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2016 Mixed Discipline World Championship Results!

The 2016 Mixed Discipline World Championship is in the books, and we certainly hope everyone who came out and competed enjoyed themselves. We had 66 of the best shooters from around the world come out today (mostly from the southeast US..lol).  We had shooters come in from the usual Louisiana and Alabama, as well as several from Texas, Florida, Georgia and even as far as Missouri.  We ran 10 stages in an all day format and it seemed like it ran incredibly smooth.
Now on to the action:
Stage 1 was a 26 round USPSA field course that was all paper at close distance and favored those who had quick fingers.  Nathan Bell edged out David Pape and Steve Tannetta on this one in Limited with a time of 12.30, Ken Cornwell edged out Candice Juliano and Steven Taylor with a time of 13.60 in Production, Bill Mahley topped the stage in PCC and Corey Yates just walked off with this stage in Open with a time of 9.53.
Stage 2 was a 28 round Pro-Am stage that featured a texas star, and two plates at the start that seemed like a sucker bet to go after and not many shooters even opted to go for them.  Steve Tannetta and Nathan Bell tied for the stage win in Limited taking down 17 plates, Corey Yates took down 25 plates in Open, Bill Mahley took down 22 in PCC and Steven Mosher 21 in Production.
Stage 3 was 24 round USPSA field course with a mix of close targets and some tight shots along with 4 pieces of steel.  This one had a pretty straight forward plan with most everyone shooting the same plan, some executing better than others.  Steven Taylor took the stage win in Production over Ken Cornwell and Steve Lashinsky.  Bill Mahley took the stage in PCC, and the recurring them of Corey Yates and Nathan Bell running away with the stage win in Open and Limited continued here.
Stage 4 was a Steel Challenge course, Roundabout.  It’s one of the faster steel challenge course, and you could really tell from the results who does and who doesn’t shoot a lot of steel challenge.  Steven Mosher took the stage win in Production, Roger Henn broke up Corey Yates no-hitter here with the stage win, Chris Plaisance took the stage in PCC and Nathan Bell kept his streak in take in Limited.
Stage 5 was a 26 round Pro-am stage that really rewarded anyone who could shoot small pieces of steel on the move.  As it turns out, no one can really do that well.  Nathan Bell kept his stage streak intact heading into the lunch break with 19 plates, just edging out Randy Bell who was right on his heels with 18 plates.  Chris Plaisance took the PCC win with 23 plates just edging out Bryant Willett who had 22, Steven Mosher took the production stage win with 21 plates, and Roger Henn and Ed Bowling deadlocked in Open with 22 plates.
Stage 6 was a 22 round USPSA field course with most targets at almost contact distance and this one was all about speed.  Corey Yates blew this one clear out the water with a 14+ hit factor and a time of 7.34 seconds.  Bryant Willett laid down a blazing 8.95 time to take it in PCC, and Nathan Bell put up his own 10+ hit factor run here for the win in Limited.  The productions guys (and gals!) rounded it out with their two reloads on this stage with Candice Juliano edging out Steven Taylor and Kerry Smith for the stage win.
Stage 7 was a 28 round Pro-Am style course that featured the texas star partially obstructed by barrels, and those same two 6 inch plates at the start that didn’t seem enticing enough to bait anyone into trying to take them, except the very brave few.  Ken Cornwell laid it down in Production with 22 plates, Chris Plaisance took PCC with 23 plates and an overtime shot, Nathan Bell took Limited with 23 plates and Corey Yates took Open with 26 plates.
Stage 8 was 26 round USPSA field course with 4 steel plates that pretty much came down to two schools of thought, one school being to run the stage straight up within the fault lines, the other being to run around the front of the stage and back into the shooting area.  It was hard to tell which plan prevailed, but we do know that Nathan Bell took the stage in Limited with a time of 15.95, Corey Yates took Open with a run of 10.78, Bryant Willett took PCC with a time of 16 seconds, and Candice Juliano took it down in Production with a time of 17.48.
Stage 9 was a Steel Challenge course, Pendulum.  This is one of the more accuracy intensive steel challenge courses, and again you could look at the results and tell who does and doesn’t shoot much Steel Challenge.  Keen Cornwell took this stage in Production, Bill Mahley took it down in PCC, and Corey Yates and Nathan Bell repeated their ongoing themese in Open and Limited.
Stage 10 was a 25 round Pro-Am stage that featured a 25 second par time, and either a lot of running or some really long shots, shooter’s choice.  Nathan Bell completed the 10 stage shutout here taking down Limited with 22 plates just ahead of Clayton Patterson,  Corey Yates and Roger Henn deadlocked with 24 plates in Open, Chris Plaisance took PCC with 23 plates, and Steve Lashinsky burned this one down with 21 plates to take the production stage win.
Overall Results:
Mixed Discipline World Champion – Open: Corey Yates
Mixed Discipline World Champion – Limited: Nathan Bell
Mixed Discipline World Champion – Production: Steven Mosher
Mixed Discipline World Champion – PCC: Bill Mahley
Mixed Discipline Senior World Champion – Open:  Ed Bowling
Mixed Discipline Lady World Champion – Open:  Betsy Young
Mixed Discipline Super Senior World Champion – Limited:  Lee Fraiser
Mixed Discipline Senior World Champion – Limited:  Tony Adams
Mixed Discipline Lady World Champion – Limited:  Sandi Davis
Mixed Discipline Super Senior World Champion – Production:  Jim Francis
Mixed Discipline Senior World Champion – Production:  Ken Hablitzel
Mixed Discipline Lady World Champion – Production:  Candice Juliano
Mixed Discipline Junior World Champion – Production:  Carter Brown
Mixed Discipline Super Senior World Champion – PCC:  Don Evans
Mixed Discipline Senior World Champion – PCC:  Gerald Benton
Full results can be viewed here:
https://practiscore.com/results/new/27861
Springfield 1911 Range Officer Drawing Winner: Trey Nicholson
We’d also like to thank everyone that helped setup and run the match, for without you none of it would be possible. Lee Frasier, Bryant Willett, Ken Hablitzel, Harry Williams, Junior Lucas, Ed Bowling, Gerwin Henn, Roger Henn, Gerald Forbes, Joe Borgstede, Chris Davis, Sandi Davis, Nick Jamerson, Calvin Lindsay, Dennis Warren, Ken Cornwell, and Gary Kerr. If you see these guys them a big high five!
Big thanks to everyone who came out and shot the match, ran timers, scored nooks, and pasted targets. It really is a team effort. Thanks to everyon who pitched in reconfiguring stages and tearing down afterwards.
We’re also extremely thankful to our host range CRPC, for allowing us a place to hold events and for sponsoring all active duty and retired law enforcement to shoot all BPSA events free though 2016!
Look forward to doing it again next year, and if you enjoyed this one stay tuned for a full slate of similar events we will be anouncing soon to run all through next year.
#RaisingTheBar
Categories: General
  1. Anonymous
    October 30, 2016 at 10:42 PM

    Hope this is a new yearly match. Great job guys.

  2. Anonymous
    October 31, 2016 at 3:14 PM

    What a great match. BPSA is kind of a hike for me but it is always worth it.

  3. Anonymous
    November 1, 2016 at 8:51 PM

    Awesome match

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