Monthly Archives: May 2015

May CMP match…

Today was the CMP match for May. I started out really well with a 95-1X in the prone slow fire stage. Once again I rushed through the rapid fire stage turning in a score of 86-0X. Not great, but good. … Continue reading

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Things come full circle…

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May PPC match…

My first PPC match for the 2015 season is done. I fired three relays with mixed results. Out of a possible 480-48X, my first two relays were a marginal 453-20X and 454-18X. My third relay was more in my normal … Continue reading

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The results are in!

At this month’s PPC match, I got the results from the 2014 season. I continue to hold onto my fourth place ranking!

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Range report…. Day four

Finally! It was a great day though I sweated bullets through the match. A bronze medal! And just four points shy of the silver!

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Unicorn sighting….

A very nice gentleman I met this morning was entering a unique rifle in the Foreign Military Rifle match. A Canadian Ross M10 rifle. I have never seen one before; let alone held one, save for in the Aberdeen Proving … Continue reading

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Range report…. Day three

Exhausted! Today was a doubleheader. Both the M1903A3 Springfield rifle and the M1 Carbine. Once again the bronze medal remains just beyond my reach. Tomorrow is the last chance so I am going to re-fire the Swiss K31.  

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Range report… Day 2

Today on the range it was time to wield my Swiss Karabiner K31.  Firing the superb GP11 7.5x55mm cartridge, it is an accurate combination. All I have to do is my part! Well, I almost did. My scores were much … Continue reading

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Range report, Day 1

I started the competition today using my M1 Garand. My first stage was the prone slow-fire. Everything went smoothly and I was rewarded with a 95-1X out of a possible 100-10X. That’s when things started to go south.  Going into … Continue reading

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