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    Palo Alto Last Chance EIC Matches

    Our Palo Alto R&P Club Last Chance EIC Rifle Match is scheduled on Sunday, November 22, barring another hurricane.

    When this match is complete we will move to the pistol range for Service Pistol and 22 RF Pistol EIC matches. These pistol EIC matches will be attended mostly by riflemen. A good pistolaro will likely get points with little better than the minimum qualifying score.

    On Saturday, November 21 we will have our monthly 80-shot regional course match for everyone to get good sight zeros.
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    Looking forward to being there!!

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    what time does the precision f class match start tomorrow?

    thanks for any input

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    Looking like beautiful weather for the match this weekend!!

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    If someone needs to borrow a .22 or Service Pistol, contact me. Shooting stuff is fun.

    High Power Service Rifle - High Master
    Conventional Pistol - Expert
    US Navy Marksmanship Team - Distinguished Marksman - Distinguished Pistol Shot

    Join the Louisiana Shooting Association today! Use me as a reference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owen502 View Post
    If someone needs to borrow a .22 or Service Pistol, contact me. Shooting stuff is fun.
    I appreciate you loaning the pistol to me for the .22 leg match.

    I heard Mr. Vidrine earned a pistol leg in Service Pistol. Congratulations to him. That is a tough game.
    Last edited by MikeBurke; November 24th, 2020 at 08:57 PM.

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    Palo Alto November 22, 2020 Last Chance EIC Rifle Match Results


    The turnout for our Last Chance Excellence in Competition Rifle Match was much better than last year due to everyoneís support and the cancellation of the CMPís Talladega 600 program. We had eighteen shooters, three of whom were Distinguished. The remaining fifteen non-distinguished shooters were eligible for a six EIC point bronze leg in this match. A minimum of sixteen non-distinguished shooters are required for the award of two six-point bronze legs. The weather was clear and cool with a light switching wind that made 600 yd. prone challenging. Everyone had a good time shooting on a beautiful cool November Sunday.

    Michael Cameron took first place gold with a 480-16X. Second place silver went to Nick Owen with a 480-13X. Third place bronze and the six EIC points went to Michaele Burke with a score of 475-7X. The First Leather award goes to Jeffery Sovern with a score of 469-9X. The three top scoring shooters will receive gold, silver, and bronze medals directly from the Civilian Marksmanship Program. Thank you to everyone who attended the match and to Lee Shall for calling the firing line.

    Dist. Competitor Standing SF Sitting RF Prone RF Prone SF Aggregate

    Y Michael Cameron 91-1 97-5 99-3 193-7 480-16 1st
    Y Nicholas Owen 96-2 99-4 98-3 187-4 480-13 2nd
    Michael Burke 91-0 96-0 96-1 192-2 475-7 3rd
    Jeffery Sovern 84-0 96-2 95-2 194-5 469-8 1st leather
    Y Dwayne Vidrine 90-2 95-0 99-1 185-4 469-7
    Bruce Pickering 87-0 95-3 98-2 187-5 467-10
    Michael Strikmiller 88-0 96-4 94-1 188-4 466-9
    Bobby Simpson 92-1 95-3 90-1 184-2 461-7
    John Lenz 85-1 98-3 96-1 182-1 461-6
    Samuel Beane 90-0 97-1 92-0 173-1 452-2
    Anthony Geek 83-0 96-1 94-2 178-3 451-6
    Steven Squibb 82-1 92-0 90-1 178-2 442-4
    Joseph Meynier 66-0 95-0 80-0 153-1 394-1
    Charles Pequet 72-1 75-0 86-0 156-0 389-1
    Norman Bennet 76-0 92-1 35-0 165-1 368-2
    Claude Blanchard 77-0 41-0 61-0 167-2 346-2
    Brandon Grant 63-0 31-0 23-0 171-4 288-4
    Jacque Pecquet 37-0 72-0 27-0 137-1 273-1
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