Discussion in 'Competition Forum (All Calibers)' started by butchlambert, Jul 9, 2018.
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Thanks! That is what I was looking for.
Brandon Green took a nice lead today. He is down 2 points.
120 or so competitors AND they had a whole whopping ONE team that fired the Whistler Boy Team Match. Awesome work by the NRA.
No clue as to what the team was or where they were from. A man posted on Facebook that there was simply ONE junior team that fired.
To put this into perspective, there were 37 teams entered in 2016, the last year at Camp Perry. There were FOUR teams that entered last year, the first year that NRA ran the matches at Atterbury.
Now, don't get me wrong. Atterbury was where my father trained before shipping off to England, then having his Golden Lion Division obliterated in the Ardennes. Would have loved to shoot at Atterbury simply due to that fact. But, not at the cost of losing the history of Camp Perry like we have.
BTW, Brandon Green still leads after Day 3, down 4 points total after 180 shots fired.
Brandon Green won the NRA National Highpower Championship 2394-147X.
Ben Cleland has won the Service Rifle Championship with a new record score (according to Emil P) 2386-128X. Optics likely had nothing to do with it.
Konrad Rowers is the High Civilian Service Rifle shooter with a score of 2372-109X
Ronald Zerr is the high civioan match rifle shooter - 2383-126X
For the fellow that asked about my spelling of Atterbury, sorry I left an r out.
Ten-X, did the winners not use scopes?
I was being facetious. Scopes have improved scores overall.
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