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October 2013 Pearlington pistol match results **REVISED**

October 20, 2013 Leave a comment

YIKES!!!! More gremlins have struck!!! It was discovered that another squad also had their steel not counted for hits on Stage 2. We discovered this with one squad at the range and corrected it. The first results posted earlier this evening reflected these incorrect results. I have now corrected squad 1’s score to reflect their steel shot on stage 2. If you were in squad 1, then your scores have gone up and others may have had their position changed because of this. his didn’t change the division winners, but did rather dramatically alter the overall and division results for everyone else. 

I’m not advocating a return to paper, but I really need to figure out what went wrong today. My apologies for the scoring delays and the mistakes.

The **UPDATED** match scores can be viewed by clicking the score sheet at the right.

October 2013 Pearlington pistol match results

October 20, 2013 Leave a comment

The weather has finally turned and it was beautiful this morning. A light chill filled the air and this brought out the shooters in droves. We had 47 shooters today. We can thank Bob Brandt for most of the stage design today, but Bob wasn’t there to enjoy his creations. What wasn’t so nice were some behind the scenes computer glitches. For some reason, everything that could have gone wrong with the Nook scoring, did go wrong. In the end, we got it sorted out, but it took quite a while. And without further ado, lets see who won. Our overall match winner was…

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October 2013 Poplarville pistol match results

October 13, 2013 3 comments

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Once again, those darn Cajuns siphoned away many of our regular shooters with rescheduled matches on our day! Please stop doing that!

Of the eleven shooters who did grace us with their presence, all shot a challenging match and a lucky few achieved the pinnacle of success and earned yet another title of Poplarville Match Winner. There were a lot of tough head shots required today and some stages just begged for a slower pace. In the end, a few did survive. The overall match winner was a new face at the top of the heap. Congratulations go to … Read more…

BPSA October Pistol Match Results

October 12, 2013 Leave a comment

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Another great match today!!  If you did not make it, you missed a match that definitely challenged everyone’s shooting and stage breakdown skills.  Just to give you an idea of what everyone was up against, only 6 of the 42 shooters shot stage 4 clean.  I think we would all like to thank our BPSA Stage design team (won,t mention any names) for giving us a chance to test our steel shooting skills on the stage 3.  No-Shoots behind little poppers are always a fun…  Well, you can always tell yourself… These kind of matches make us all better shooters…….

Just to let everyone know.. if anyone ever has any ideas for a stage, you are welcome to come on out and have at it. We appreciate the help and you may just have a talent for stage design that you just don’t know about yet.

Again and as usual, thanks for all your help and support. Without you, we could not make this all happen!

Congratulations to this month’s winners….
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BPSA October Pistol Match .. October 12th .. Stages Ready!

October 8, 2013 Leave a comment

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Stages are set for Saturday.    We are looking forward to a beautiful fall day.  Perfect shooting weather!!  As always, we are going to need a little help from everyone to R.O, Score, paste and, of course, break down.  So please don’t Shoot and Scoot unless you absolutely have too.  These matches are only as good as YOU make them.  Match sign-up begins at 8:15 – Safety Briefing and Hammer Down at 9:00.   This month’s stages can be previewed by clicking on the stage icon below. We look forward seeing you there!!! Gate code 4000. Be Safe, Have Fun.

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October 2013 Poplarville 3-Gun match results

October 6, 2013 3 comments

**Scores have been updated, we missed entering Robert’s score on stage 4**

This was the match that was not meant to be. Because of Tropical Storm Karen, the match was threatened numerous times with cancellation. But we never did. We set up Saturday afternoon, hoping for the best. Sunday morning came and it looked like we might pull it off. Unfortunately, it didn’t look that way everywhere. While pre-match interest was very high, only 6 shooters ended up making it out. I know of at least 10 more who had committed to coming but were probably influenced by the weather, especially if you lived in Louisiana.

As it turned out, we had only a few light showers, and only one during the match. It ended up sunny and hot! The wind was non-existent. So, overall, it was a pretty decent day. It’s too bad we didn’t have a better turnout. The states were a great mix of challenges with fast, close shooting on some and long range shots required on others. On one state, we had half the shooters time out, because of the demands of the stage. When the smoke cleared, one shooter emerged on top. Read more…

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