June Mail in Match for Fellow THR Members


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ReadyontheRight
June 1, 2003, 12:23 PM
Eight shots at Five charging Rhinos (http://www.mytargets.com/target63%20rhino%20x5.pdf)

It could happen to you.

You are exploring the far reaches of your local State forest, carrying your favorite weapon. You stumble upon an illegal rhino farm operated by crack addicts who mix powdered rhino horn in for their celebrity clients. They see you coming and sic five of their meanest rhinos on you.

You can't run. You can't hide. There are no benches, trees or steady-sticks nearby, but you can shoot prone, sitting, on one knee, standing or however you would shoot your best unaided. No time limit (these are slow, but deadly and determined, rhinos).

You only have eight rounds. 10 points for each shot inside a rhino target (you don't necessarily have to hit the rhino outline, just break a target line). 20 bonus points for hitting all five rhino targets. 100 possible points. The center dot on each rhino is the "X". Tiebreakers determined by "X" hits and then by scoring inside the rings.

Post target at 50 yards.

Rifle class -- 8 shots with any rifle or slug shotgun with iron sites.
Scoped class -- 8 shots with any scoped rifle, pistol or slug shotgun.
Pistol class -- 8 Shots with any unscoped pistol.
Shotgun class -- You happen to have a shotgun along -- but only three shells. Only 3 shots allowed in the shotgun class.

I will allow three entries again this month, so try a rifle, a pistol and your shotgun.

El Rojo has worn me down, so beginning this month and from now on -- your HIGHEST score will count toward your yearly total. I will only allow three entries per person from now on. All must be in a different class unless otherwise noted.

Download the target here from the great folks at www.mytargets.com:

http://www.mytargets.com/target63%20rhino%20x5.pdf

Please write in your score since birdshot will be difficult to score.

This month's target has no info on it, so please write in the following:

www.TheHighRoad.org Member Name

____________________________________


Class________________________

Date_________________

Weapon used___________________Caliber______

Score _____/100 _____X

Signature________________________

Mail to:
Mail in Match
P.O. Box 24211
Minneapolis, MN 55424-0211
ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY 6/30/03

Safe shooting and good luck!

P.S. These are very thin-skinned rhinos, so one pellet of birdshot, a .22 or a .45-70 all count the same if they hit inside the target.

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DeputyVaughn
June 1, 2003, 03:57 PM
Looks like a fun target this month.

Scott

El Rojo
June 1, 2003, 04:08 PM
What a great target! This one should be fun! I don't know about using my Pistol on this one, but I got a few rifles I can use. And thank you for finally giving in to my constant nagging. I hope I reminded you of your wife, I figured that would get me some results! Either that or you were going to head into the reloading room never to exit again. :D

photo_guy
June 1, 2003, 09:22 PM
Hey, these targets don't overlap this month!:D

El Rojo - I think you should have to use a handgun on this target since you used a rifle on the pistol target last month.

Unscoped pistol at 50yrds? Yikes!

ROTR - I have no idea how you are going to score the shotgun class targets. That will be interesting.

El Rojo
June 2, 2003, 01:12 AM
That wasn't a rifle. It was an improved pistol with a barrel over 6" in length.

photo_guy
June 2, 2003, 01:14 AM
"improved pistol"

Oh yeah, I forgot.:p

ReadyontheRight
June 4, 2003, 12:27 AM
Please be sure to write your THR member name, your Class and your score on the target!

Our first attempt at a shotgun category should be interesting!

Does anyone have any experience, stories or speculation as to what would be needed to REALLY take down a charging rhino? :uhoh:

photo_guy
June 4, 2003, 01:53 AM
...what would be needed to REALLY take down a charging rhino?

Take away his credit card? :D

Quantrill
June 4, 2003, 03:09 PM
ROTR,
Back in the 1950's (Iwas in the 8th grade-1958) I met a man who had just moved in an apartment nearby my parents house. His apartment, which he shared with his son (my new classmate) was packed with rifles, shotguns and pistols (more than most gunstores in the area). I found out later, that he was the civilian head of the Frankford Arsenal which was still going strong in those days. He had just returned from Africa where he had been on safari and had shot all the big game animals of the day. After he retired and moved away, he became an elephant control officer in some African country. All this leads up to that he had shot a charging Rhino and (obviously) killed it in the nick of time. He said (and I have no reason to disbelieve it), that he had killed it, while it was charging him and his "hunter" with an M1 Garand loaded with Gov't ball ammo, all 8 shots up his nose. Later on the man wrote articles for the "American Rifleman" and contributed to the NRA Handloader's Guide. Quantrill

280PLUS
June 9, 2003, 10:08 AM
out there at 50 yds, i can't see the dang things, i did manage to nick one of them though, with the bushy, open sights, figured the pistol would only make me feel worse...

besides, i'd already been run over and horribly killed by the first five rhinos...

:D

duh, now that i'm looking around again i'm noticing the target i used didnt print the red,

do you guys mind if i take another crack at it?

i'll send you both targets for that one, just so's you can see

later...nope, still not printing red:banghead: :cuss: :fire:

is it ok to color it in by hand? or use post its?

ReadyontheRight
June 9, 2003, 11:20 AM
280Plus - No problem re-printing and re-shooting if you did not have the complete target printed. Is anyone else having this problem? Maybe try printing in black ink only. Coloring it in is also a good idea.

I think this one's going to be all luck. I just hope to get all 8 shots on the paper.

pytron
June 9, 2003, 12:43 PM
How the heck am I going to hit a charging rhino at 50 yards with my P-32? I'm lucky if I can hit a paper plate at 50 feet! Maybe I'll have to break out the 22 rifle for this month.

-Pytron

cordex
June 9, 2003, 01:16 PM
So here's my choice:
I could pull out my new scoped Savage and know I will hit every shot, but be competing against people who will complain that they didn't strike the geometric center of the X, or I could use my snubby .357 and be lucky to hit the paper ...
Hmmm.
I'm thinkin' the snubby sounds like more fun. Or maybe the Savage at 150. Heh. Then I'd have an excuse as to why I barely broke the line.

By the way, RotR, if you need me to host any targets, I'd be happy to do so. I know this one has a good host, but just for future reference.

280PLUS
June 9, 2003, 01:33 PM
it hasnt been the same since the great sbc/yahoo "update" or the printer wants red ink again, but i thought i just did that...

as long as noone minds if i color it so maybe i got something to aim at i'll be ok

i'm an old blind fart anyhoo,,,

:rolleyes:

but i was pickin' off the broken pieces of orange clay bird at 100 yds yesterday sooo,,,

man is that fun!

:D

El Rojo
June 10, 2003, 09:16 PM
I could pull out my new scoped Savage and know I will hit every shot, but be competing against people who will complain that they didn't strike the geometric center of the X.PROVE IT. Talk is cheap.

I plan on using my Swedish 6.5x55 Mauser just for the fun of it. I probably ought to use my M1 Garand, M1A, or Swedish Mauser, but what the heck. That takes care of the rifle no scope class. Then I will use my 10/22 for the scope class. Forget the pistols. And I might as well shoot some slugs out of the 870P for the Shotgun class.

The best thing about this month, we can shoot anyway we want as long as it is unaided. So to clarify, that means no bipods, no slings, no sticks. We can shoot prone, kneeling, sitting, or standing, but with nothing else attached to the gun right? I was getting tired of those standing only targets, they were too hard! :o

cordex
June 11, 2003, 03:24 PM
PROVE IT. Talk is cheap.
*laugh* Okay. You did understand I was saying I was confident that I'd hit the target each time and be competing against people who really knew what they were doing, not that I would be the one hitting the geometric center of the X, right?

Will try to get out this weekend sometime.

photo_guy
June 11, 2003, 09:38 PM
You can't run. You can't hide. There are no benches, trees or steady-sticks nearby, but you can shoot prone, sitting, on one knee, standing or however you would shoot your best unaided. No time limit (these are slow, but deadly and determined, rhinos).

ROTR - can you clarify the rules here. The range I go to does not have a set-up to allow shooting prone. Standing or sitting seems like a significant disadvantage to prone. Would a "simulated prone" be acceptable for this contest? i.e. no direct support for the firearm but shooter seated in a firing bay with elbows on the table? Or is that considered supported and not acceptable for this contest?

Also, does a must a 'hit' be within the target rings or does breaking the Rhino outline also count?(like at the bottom area of the target.


I just returned from vacation and I'm ready to give this latest challenge a try. I can see these contests are going to make me clean a lot of guns. I haven't taken the rifles out for quite some time.

El Rojo
June 12, 2003, 11:38 AM
Cordex. Yeah I get it more now. Sorry. I don't know what is wrong with me.

Personally, without a sling, I think I am going to shoot on my butt rather than prone. You can get into a pretty good lock with your elbows on your knees in the sitting position. From prone, I don't see it being as good. Then again, I might be wrong.

ReadyontheRight
June 16, 2003, 02:41 PM
We can shoot prone, kneeling, sitting, or standing, but with nothing else attached to the gun right?

Correct.

Would a "simulated prone" be acceptable for this contest? i.e. no direct support for the firearm but shooter seated in a firing bay with elbows on the table?

I'd prefer that you don't use a table. As El Rojo points out, you can get a pretty solid surface shooting seated with legs crossed if that works at your range.

Also, does a must a 'hit' be within the target rings or does breaking the Rhino outline also count?(like at the bottom area of the target.

Breaking either the red target or the rhino anywhere counts as a "hit".

photo_guy
June 16, 2003, 05:10 PM
I'd prefer that you don't use a table. As El Rojo points out, you can get a pretty solid surface shooting seated with legs crossed if that works at your range.

Thanks for the clarifications. Although you stated that in a nice way I will interpret that as a "no, it is not acceptable for this contest".

I guess I'll have to try unsupported, standing as the primary range I use does not allow for other options.

El Rojo
June 17, 2003, 03:22 AM
If you used a table, I would think you would need to be required to shoot with your elbows on the table in order to be fair. I would think that I would be able to use my non-trigger arm nearly like a sand bag from a bench, but due to the ground being flat with no where to put your body below the plane, you wouldn't be able to do this without a table as your neck would be too kinked. Actually I just tried it from my typing desk and from the ground and doesn't seem to make too much of a difference without a gun. However, re-reading the rules it is pretty specific. There are no benches, trees or steady-sticks nearby, but you can shoot prone, sitting, on one knee, standing or however you would shoot your best unaided. Hard to argue with that one. No benches seems to mean no benches. If your range won't let you sit on your butt, then you might be stuck standing. Another option is to research other ranges in your area or even take a drive to see if you can't find a nice legal place to shoot however you want. That is easy for me to say where I live, you might have to drive 30 minutes to an hour! However, if you take enough guns, ammo, and friends, this is often quite worth the drive in order to do what you want in a safe manner. Plus I think you get points for getting new people to shoot the THR Postal match right? ;)

Man I need to make plans when I am going to go shoot this one. Maybe after work or in two Sunday's. Fun fun fun!

photo_guy
June 17, 2003, 10:29 AM
Hard to argue with that one. No benches seems to mean no benches.

No arguement. My question was answered by ROTR.

I'm just trying to work around the set-up at ranges I have convieniently available. They have shooting bays with tables at mid-section height and no provision for shooting prone, seated, etc.

There is another (outdoor)range I go to but it is an hour drive each way. I had hoped to try this target after our local IPSC match at that range this last weekend but we were rained out. Perhaps I will get out there this weekend.

ReadyontheRight
June 17, 2003, 12:21 PM
Photo Guy -- I'll give you a break for your situation -- try the target standing and if you get a chance to get to a range where you can shoot prone, throw out your standing scores and send in the prone scores.

It probably points out my inexperience, but I often score BETTER standing offhand than prone. I think it makes me think about the shot less. I also don't have a shooting jacket and all that fun stuff.

photo_guy
June 17, 2003, 01:34 PM
I'll give you a break for your situation

ROTR - Thanks. I suspect there must be others in the same situation. So, it should be a general rule rather than an exception IMO.

I'm not that great of a shot either. No fancy equipment, etc. I am pretty sure I could do much better from prone that standing off-hand. Prone provides much more support as you have no choice but to use your elbows on the nice, firm ground. Holding a rifle steady off-hand is much more difficult for me, anyway.

I'll see if I can try it both ways.

El Rojo
June 18, 2003, 12:08 AM
ROTR you are a good guy. I think these matches are great. I am getting out and shooting my guns at least once a month because of this. Without it, I don't know if I would make time.

photo_guy
June 18, 2003, 01:47 AM
ROTR you are a good guy. I think these matches are great. I am getting out and shooting my guns at least once a month because of this. Without it, I don't know if I would make time.

I agree. I try to get out once a month anyway but these matches are giving me a reason to bring some of the guns out of the back of the safe that I don't use often. Of course this means more cleaning...oh well.

ReadyontheRight
June 18, 2003, 06:56 PM
I just looked a little more closely at the target. If you shoot the rhino's FEET, it counts as a hit. If you shoot the rhino's SHADOW, it does not count as a hit.

I just hope to get 8 shots on the paper. I'll probably have to screw the l---o----n----g barrel onto the Dan Wesson for this one.:D

If Photo Guy's situation applies to anyone else, go ahead and shoot twice and discard your standing shots if you happen to get out again to a place where you can shoot prone.

El Rojo
June 19, 2003, 02:15 AM
Now if you decide to shoot prone, you must discard your standing shots right? Even if you do better standing. So if you get a 100, don't reshoot! :D

Darn I still need to schedule some shooting time in. I keep forgeting. It is supposed to be in the high 80's tomorrow. Sounds like a fine day to go shooting!

ReadyontheRight
June 19, 2003, 11:18 AM
Now if you decide to shoot prone, you must discard your standing shots right? Even if you do better standing. So if you get a 100, don't reshoot!

What El Rojo said.:)

Quantrill
June 19, 2003, 11:19 AM
Let me get this right. We are shooting 8 shots at 5 Rhinos - or - are we shooting 8 shots at 8 Rhinos (2 pieces of paper)? Where does it say "no Sling"? I did not see that or is that automatically included as as "aid". Thanks for straightening me out. Quantrill

El Rojo
June 19, 2003, 08:45 PM
8 shots at five rhinos. 10 points per hit for a total of 80 points. If you hit all 8 shots, then you get a 20 point bonus for a grand total of 100 points. As far as I was able to gather and from posts above, no aid means no aid, which means no sling. The only thing that should be supporting the rifle is a body part or combination of body parts from only your body. ROTR will correct me if I am wrong. I am taking my wife and we are going to shoot right now.

El Rojo
June 20, 2003, 02:43 AM
Well went out and shot the match today with the wife (Kellann) (http://home.bak.rr.com/elrojo14/pictures/kellym1g.jpg). Once again, the difference between a perfect score and my score was one shot and it was just to the right just like the poker shoot last month! Oh well. My wife did well.

I did shoot a few slugs at my practice manila folder, then gave it up. I swear I can't hit crap with slugs! If I were shooting at a man size target, I would have to aim at their genitals in order to hit them in the chest or get lucky with a head shot! Yeah it is that bad. So I decided to shoot some #7s I had laying around. I got like 12 pellets on! Then when I got home, I realized there was a reason it seemed so easy to get at least 8 pellets on the rhinos when I shot 8 shells, ooops, I was only supposed to shoot three! I will toss that target, I think I will take my hunting 870 out with the full choke in a couple days and see if I can't get a 100 with it.

I did use a Ruger 10/22 scoped and a stock Swede M96. (http://home.bak.rr.com/elrojo14/pictures/rojom96b.jpg) Here is an interesting picture of how I modified my Swede Mauser's front sight. (http://home.bak.rr.com/elrojo14/pictures/m96fp.jpg) Everyone knows how high those things shoot at 100 yards. So I cut off a slim piece of target paster and stuck it about 1/16" above the post. It worked pretty good. I aimed right at the center rhino and it was only about 2-3" high instead of about 7-8". I just went for it after that and did ok. I won't post my score or target until the match is over.

http://home.bak.rr.com/elrojo14/pictures/rojom96d.jpg

Grump
June 20, 2003, 04:06 AM
For July, can we shoot 1777-era British soldiers wearing French hats?

Quantrill
June 20, 2003, 10:55 AM
OK! I got it now. 8 shots at 5 Rhinos and no sling. Thanks E.R. What I need now is time and a dry day. Quantrill

ReadyontheRight
June 21, 2003, 10:53 AM
Let's go with no slings as El Rojo suggested.

photo_guy
June 28, 2003, 09:14 PM
You only have eight rounds. 10 points for each shot inside a rhino target (you don't necessarily have to hit the rhino outline, just break a target line). 20 bonus points for hitting all five rhino targets. 100 possible points. The center dot on each rhino is the "X". Tiebreakers determined by "X" hits and then by scoring inside the rings.

ROTR - I was able to get out and shoot this target from prone (and it did help). However I thought I understood the scoring until I went to actually do it. As written above each hit is worth 10 points but there is a 20 point bonus for hitting all five rhinos. The only way I see to get the max of 100 points is to hit all five AND not have any misses. That would mean a target with five hits on five rhinos but three misses would get 70 points.
Am I interpreting this correctly?

BTW - will you accept scans or jpg images as valid entries?

ReadyontheRight
June 29, 2003, 12:29 AM
That would mean a target with five hits on five rhinos but three misses would get 70 points.

5 Rhino Hits = 50 points
+ Bonus for hitting all 5 rhinos = 20 points

Total = 70 Points

Correct!

Yes! Scanned images are acceptable. e-mail to mailinmatch@yahoo.com.

Actually, the easiest way for me is if you post your score and target right here on THR - unless of course our hosts would rather keep scanned target images off of their bandwidth.

ReadyontheRight
June 29, 2003, 12:39 AM
Sorry shooters, but I will not be able to score this month's target until July 8th. I did not make it to the post office this morning and I am heading out of town for a week's vacation.

I apologize for any inconvenience. I'm hoping you are all out enjoying some Independance Day time off also. God Bless the USA!

This month's participation has been fairly light, so I will extend the shooting until Sunday July 7th. If you get out and shoot, post your class, score, weapon and caliber here on this thread (we're under the honor system here!) and I will include it in this month's total.

DeputyVaughn
June 29, 2003, 02:10 AM
Shot my target this morning with my Mosin Nagant. Warning: Shooting that sucker prone HURTS! I tried the first 4 shots prone and the second 4 from a seated position. I did better seated. Finished with 6 hits on 5 Rinos. Scored it as 80 in the stock Rifle class. I hope to take a shot (no pun intended) at it with a pistol before time runs out. So far this was the best month's target. very challenging to have to hit 5 separate spots on the paper.

Scott

El Rojo
June 29, 2003, 02:41 AM
I didn't think of it that way! Darn! When I missed that 5th rhino on my like 4th shot, I just thought I had blown it. With this extension does that mean all of our old scores are invalid??? :scrutiny: I am sure the odds of that happening are as good as my odds of getting you guys to finally accept that my CCW rig was that over 6" barrel Garand pistol from last month.

DeputyVaughn
June 29, 2003, 01:47 PM
El Rojo,
I hope my post wasn't confusing. I scored 6/8 hits. I hit all 5 Rino's once and one of them twice, that's 60 points for the hits and the 20 bonus for hitting all 5 Rinos.

Anyway I intend to try to shoot the target again with my Witness 45ACP if I can make the time and maybe with the Mossberg if my shoulder recovers from the pounding the Mosin gave it shooting prone (LOL).

Scott

El Rojo
June 29, 2003, 02:31 PM
No I understood. I was thinking the bonus only applied when you had all hits on. A simple misunderstanding, however, I will deal with it. I still have the 870, full choke, and some 7 1/2s that I can try and go get that 100 with sometime today or tomorrrow. Actually, all the way until the 7th. It is all good.

Quantrill
June 30, 2003, 10:42 AM
Finally got a dry day. I think I did pretty well. I tried looking though iron sights and could not get a sight picture so I went to a scope. Quantrill

ACP230
June 30, 2003, 03:07 PM
I shot a couple of targets this morning, June 30.

In handgun class I shot a Ruger Redhawk .41 Magnum. Its a blued gun with a five and a half inch barrel.
I got a score of 30. Two hits on the middle rhino and one on the top right hand rhino. The rest were off the paper, one high, the rest low or low and left. I shot with two hands from standng and used single action.

In shotgun class I used my Dad's old 12 gauge Winchester Model 12 dating from the 1930s. I shot from standing and used Remington Game Loads with six shot and got a score of 80, hitting four of the five rhinos. I patterned this shotgun for turkey several years ago with these shells and expected better results.

280PLUS
July 1, 2003, 05:26 PM
1. too much rain and too little time

2. i was going to shoot at least an open sight rifle sunday and email it but found out the hard way that the range closes at 3 on sunday in the summer, got there at like 2, i was just gettin tuned in and i hadda pack it up. :banghead:

i may still shoot it just for giggles next weekend if i get the chance

i kinda want to try the shotgun too but then i'll have to clean it :rolleyes:

good luck all!

;)

ohhh, just noticed the extension, will i make it on the 7th???

the pressure is on...:what:

:D

Mal H
July 1, 2003, 05:39 PM
I checked in here to see who had won and - Extension?! Good! Like 280plus said, the rain was attrocious in June (and May, and April). And I was out of the country for more than half the month - honest! :)

Now let's all get out and try to shoot those evil Rhinos!

Robert J McElwain
July 3, 2003, 05:32 PM
Shot my Rhinos today. 97 degrees out there. Shot two classes

Scoped Class ............ 30 ........ Scoped .22 rifle

Pistol Class .............. 20 ............... .22 semi auto pistol


Thanks for the extension and thanks for doing all the work to make these possible.

Robert J. McElwain

photo_guy
July 5, 2003, 12:34 PM
I was hoping to make it out to the range again this weekend and try the shotgun class on this target but the weather is not going to let that happen.

Therefore, here are my scores, such as they are:

Scoped Class (scoped rifle - Ruger 10/22, prone) Score = 80pts

Pistol Class (Brolin .45 1911a1, 2-hand unsupported) Score = 10pts


This 1911 is shooting off to the left a bit at this range, only one shot hit a rhino but five were on the target.


Thanks for running to contest ROTR!

El Rojo
July 8, 2003, 02:33 AM
Darn it! I went and shot my shotgun target with the Remington 870 and a full choke. I pretty much figured after looking at it in the field that I got the 8 hits. Well I get home and I am double checking it and the three pellets that I thought broke the line didn't!!! Darn it!!! I got a 90/100-0X! Darn darn darn darn. :banghead: It would have been real easy to say I got it, but this is the honor system. Oh well. A 90/100 should bring up my average. ROTR I will e-mail you the target.

So ROTR

El Rojo
Shotgun Class
7/7/03
Remington 870
Score 90/100-0X

ReadyontheRight
July 9, 2003, 12:04 AM
Rifle Class - With 80 points Deputy Vaughn wins the iron sites rifle category hitting all five rhinos but scoring two fliers - 1/2 from the prone position and 1/2 from seated.

Scoped Class - Quantrill gets a perfect 100 to win the Scoped class - all inside the rings! (Quantrill -- you don't have to waste your $$$ overnighting your target -- very nice shooting, but you can just post your score on THR)

Pistol (or "Lucky") Class -- ACP230 and ROTR tie for 3 hits and 30 points before being trampled by the remaining rhinos. ACP230 shot standing while ROTR learned how to shoot pistol from the prone position. ROTR was trampled while trying to get out of the prone position, ACP230 was able to run, so he was sweaty and tired when trampled.

Shotgun - Your virtual rangemaster ROTR scores a 100 with the turkey gun from the sitting position. Now I just need a turkey to wander within 50 yards of the Mossberg while I'm awake.

Nice shooting on a challenging target everyone! That whole piece of paper was smaller than my GP100 front site at 50 yards and those red and gray rhinos don't exactly stand out.

DeputyVaughn 80 Rifle Mosin Nagant 7.62x54
El Rojo 60 Rifle Carl Gustav Model 96 6.5x55mm
T. Stahl 40 Rifle Enfield No. 4 Mk1 .303 British
ReadyontheRight 40 Rifle Mossberg M44US .22lr

Quantrill 100 Scoped Rem #788 .223 Rem
Outlander 80 Scoped Remington 597 .22lr
Photo-Guy 80 Scoped Ruger 10/22 .22lr
El Rojo 70 Scoped Ruger 10/22 .22lr
Kellann 50 Scoped Ruger 10/22
Robert J McElwain 30 Scoped Rifle .22lr

ACP230 30 Pistol Ruger Redhawk .41 Mag
ReadyontheRight 30 Pistol Ruger GP100 .357 mag
Robert J McElwain 20 Pistol Semi Auto .22lr
Photo-Guy 20 Pistol Brolin .45 1911a1 .45 ACP

ReadyontheRight 100 Shotgun Mossberg 835 w/ Undertaker Turkey choke 12ga
El Rojo 90 Shotgun Remington 870 12ga
ACP230 80 Shotgun Winchester Model 12 12ga

Welcome Kellann! Nice shootin'!

ReadyontheRight
July 9, 2003, 12:24 AM
Please note -- beginning this month and continuing through 2003, your BEST score is applied to your YTD score if you have more than one entry.

Participant Name/ YTD Curved Score/ # of scores/ Average Score

DeputyVaughn 521.4 6.0 86.9
Outlander 375.0 4.0 93.8
ReadyontheRight 330.4 4.0 82.6
Thirties 310.6 4.0 77.7
El Rojo 301.5 5.0 60.3
Bedlamite 260.6 3.0 86.9
Peter Gun 257.4 3.0 85.8
CharleyM3 236.4 3.0 78.8
Quantrill 195.0 2.0 97.5
Monster 190.5 2.0 95.3
Larry_Minn 187.5 2.0 93.8
ACP230 160.0 3.0 53.3
Kumma 156.8 3.0 52.3
Photo-Guy 150.0 2.0 75.0
T.Stahl 128.9 2.0 64.4
Okiecruffler 128.0 2.0 64.0
JRHines 100.0 1.0 100.0
Mal H 100.0 1.0 100.0
Blueduck 98.2 1.0 98.2
Tupperware 95.0 1.0 95.0
Blackjack 92.9 1.0 92.9
Glock_17 92.9 1.0 92.9
Thumper 92.6 1.0 92.6
Trapshooter 90.5 1.0 90.5
Duckfoot 90.0 1.0 90.0
Lyle Wyatt 89.5 1.0 89.5
Pappy John 88.9 1.0 88.9
Augedog 85.7 1.0 85.7
Frohickey 85.7 1.0 85.7
Robert J. McElwain 85.6 2.0 42.8
Cordex 83.9 1.0 83.9
Hansolo 80.4 1.0 80.4
Terry Fontaine 80.0 1.0 80.0
Boondocker 67.9 1.0 67.9
DMK 64.2 1.0 64.2
KCustom45 62.5 1.0 62.5
Kellann 50.0 1.0 50.0
Drama Freak 49.5 1.0 49.5
PDModerator 48.4 1.0 48.4
Kevlarman 38.9 1.0 38.9
Shakespeare 22.1 1.0 22.1

El Rojo
July 9, 2003, 02:05 AM
Thanks again ROTR. Well done. I almost had you tied in the Shotgun class. Dag nabit.

Steve Smith
July 9, 2003, 11:24 AM
Oops...haven't un-floated this yet!

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