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October Poplarville 3-gun match results

Mother Nature was kind to us today with the weather being almost completely opposite of the stifling heat from last month. The temperature was around 68 at match time and the entire day was pleasant with abundant sunshine and light breezes. Elven shooters showed up today and were treated to four great stages. We ventured back into the gulley for the first time in quite a while, and played a bit of hide and seek with the paper targets in the east side bay. The ravines made great cover for the brown targets who blended in quite well with their surroundings. Two flying clay pigeon targets rounded things out for a great match.

The match went down to the wire and we crowned a new first-time champ today. In the top spot was Justin Myers from Jackson, MS. Justin has just recently started shooting 3-gun and in only his second match with us, he won. In second, was Wayne Alcock, the perennial 3-gun champ. Will Mullendore, also from the Jackson area, took third, only a few points back. The pack from spots 4 to 8 were pretty tightly bunched, indicating how evenly the shooters have become. Most of those spots were decided by penalties.

We appreciate the support from the shooters coming long distances and also from those that live close by. Tell your friends about this match. We need more participation.

We are now posting match scores at the Practiscore web site as well. Just go to https://practiscore.com/results/ and search for SMPSA

For all match scores, click the scoresheet below.

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