This day turned out to be smoke free, thanks to, (I think) breezes being blowing in the right direction, as I believe there were still smoke and fire problems in CA. The day was cooler than what we have been experiencing lately and there was a breeze blowing in the AM, making us all think that this was gonna be a challenge, but it turned out to be not too serious and even pretty much laid down a couple of time. Of course, about the time the match was over with the wind quit completely!! We didn’t have as large a turnout as we did for some of the recent Mini-Palmas, but still had 9 shooter and 11 rifles shot as two shooters competed in 2 different classes. Thang Doan was the high overall shooter (is that getting to be a familiar name??) with a 450-36X in the FTR High Master classification. I’d like to thank Thang for helping run the match so I could shoot and both Thang and Ace Tan for doing the scoring chores. Of course, I always appreciate all the efforts the shooters put in to help with targets and a few other tasks that help make the match go smoothly and quickly.
|Thang Doan||Anschutz||FTR H. MASTER||450-36X||1st|
|Ace Tan||Anschutz||FTR H. MASTER||446-29||2nd|
|D. Johnson||40X||FTR H. Master||445-22X||3rd|
|C. Johnson||Vudoo||FTR H. MASTER||445-18X||4th|
|Mark Possin||Vudoo||FTR-H. MASTER||442-25X||5th|
|B. Montgomery||Ruger 77||FTR-H. MASTER||442-12X||6th|
|P. Montgomery||Ruger 77||FTR Sportsman||440-11X||1st||NEW CLASS = FTR H. MASTER!!||'|