.22LR 50yd BR Results – 07.23.18

July 23, 2018

Dear LVSA Members and Friends:

Question: What are perfect conditions to spend time at the range?

My answer: Any time you can spend time at the range, conditions are perfect. With apologies to superlative purists, let me add that mild temperatures, partly overcast skies, and moderate non-varying cross winds make things more perfect, but just being there is the thing.

Today’s .22LR 50yd Bench Rest Fun Shoot, the 13th of this season’s 23, was contested under perfect conditions. Skies were sunny, temps were hot (mid 90’s), and a cross wind was often present and constant in direction, but that direction was observed to change by 90 degrees without warning at a moment’s notice. The later relays saw head and tail winds (significant vertical shifts).

Thirty-six matches were logged, six with irons, 30 with scopes.

We were joined by two young shooters today, first-timer Luke Salsgiver (Bruce Campbell’s grandson), and second-timer Henry Wendt (Jeff Wendt’s son). It warms the heart to see these young people on the firing line.

As noted in previous reports, our friend and shooting buddy Ron Valentine is in Bellevue Washington for medical treatment. We hope to have him back in five or so weeks. In his absence, Tom Spriggs shot his first match for Ron in the scope class. While I assume Ron appreciates it, there is no substitute for being on the firing line yourself. Get well soon, my friend.

My thanks are given to all who helped, and to all who took their places on the firing line. You make my life as Match Director easy.

There are only ten matches to go in this series in 2018. Still plenty of time to get some points on the marksmanship curve.

Charlie Piette
Match Director

The following lists the round 1, round 2, and aggregate scores and X counts. Ties are listed by the shooters’ last names.

Irons
Tom Spriggs 40X 1 198 13 198 17 396 30
Tom Spriggs 40X 2 198 16 198 14 396 30
Dallas Baker Ans 1 198 12 195 13 393 25
Dallas Baker Ans 2 194 12 198 10 392 22
Jerry York Anschutz 196 7 195 8 391 15
Jeff Wendt H&R 195 9 195 9 390 18

Scopes
Ron Valentine 40X (T Spriggs) 200 20 200 20 400 40
Tom Spriggs Kimber 200 20 200 19 400 39
Donn Molyneux 40X 4 200 20 200 17 400 37
Terry Steward Sav 200 19 200 17 400 36
Joe [B] Bautz 40X 200 18 200 17 400 35
Jerry York 40X 200 18 200 17 400 35
Donn Molyneux 40X 3 200 18 200 13 400 31
Terry Steward CZ 200 18 200 12 400 30

Tom Spriggs Anschutz 199 17 200 19 399 36
Bob [T] Trebelcock 40X 200 19 199 17 399 36
Kent Schmidlin Rem 37 1 200 18 199 16 399 34
Bruce [B] Berg 40X 2 200 14 199 17 399 31
Bob [H] Hede 52-1 199 15 200 14 399 29
Rodger Mardock 10/22 200 15 199 14 399 29
Donn Molyneux 40X 2 200 14 199 13 399 27

Donn Molyneux 40X 1 199 17 199 17 398 34
Bob [T] Trebelcock 541 199 18 199 14 398 32
Charlie Piette CZ Pro Var 199 14 199 17 398 31
Nancy York Kimber 199 16 199 14 398 30
Charlie Piette Sako 199 15 199 14 398 29
Kent Schmidlin Rem 37 2 200 11 197 15 397 26
Bruce [B] Berg 40X 1 197 11 199 14 396 25
Bob [H] Hede 52-2 198 13 198 11 396 24

Richard Brown CZ 198 14 197 10 395 24
Bruce Campbell Kimber 196 13 197 11 393 24
LindaJo Brown 40X 195 8 198 11 393 19
Dennis Koppenhafer CZ 193 6 194 8 387 14
Wanda Koppenhafer Sav 192 11 193 8 385 19
Henry Wendt CZ 192 8 191 7 383 15
Luke Salsgiver Kimber 194 7 189 4 383 11

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