Monthly Archives: September 2014

Well, that didn’t go as planned….

Today was September’s M1 Garand match in Kimberton. It started out great with me posting a score of 92-2X in the slow fire prone. After that was the rapid fire prone. I rushed it a bit and finished with an … Continue reading

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The spam cans

I still had one unopened Greek spam can and I kind of wanted to keep it intact for display. Dremel tool to the rescue! I flipped the can over and cut a square out of the bottom. The twenty round … Continue reading

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Practice for Sunday

Slow fire prone. 97-4X Rapd fire prone. 95-1X Standing unsupported. 92-3X Match total: 284-8X If I could just do that well when it counts!

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Enjoying the weather…..

September 18th, 2014. I got done work early so I headed for the club with my M1903A3 Springfield rifle. Actually, I had only fired it once or twice since competing with it in the CMP Eastern Games. So I thought … Continue reading

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September PPC match

The pistol match did not end as I desired. While I did shoot well, the final scores did not help my season’s average. However, after analyzing the results, I am happy with my performance. My shot groups were tighter and … Continue reading

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Practice for tomorrow’s PPC match

Tomorrow is the next to last PPC Service Pistol match for the season. To prepare for this, I took my barricade along to the range. Part of the match is the twenty-five yard barricade stage. Six rounds kneeling from the … Continue reading

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Practice time….

Saturday morning and I am alone on the rifle range. Everyone else seems to be on the trap range. I brought enough rounds to shoot several practice matches. Here are the best results from each stage. I am using surplus … Continue reading

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August rifle match

The rifle match for August did not help my average. Going in was ok with a 92-3X in the prone slow fire. The next stage was the rapid fire prone. Eighty seconds to go from standing to prone, chamber a … Continue reading

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