Even-Handed Justice Match #4 Results

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Even-Handed Justice Match #4 Results

#1 Post by Bucolic » Sat Oct 12, 2019 1:35 pm

Sorry it took me so long to report these. We had five shooters this time plus one more who sent me scans of his targets but no totals of the scores, handgun used, etc. Two shot rimfire and five shot centerfire. Good on Pomme and Merle for shooting both.

Once again, Bacchus triumphed in the centerfire class. Pomme smoked the rimfire class but merle was close on his heels. Here are the results:

Rimfire
Winner: Pomme - Mk III - Strong 248 Weak 187
Runner Up: Merle - Ruger Std - Strong 209 Weak 174

Centerfire
Winner: Bacchus - Ruger Sp-01 shooting .38Spl - Strong 265 Weak 287
Runner Up: bucolic - CZ Sp-01 - Strong 213 Weak 196

Honorable Mention: Merle, Pomme, and ThereAreDozensofUs

We seem to have distilled our shooter base to essentially a handful of participants. We used to get 12 or more shooters, If there is any interest, I can open another Bullseye Match for the remainder of 2019, though I think we need to refresh these matches somehow. Suggestions are welcome.
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Re: Even-Handed Justice Match #4 Results

#2 Post by Bacchus » Sat Oct 12, 2019 2:47 pm

Congratulations to the hardy souls who stuck it out for this competition, and especially the two of you who shot both. (I would've shot both, and indeed had my rimfire pistol, but my key ring was left at home so the gun stayed locked. ;( ) A couple of notes about my scores... I have a shoulder injury that makes lifting my right arm painful, so the weak hand score ended up being better than strong. I also shot single action with the revolver, so it was easy peasy.

Bummer about the attendance. I'd love to do another match before year's end. How about we come up with something, and then get the word out hard. I can hawk it on the FB page.
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Re: Even-Handed Justice Match #4 Results

#3 Post by Bacchus » Sat Oct 12, 2019 3:46 pm

Jesse Clark mentioned that he'd like to do a team competition among the chapters, and that sounds fun to me. I liked the fly shoot challenge we did a while back, too.
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Even-Handed Justice Match #4 Results

#4 Post by Bucolic » Sat Oct 12, 2019 4:35 pm

I killed the crap out of those flies. Anybody have the target and rules? I think it was shot sitting at 15 target with rifle but am not sure. We could do it with handgun.


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#5 Post by Pomme » Sat Oct 12, 2019 8:06 pm

It's possible that many people don't get the notification when a new match opens. I know I don't read all the threads when they come out and sometimes I discover a thread of interest to me long after it is active. Is there a way of notifying more potential participants?

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Re: Even-Handed Justice Match #4 Results

#6 Post by Merle » Sat Oct 12, 2019 9:01 pm

Bucolic wrote:
Sat Oct 12, 2019 1:35 pm
Sorry it took me so long to report these. We had five shooters this time plus one more who sent me scans of his targets but no totals of the scores, handgun used, etc. Two shot rimfire and five shot centerfire. Good on Pomme and Merle for shooting both.

Once again, Bacchus triumphed in the centerfire class. Pomme smoked the rimfire class but merle was close on his heels. Here are the results:

Rimfire
Winner: Pomme - Mk III - Strong 248 Weak 187
Runner Up: Merle - Ruger Std - Strong 209 Weak 174

Centerfire
Winner: Bacchus - Ruger Sp-01 shooting .38Spl - Strong 265 Weak 287
Runner Up: bucolic - CZ Sp-01 - Strong 213 Weak 196

Honorable Mention: Merle, Pomme, and ThereAreDozensofUs

We seem to have distilled our shooter base to essentially a handful of participants. We used to get 12 or more shooters, If there is any interest, I can open another Bullseye Match for the remainder of 2019, though I think we need to refresh these matches somehow. Suggestions are welcome.

I wonder if a different target would spark more interest - perhaps something like a bowling pin match?

I would like to have another BE match, and perhaps running it the rest of the year would help.

Maybe more time due to hunting season, bad weather, etc???
Merle from PA


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Re: Even-Handed Justice Match #4 Results

#7 Post by Pomme » Sun Oct 13, 2019 8:40 am

Merle wrote:
Sat Oct 12, 2019 9:01 pm
Bucolic wrote:
Sat Oct 12, 2019 1:35 pm
Sorry it took me so long to report these. We had five shooters this time plus one more who sent me scans of his targets but no totals of the scores, handgun used, etc. Two shot rimfire and five shot centerfire. Good on Pomme and Merle for shooting both.

Once again, Bacchus triumphed in the centerfire class. Pomme smoked the rimfire class but merle was close on his heels. Here are the results:

Rimfire
Winner: Pomme - Mk III - Strong 248 Weak 187
Runner Up: Merle - Ruger Std - Strong 209 Weak 174

Centerfire
Winner: Bacchus - Ruger Sp-01 shooting .38Spl - Strong 265 Weak 287
Runner Up: bucolic - CZ Sp-01 - Strong 213 Weak 196

Honorable Mention: Merle, Pomme, and ThereAreDozensofUs

We seem to have distilled our shooter base to essentially a handful of participants. We used to get 12 or more shooters, If there is any interest, I can open another Bullseye Match for the remainder of 2019, though I think we need to refresh these matches somehow. Suggestions are welcome.

I wonder if a different target would spark more interest - perhaps something like a bowling pin match?

I would like to have another BE match, and perhaps running it the rest of the year would help.

Maybe more time due to hunting season, bad weather, etc???
A lot of people, myself included, have no bowling pins shooting at their local range.

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Re: Even-Handed Justice Match #4 Results

#8 Post by Merle » Sun Oct 13, 2019 10:27 am

Pomme wrote:
Sun Oct 13, 2019 8:40 am
Merle wrote:
Sat Oct 12, 2019 9:01 pm
Bucolic wrote:
Sat Oct 12, 2019 1:35 pm
Sorry it took me so long to report these. We had five shooters this time plus one more who sent me scans of his targets but no totals of the scores, handgun used, etc. Two shot rimfire and five shot centerfire. Good on Pomme and Merle for shooting both.

Once again, Bacchus triumphed in the centerfire class. Pomme smoked the rimfire class but merle was close on his heels. Here are the results:

Rimfire
Winner: Pomme - Mk III - Strong 248 Weak 187
Runner Up: Merle - Ruger Std - Strong 209 Weak 174

Centerfire
Winner: Bacchus - Ruger Sp-01 shooting .38Spl - Strong 265 Weak 287
Runner Up: bucolic - CZ Sp-01 - Strong 213 Weak 196

Honorable Mention: Merle, Pomme, and ThereAreDozensofUs

We seem to have distilled our shooter base to essentially a handful of participants. We used to get 12 or more shooters, If there is any interest, I can open another Bullseye Match for the remainder of 2019, though I think we need to refresh these matches somehow. Suggestions are welcome.

I wonder if a different target would spark more interest - perhaps something like a bowling pin match?

I would like to have another BE match, and perhaps running it the rest of the year would help.

Maybe more time due to hunting season, bad weather, etc???
A lot of people, myself included, have no bowling pins shooting at their local range.

OOPPSS on me - I meant printed on paper. I have seen several sizes available FWIW.
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Re: Even-Handed Justice Match #4 Results

#9 Post by wooglin » Sun Oct 13, 2019 11:55 am

I would be more inclined to participate on a set date. Has that been tried?

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#10 Post by Bucolic » Sun Oct 13, 2019 1:36 pm

Not to my knowledge.
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Re: Even-Handed Justice Match #4 Results

#11 Post by Buck13 » Fri Oct 25, 2019 8:08 pm

I've been focused on other distractions. Would like to get back out to play Bullseye again soon, maybe!
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