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December 2013 Pearlington pistol match results

The rain didn’t impact us from overnight, but it did turn COLD! It was cold all morning and the Sun didn’t come out until after the match was all but over. A total of 32 shooters made the trip today to Pearlington to try to beat the cold. A few did and a few, well, just didn’t. We also had one die-hard shooter drive all the way from Pensacola. He said it’s always warm in Florida.

The 5 stages were great, but pretty challenging. There were more than a few misses recorded today. When the smoke cleared, there was a clear winner, though. The overall match winner was…
Max Michel in Open, with a commanding 18% margin over the next shooter. In Limited, newly minted B class (it’s about time) shooter, Nick Saucier, topped the pack. Michael McDonald won Production and the ever-ebullient Bob Brandt took Single Stack.

Thanks this month go out to the guys who helped set up the match and the great help in tearing down the match. Also, thanks to Bob Brandt for the stages and Tanner for driving all the way from Pensacola.

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

  1. Chris Brown
    December 15, 2013 at 5:15 PM

    I noticed everyone is shown as unclassified…

    • December 16, 2013 at 7:41 AM

      Sorry for the scoring snafu. I really want to love Practiscore, but it just keeps doing dumb stuff like not transferring the USPSA classifications over to EZWinScore. Yeah, it only takes a few seconds to update once in EZWin but I always seem to forget this step. The classifications are updated…

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