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October 2016 Poplarville pistol match results

Dawson PrecisionIt was supposed to be Fall, but someone forgot to mention that to the weatherman. It was pleasant in the morning, but as the day wore on, it got a little warm. By Noon, when we finished up, it was pushing the upper 80’s. Yes, we will take that over the last two rain-outs, but gosh, it’s been pretty nice for a while, and we deserved a picture perfect day. Oh, well.

Turnout was down a bit from our 2016 average, but it was decent. This was a makeup match and we are thankful for everyone that came out today. In total, there were 25 shooters and 7 (seven) stages. That’s a little misleading because we borrowed a group of 3 stages from the 2016 Limited/Open Nationals. This included a stage with one shot on a single popper, a stage with 6 shots on one targets, and then a slightly modified El Prez for the final stage. There was also a “Pittsburg” stage that featured 21 steel targets and no paper. That one proved to be more challenging for the RO and shooters who were watching, as the splatter managed to get almost everyone at least once.

The match was never really in doubt, with the overall match win going to Roger Henn in Open, who won 6 of the 7 stages outright. Second overall, and first Limited went to his Dad, Gerwin Henn. Chris Plaisance took first in PCC, Russ Smith won Production, Don Evans took first in Carry Optics, and Doc Toups took Limited 10 in this very first match.

Thank you to everyone for the great help in getting things taken apart and put up. We were out the gate and on the road by 12:15 PM, even counting the after-match BS session!

We will return to our normal second Sunday schedule next month.

For the complete match results, click the score computer at the right.

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