The day started off kinda warm, but we were all done by 1030, so the morning spent (by most of us) in the shade was pretty pleasant as the day presented only slight breezes—not even CLOSE to enough to be called “WIND”. We had 20 competitors, 2 of whom elected to shoot in 2 separate classes which gave us a total of 22 rifles shot in the match. We did add the two steel target holders on each end of the 100 yard line, but wound up using the two on the right end. High score of the day was Thang Doan with a 450-40X in FTR High Master classification. That score was shot off of a BIPOD!! By the time we were all done and everything was put away, it was starting to be pretty evident that this was going to be a VERY warm day later. I’d like to thank all the shooters for helping out with everything it takes to have a match like this, but I’d like to particularly offer my thanks to Thang Doan and Ace Tan who helped me out a bunch by doing the score totals and figuring out the classification placings and Dan Lindholm was gracious enough to run the line while I shot—Thanks, guys!!