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January 2012 SMPSA pistol match results (**Updated**)

The scores have been edited and updated to reflect Cameron shooting Minor. He was originally scored as Major. He still won Limited, though. Sorry folks, it was a long day.

The pistol results are in (finally)! But, they are subject to the following. The score sheet for Nick Saucier for Stage 3 was messed up. It is incomplete and unusable, so it hasn’t been included in the scores. Nick shot Limited, and shot well, but the loss of all the points from a stage certainly affected the Limited scores. He wouldn’t have won, but he might have moved up one spot. Nevertheless, the rest of the scores were respectable. (Update: Nick’s score sheet for stage 3 has been deciphered. His scores are now correct, along with the rest of the match scores).

We had 15 shooters for the first match of the year, which is decent, but not great. We did have three brand new shooters with us today (Gus, Reed and Tony). They did great, especially for new shooters. They shot safely and displayed excellent pistol handling skills. If they continue to shoot, their times will no doubt improve. Thanks for coming out, guys. I hope you come back next month.

The biggest news of the day wasn’t the shooting, it was the weather. It is January and, yet, it reached 75° today. I wish I had worn the shorts. It actually got hot when the Sun was out. However, I am NOT complaining. I will take this any day.

And now, the results. The overall match winner was Wayne Alcock, who shot Single Stack. His stage scores were consistently good and he edged out Cameron Thompson, who won Limited, by 14 match points in the overall scores. Michael McDonald easily took Production. We had no Open or Limited 10 shooters today. Congratulations to all the division winners and to those you tried their best, but came up a bit short. Click the score sheet to see the match results.
The next day pistol match will be February 12, 2012.

Again, a special thanks to all the shooters who helped set up and tear down the match. We can’t do it without you!

  1. Chris
    January 8, 2012 at 8:12 PM

    The link is circular. It points you back to the narrative.

    • January 8, 2012 at 8:51 PM

      The original link was wrong. It has been fixed.

  1. January 8, 2012 at 8:06 PM

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