Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by VT Deer Hunter, May 3, 2011.
All around good egg.
When I shot NRA Bullseye, I was shooting Expert scores with the .22 and high Sharpshooter with a hardball 1911.
When I shot High Power my scores netted me a rank of Sharpshooter.
And then I found USPSA and 3 Gun and have since drifted away from the more old-school shooting sports.
My CMP handicap ranking is 1.0228. Not good enough to make the top 100 in the country but puts me at 34th in the west for service rifle.
It just might stay that way as since I made the presidents 100 plan on converting my 223 space gun to 6mm AR and start shooting more matches and not to many cmp types like at the nationals trophy matches.
I was a bullseye sharpshooter until my left shoulder was injured. I never recovered enough to continue shooting bullseye....chris3
Small bore rifle prone - high master, junior national champion, state champion, distinguished, and 4 national records that I still have the certificates for.
High power rifle long range - high master, 2nd in the state championship.
High power rifle NM course - master.
Small bore rifle international 3 position - master.
Air rifle - master, qualified for the first NCAA championship.
I do not know, I have never competed. I train twice a week with pistol and rifle and qualified expert for the US ARMY for 20+ years.
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