They said it would rain, there was a high wind warning. Fiery hail was expected, well really not. However, something kept shooters away.
On an overcast, and relatively still morning, we had four (4) shooters arrive, and two shot personal bests. Not sure what kept everyone else home, Easter Saturday is usually a great time for a match. Today not so much.
The high F-TR shooter was Scott Burr with a 399-30X, his personal best. There were no F-Open shooters. The high Any Rifle shooter was Leo Cebula, with a 400-24X. His first string was a 200-16X, which is about as good as he could remember shooting for a twenty shot string.
The following persons are invited to the 2018 Snow Country Shoot-Off:
Sling Shooters: Kevin Nevius, Gary Duda, Leo Cebula, Matt Gorby, Dan Altman, Jamie Root, Jason Piatek.
F-Class Shooters: Al Moore, Joe Kennedy, Josh Moore, Ed Gostomski
The Shoot-Off will be held on April 7, 2018 at the Jackson County Sportsman's Club (see Snow Country Program for address and directions). We will start no later than 9:00 AM (however, if everyone has arrived and is ready we could start earlier). The Shoot-Off course of fire will be two sixty (60) shot matches fired in stages of twenty (20) shots with Any Sights.
Mom Nature decided to give us another nice day. Although it was 23 F when I opened the range at about 9:10 AM, by the time we were shooting it was in the 30's and by the time we finished in the 40's. For Michigan it was almost tropical.
Fourteen shooters for this match. High F-TR shooter was John Pierce with a 399-21X. High F-Open was Jake Oswald with a 396-12X. Lastly the high sling shooter was Matt Gorby with a 398-25X.