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Re: NRA High Power Rifle Matches

Postby Sam Summey » Sun Sep 16, 2018 5:43 pm

September 15,2018, in spite of the approaching hurricane Polk County Gun Club held the final NRA XTC match of 2018. 6 hearty souls competed with one really hearty lady from our bench rest venue who agreed to "call the match" and act as the match director. The competitors braved a 19 mph wind that seemed almost constant except sudden nulls. The wind was about 22 degrees off of the axis of the range but did a job buffeting the competitors. The high score for the day was 750/800 which, with the conditions, was a really good performance. Rain hit us, backed by the wind, during the last 30 minutes. We completed the match with the 300/600 slow fire prone in the rain. True to form the rain stopped right at the end of the 20 minute period. We actually had 5 complete the course of fire, Jim Laietta had to withdraw due to rain induced equipment failure.
Myself and Jim Laietta (co-chairman High Power Rifle Committee) would like to thank Shelly Gudger who called the match, this is her first introduction of Across the Course High Power Rifle competition. She did an excellent job calling the match.
The "race" for season aggregate awards, as you will see, was narrowed to 6 competitors who shot 3 or more matches.
I will get the awards made for presentation at a later date.
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HP091518 Match Report.pdf
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PCGCXTC2018Agg.xlsx
2018 NRA HPR Aggregate
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