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2017 CK Arms Mississippi Open State Championship Results!

The 2017 CK Arms Mississippi Open State Championship is in the books, and it was another great match in the Mississippi State Championships Series.

The match had a little bit of everything, mostly searing high heat for those that shot on Saturday, and on and off showers and constant mud for those that shot on Sunday.

The final tally was 86 total competitors competing on 10 challenging stages that featured some of the highest difficulty and distance of all our matches so far.

Stage 1, Eight is Enough, was a short course speed shoot that featured 4 paper and 4 steel and required only 1 hit per paper. Mel Rodero took the stage win with a smoking run of 6.82 seconds.

Stage 2, Shuffling Around, was a 12-round short course that featured a paper and steel array with a mandatory reload. Max Michel Jr. took the stage here, with James Lofton second at 91%.

Stage 3, Hide n Seek, was a 22-round long course that featured a T shape that saw most competitors cut around the corner at the start. Max Michel Jr. won this stage, with Jason Welch right on his tail at 86%.

Stage 4, Sit or Swing, was a 16 round medium course that featured a seated start and a swinger activated by either of two poppers. Max Michel Jr. Won this stage, just edging out Ogie Delarosa at 73%.

Stage 5, To Drop or Not, was a 26 round long course that featured a drop Turner with disappearing targets activated by a stomp box. Max Michel Jr. won this stage, with James Lofton taking a strong second at 95%.

Stage 6, No Drop, wasa 24 round long course that featured backward movement after starting on a deactivated stomp box. Max Michel Jr. Won the stage, with James Lofton taking second at 88%.

Stage 7, Rack it, was a 29 round long course with forward movement that featured an unloaded start and mags staged on barrels. James Lofton won this stage with a 7.1 hit factor.

Stage 8, Backtrack it, was a 29 round long course that featured backward movement through the stage and an unloaded start. Max Michel Jr. won this stage, with James Lofton was second at 77%.

Stage 9, Running Shoes, was a 32 round long course that featured competitors covering a lot of real estate and 11 pieces of steel. Max Michel Jr. won this stage by a country mile, with James Lofton second at 75%.

Stage 10, Standing Steel, was a 12 round short course that featured a paper array and steel array with a mandatory reload. The trick being the paper, including partials, was at 20 yards, and the steel at 35 yards. Max Michel won this stage with a 9 second run, and James Lofton was second at 91%.

When the final results were tallied, here were the winners:

MS STATE CHAMPION – Bryan Tullos
1st Place Overall – Max Michel Jr.
2nd Place Overall – James Lofton
3rd Place Overall – Brandon Guillory

1st M – Brandon Guillory
2nd M – John Nguyen
3rd M – Max Michel Sr.
1st A – James Lofton
2nd A – Bryan Tullos
3rd A – Gerwin Henn
1st B – Brant Pace
2nd B – Krys Kloczko
3rd B – Neil Drennan
1st C – Bryce Dupuy
2nd C – Aaron Fitzgerald
3rd C – Ty Cobb
1st D – Michael Brolaski
2nd D – Kim Tran
3rd D – Candace Calloway

High Junior – Trent Cliburn
High Lady – Betsy Young
High Senior – Gerwin Henn
High Super Senior – Charlie Black
High Law Enforcement – Julio Salado
High Military – David Martian

MVP – Brandon Guillory, John Nguyen, and Jason Welch.

CK Arms Match Gun Winner – Nick Bolo

Full Results at the link below:
https://practiscore.com/results/new/40003

Want to give a huge thanks to everyone who helped RO, setup, and everyone who played a part in making this match happen. As always, we had numerous people step up and put in a lot of effort to make the match happen and make it a success.

Also want to that our sponsors, who donated prizes for our competitors: CK Arms, Max’s Choice, The Blue Bullets, Montana Gold, and Studio 6.

See you at the next match!

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