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Old 11-07-2003, 07:17 PM
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MASTER Class: 50 yards - Score Range: 240 - 250
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248-5x Mike Hunter (Forester). Summerville South Carolina
Time Precision rifle Sightron 36x scope. Lilja 18 twist barrel
Jewell 2oz trigger set at 2 oz. Lee Six Stock. Eley Match EPS ammo
Calm conditions.
You talk about a happy boy--not only is this my personal best on the USBR
target, but I shot it with the new 18 twist barrel I've been trying to get
to shoot. Well, it looks like it's starting to. Last time out with it, I
shot a 249 12x (RBA), and this one would have been a 250 16x on the RBA
target. Think I'll keep it.

245-5x Ken Henderson Parish, New York (TangoTwo)
Suhl. Leupold 36. Lapua Multimatch Ultra
Beautiful day sunny and warm managable winds.
This is a personal best for me.
This score was the first target I shot that day.

245-4x Brian Headlee, New Richmond, Wisconsin (Tenspot)
Anschutz 1409 Super Match. Weaver T36. Eley Match EPS
Factory gun. I had the front ring grooved for scope mounting, refinished
the stock, and made a butt pad for it. Cool morning, fairly still. I settled down here at 50 this month and
things just clicked into place. This is my personal best score at 50yds.

243-7x Mike Desaire. La Mesa, California
Turbo custom rifle. Weaver T-36 scope. Lapua Multi-Match ammo.

242-6x Jim Pollard. Kingsland, Texas (graybeard)
Custom, Weaver T36 scope, Lapua Midas M
Turbo, Lilja, Jewell, McMillian, Hoehn, Hongisto
Light wind switching. The wind got me bad twice. Shot a 7 on the first line and a 8 on the second line of targets.

242-4x Larry Fletcher, Newark, Delaware (Retiree)
Anschutz 64 MPR. Weaver T36. Winchester Xpert HV HP (SideMatch)
No custom work or parts; Cowan rest, Protektor Bags.
Clear, 55 degrees, wind calm. Might have done better if only Id discovered my loose action screws BEFORE I shot the side match.

241-4x Gary Lemons Afton, Tennessee. (Tn. Hillbilly)
Sako Sightron 36x42 Eley EPS
Walther barrel, McMillan stock, Jewell trigger

240-4x John Harris. Jamul, California (Gordon Gauge)
Suhl 150 rifle. Leupold 36X scope. Federal 900A ammo.

240-3x Stan Gibbs. Kingsland, Texas (Claybuster)
Anschutz Match 54 BSA 36X scope Wolf MT ammo
Box stock 1962 Match 54 Heavy 26" barrel 2-3 oz. trigger
Had a 237/5x & a 239/7x with the old gun this month. Tried one
more time today to better it. Got a 240 but only 3 x's.........


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EXPERT Class: 50 Yards - Score range: 230-239
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239-2x John Day, Austin Texas
Suhl 150. Leupold 36 scope. Eley Tenex
BR stock, pillar bedded, Hoehn tuner.

239-0x Paul Jenkins. Wilmington, Delaware
Anschutz 1710HB. Weaver T36. Lapua Midas M.
Pillar bedded.
Clear, 65 degrees, wind 5 mph.

237-6x Mike Chappelear, Bassett,Virginia.(Pinball)
Anschutz 1710 HB. Weaver T36. SK Jagd Subsonic Hollowpoints
Winds are getting worse by the day.It's good practice though.

237-2x Tyler Griffin Meridian Mississippi (treeratkilla8)
Anschutz 1710D. Weaver v-24. SK Subsonic hollowpoints
Custom(with lightened trigger) this is a person best for me
Wind wasn't too bad, had to wait it out sometimes but i managed to shoot when it wasn't blowing most of the time.

236-3x Ken Noye. Melbourne, Victoria.
Bruno CZ. Tasco 6-24. SK.
Custom laminate stock, Sportco barrel, gunsmithing by Procal.

235-4x Fergus Bailey. Spotswood, Victoria.
Walther. Lynx 6-24. RWS R50.
Custom laminate stock, Maddco barrel, gunsmithing by Procal.
Conditions: moderate left to right breeze, with occasional switches to 12 o'clock and very occasional reverses. Around 55 degrees. This shoot saw a slight improvement in my 50 yard PB, up from a 235-2x last shoot, to a 235-4x this shoot.

234-3x Danny Dickey. Lovelady, Texas (Marble8)
Ruger 10/22. Simmons 800116 @ 32x. Wolf MT
Fajen TH Sporter, GM 20" SS, Speedlock hammer, CPC bolt work, JB Weld on sear, VQ extractor, Dakotan buffer, overtravel screw on trigger, glass bedded action and 2" of barrel, Bughole tuner, VQ bolt release and mag release, shimmed inside of action top and side to tighten bolt play.

233-5x Phil Nesmith. Hanceville, Alabama (Phil in Alabama)
Kimber Classic sporter. Leupold 2.5-8x VxIII. Wolf Match Target
Caldwell rear bag, plain sandbag front, action bedded with Glasbed,
Trigger adjusted to 24 ounces. WMT strikes again! Also shot one target with Eley Match EPS, best I could do was 228. My best score so far. Bring on the squirrels, I can't miss after this!

233-2x Larry Fletcher, Newark, Delaware (Retiree)
Anschutz 64 MPR. Weaver T36. Eley EPS.
No custom work or parts; Cowan rest, Protektor Bags.
Partly cloudy, 65 degrees, gusty wind 0 to 10 mph.

233 2x Gary Lemons Afton, Tennessee. (Tn. Hillbilly)
Anschutz Sporter Burris HBRll 6x Eley EPS
54.18 action, Stith stock, factory barrel

233-2x Jim Pollard. Kingsland, Texas (graybeard)
Anschutz 54 Supermatch, Weaver 36T scope, Federal Lighting (BAB)
Pillar bedded and pad on forearm, Hoehn tuner
Very light wind switching. (personal best)"

232-6x Steven Bressan. Phoenix, Arizona
Ruger 10-22. Simmons scope @ 32 power Lapua
Hogue Barrel, Clark hammer, ball point pen spring, Fajen thumbhole stock heavily modified, Weld bedded, Home made barrel tuner. Trigger set to 14 oz. Wichita Rifle Rest with Protecto front and rear bags plus bag for right hand to rest on.

232-3x Tommy Wood. Port St. Joe, Florida
Anshutz 54-18. Burris HBR 6X. Lapua Midas M

232-1x Mike Johnson. Daphne, Alabama (Sailor)
Anschutz M64 MSR, Weaver T-36, Wolf MT
Windy conditions from all directions
Sorry fellow Alabama shooters!
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Old 11-07-2003, 09:44 PM
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I think my BAB score at 50 got skipped over. Here is a copy of my score that was posted earlier.
thanks
Jim

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233/ 2X / 50 Jim Pollard, Kingsland, Texas (graybeard)
Anschutz 54 Supermatch, Weaver 36T scope, Federal Lighting BAB
Pillar bedded and pad on forearm, Hoehn tuner
Very light wind switching. (personal best)"
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Hi Jim:

I added that BAB score to the 50 yard bulletin.

That was not a database error. It was one of those "ME" errors.

Cut/Copy/Paste is my big headache. I am working on some changes to cut down on this kind of error.

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Joe,
My score of 244-9X at 50 yards was also skipped over. I listed it under NC scores in the thread?
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