2019 Fclass Long Range scores.

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  1. johnnyi

    johnnyi Gold $$ Contributor

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    Scores courtesy of Peter Johns. I tried to format to make easier to view on PC and smart phones. ...sorry Ben S. Not sure how to format to view in your flip phone..!! o_O;)


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    johnnyi Gold $$ Contributor

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    FTR Scores...

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  3. MikeMcCasland

    MikeMcCasland Gold $$ Contributor

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    Based solely on the scores, I'm guessing there might have been a light breeze. ;)

    Great shooting everyone; looking forward to tomorrows results.
     
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    Based on WHO PLACED WHERE on the list, I may be wrong, however, I think what relay you were on played a significant role in your placement on the list.
     
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  5. mattt

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    Great shooting Nick Montin from Sac Valley !!
     
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  6. The Viper

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    Well Done Bob Sebold. Stay focused.
     
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  7. XTR

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    Not so much in F-TR. We were randomly squadded it in two today and I don’t think either really had any advantage. Maybe a slight advantage in the first match to the first relay (I was in 2). Matches two and three were pretty hard on everybody no matter which you were in. If you got behind it you got crushed.

    The shifts were running from 4 o’clock to 7 o’clock on about a 2 and a half minute cycle time with varying speed but running 8-12 with gusts to 20 +.
     
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  8. BobLor

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    Way to go Jr. Class Shooter, Austin Nelson, keep it up Austin!
     
  9. Ringostar

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    Come on guys, please don’t keep us hangin! Where’s the Friday scores?
     
  10. johnnyi

    johnnyi Gold $$ Contributor

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    They are holding out today.... I guess an early dinner is priority today?
     
  11. F Class John

    F Class John NRA Life Member Gold $$ Contributor

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    Here’s today matches plus the two day aggregate.
     

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    Putting up full screen so those with flip phones can see it.... can you see them now, Ben? Haha..!

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  13. Turbulent Turtle

    Turbulent Turtle F-TR competitor

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    Today was, in a word, brutal.
     
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  14. falconpilot

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    Guys

    Today’s scores do and don’t reflect the winds! Due to the fact that no one was seeded in any sort of manner on first day, scores varied greatly! F-Open and FTR guys were scattered across all four relays on day one. Some relays were very easy wind wise, and some were monsters! Relay 1 today got hosed like I’ve never seen!!! 35 mph winds, gusty and switching had most the top shooters doing their best to just stay in paper! In my 10 plus years of shooting, I’ve never seen a tougher relay! Couple of the guys figured it out, launching them to top of leaders board. All relays today got hammered, but those of relay 1 got the worst of it. It sure flipped the leaders board! Strong winds forecasted again for team matches tomorrow, so should be fun!
     
  15. jsthntn247

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    Did FTR shoot today?
     
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    Nice shooting Dave Christian and Tod Hendricks.
     
  17. Ringostar

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    Looks like it was an interesting New Mexico day. I hope that people don’t get discouraged by lower scores when things get tough.
     
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  18. F Class John

    F Class John NRA Life Member Gold $$ Contributor

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    We are all wishing there were shirts that say “I survived Raton 2019”.

    The way some of the veterans of this place talk, this was by far some of the craziest weather they’ve ever seen.

    To be in the pits and watch someone go from an X to a left 6 to a right 7 and back to a left 8, the to a ten was one of the most mental things I’ve ever experienced being in the pits. Then knowing you were getting on a bus to go shoot in the same conditions.
     
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    FTR cumulative scores

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    johnnyi Gold $$ Contributor

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    Photo Courtesy of TimVaught

    He was showing how brutal the wind was in this photo. You can see the miss on the target. And the impact indicator was in the target to the pullers right... lots of drift! Wow!

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