one.

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