CASA FT 12/11/ 2010 RESULTS

CASA FT 12/11/ 2010 RESULTS

Joined: March 8th, 2009, 4:24 pm

December 12th, 2010, 12:09 am #1

OPEN PCP

1.KEVIN YEE, MW, USFT, TASCO, ............44/44

2.WAYNE BURNS, USFT, NIKKO 10-50, CPH 10.5...41

3.RON MARCO, HUNTSMAN, BIUSH 8X32, CP 10.5......40

4.TIM MCMURRAY, LD SIMPLE SIMON, NOKKO 10X50......39

5. ALBERT WATERFORD, STAYR GL110, NIKKO 8X32,.... .38

6. PAUL JAMGOCHIAN, FX CYCLONE, HAWKE.......35

7. DANIEL MARCO, BAM 50, NIKKO 6X24,CPH 10.5......31

HUNTER

1. LARRY DURHAM, MW, USFT HUNTER, TASCO 10X, CPH.....................43

2. BRUCE ADAMSON, MARAUDER .177, HAWKE 6/24, CPH...................39

3. DAVE FREDRICK, BAM 50, 44 MAG 12X, JSBH.........................33

4. CASEY ROBERTSON, S400 12FPE, BUSHNELL LEG 5-15, FAA 8.4..........24

5. JON HOWE, GAMMO/USFT, TASCO 10X..................................21

6. ANDREW MISTRETTA, CROSSMAN 1000 CNTR PNT 4-16, CPH............11

PISTON

1. BILL TRAMEL, MW, HW 97, HAWKE 30, JSB .....................36

2. VINCE PACHECO, TX 200 MK 1, BURIS 8X32,....................35

3. LONNIE SMITH, BEEM R9, NIKKO 8X32, JSB.....................34

4. LARRY PIRRONE, TX 200 VORTEK, HAWKE 8X32, JSB 7.9..........31

5. JONATHAN REYES, TX 200 MK 11 V-MACH, NIKKO 10X50, JSB 7.9..31**

6. RON JOBBES, TX 200 MK II, CUSTOM SHOP?,.....................26

7. EDDIE OLQUIN, B40, LEAP 8X32,...............................25

<i></i> JONATHAN SHOT ABOUT HALF THE COURSE OFFHAND AND KNEELING

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Joined: August 14th, 2004, 2:44 am

December 12th, 2010, 12:16 am #2

Nice shooting bro. Congrats to all the top shooters. Wish I could have been there.

BS

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Joined: March 8th, 2009, 4:24 pm

December 12th, 2010, 3:31 pm #3

OPEN PCP

1.KEVIN YEE, MW, USFT, TASCO, ............44/44

2.WAYNE BURNS, USFT, NIKKO 10-50, CPH 10.5...41

3.RON MARCO, HUNTSMAN, BIUSH 8X32, CP 10.5......40

4.TIM MCMURRAY, LD SIMPLE SIMON, NOKKO 10X50......39

5. ALBERT WATERFORD, STAYR GL110, NIKKO 8X32,.... .38

6. PAUL JAMGOCHIAN, FX CYCLONE, HAWKE.......35

7. DANIEL MARCO, BAM 50, NIKKO 6X24,CPH 10.5......31

HUNTER

1. LARRY DURHAM, MW, USFT HUNTER, TASCO 10X, CPH.....................43

2. BRUCE ADAMSON, MARAUDER .177, HAWKE 6/24, CPH...................39

3. DAVE FREDRICK, BAM 50, 44 MAG 12X, JSBH.........................33

4. CASEY ROBERTSON, S400 12FPE, BUSHNELL LEG 5-15, FAA 8.4..........24

5. JON HOWE, GAMMO/USFT, TASCO 10X..................................21

6. ANDREW MISTRETTA, CROSSMAN 1000 CNTR PNT 4-16, CPH............11

PISTON

1. BILL TRAMEL, MW, HW 97, HAWKE 30, JSB .....................36

2. VINCE PACHECO, TX 200 MK 1, BURIS 8X32,....................35

3. LONNIE SMITH, BEEM R9, NIKKO 8X32, JSB.....................34

4. LARRY PIRRONE, TX 200 VORTEK, HAWKE 8X32, JSB 7.9..........31

5. JONATHAN REYES, TX 200 MK 11 V-MACH, NIKKO 10X50, JSB 7.9..31**

6. RON JOBBES, TX 200 MK II, CUSTOM SHOP?,.....................26

7. EDDIE OLQUIN, B40, LEAP 8X32,...............................25

<i></i> JONATHAN SHOT ABOUT HALF THE COURSE OFFHAND AND KNEELING

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Tried to copy and paste from the delphi forum but it does not work well. here is the writeup.

A fantastic day greeted the CASA folks for our annual Christmas match and swap meet. I wish we could get turnouts like this more often. We had several new shooters and some guests from the Diablo Club from Northern California. We set a course that had something for everyone and the conditions today were fantastic. I also want to thank Wayne Burns who came all the way down from Oregon. Great to see you, Wayne. I also want to congratulate Al Waterford who shot a personal best 38. Great shooting!

Jonathan Reyes demontrated why he is a national champ by shooting much of the course from offhand and kneeling. Bill Tramel shot a great springer score and is laying down the gauntlet for us in the springer class. Larry Durham continues to amaze in hunter class with his bare bones USFT and a fixed 10 power scope. What can one say about Kevin Yee who cleaned the course as he tends to do. He did it with a malfunctioning turret.

Thanks to all who pitched in and helped with settup and takedown. That kind of help makes life easy. Thanks much.
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Joined: November 4th, 2004, 2:28 am

December 12th, 2010, 7:23 pm #4

Nice shooting bro. Congrats to all the top shooters. Wish I could have been there.

BS
The Thanks belongs to the CASA folks for their Hospitality as always.

kevin

btw
I thought i was finally free of my little black rain cloud but it let me know it was still there.

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Joined: November 4th, 2004, 2:28 am

December 12th, 2010, 7:26 pm #5

Tried to copy and paste from the delphi forum but it does not work well. here is the writeup.

A fantastic day greeted the CASA folks for our annual Christmas match and swap meet. I wish we could get turnouts like this more often. We had several new shooters and some guests from the Diablo Club from Northern California. We set a course that had something for everyone and the conditions today were fantastic. I also want to thank Wayne Burns who came all the way down from Oregon. Great to see you, Wayne. I also want to congratulate Al Waterford who shot a personal best 38. Great shooting!

Jonathan Reyes demontrated why he is a national champ by shooting much of the course from offhand and kneeling. Bill Tramel shot a great springer score and is laying down the gauntlet for us in the springer class. Larry Durham continues to amaze in hunter class with his bare bones USFT and a fixed 10 power scope. What can one say about Kevin Yee who cleaned the course as he tends to do. He did it with a malfunctioning turret.

Thanks to all who pitched in and helped with settup and takedown. That kind of help makes life easy. Thanks much.
Nice write up Larry, Hope your feeling better...

k

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Joined: October 19th, 2005, 12:48 am

December 12th, 2010, 7:41 pm #6

Tried to copy and paste from the delphi forum but it does not work well. here is the writeup.

A fantastic day greeted the CASA folks for our annual Christmas match and swap meet. I wish we could get turnouts like this more often. We had several new shooters and some guests from the Diablo Club from Northern California. We set a course that had something for everyone and the conditions today were fantastic. I also want to thank Wayne Burns who came all the way down from Oregon. Great to see you, Wayne. I also want to congratulate Al Waterford who shot a personal best 38. Great shooting!

Jonathan Reyes demontrated why he is a national champ by shooting much of the course from offhand and kneeling. Bill Tramel shot a great springer score and is laying down the gauntlet for us in the springer class. Larry Durham continues to amaze in hunter class with his bare bones USFT and a fixed 10 power scope. What can one say about Kevin Yee who cleaned the course as he tends to do. He did it with a malfunctioning turret.

Thanks to all who pitched in and helped with settup and takedown. That kind of help makes life easy. Thanks much.
Great shooting LD!
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Joined: November 15th, 2007, 4:52 am

December 12th, 2010, 7:53 pm #7

OPEN PCP

1.KEVIN YEE, MW, USFT, TASCO, ............44/44

2.WAYNE BURNS, USFT, NIKKO 10-50, CPH 10.5...41

3.RON MARCO, HUNTSMAN, BIUSH 8X32, CP 10.5......40

4.TIM MCMURRAY, LD SIMPLE SIMON, NOKKO 10X50......39

5. ALBERT WATERFORD, STAYR GL110, NIKKO 8X32,.... .38

6. PAUL JAMGOCHIAN, FX CYCLONE, HAWKE.......35

7. DANIEL MARCO, BAM 50, NIKKO 6X24,CPH 10.5......31

HUNTER

1. LARRY DURHAM, MW, USFT HUNTER, TASCO 10X, CPH.....................43

2. BRUCE ADAMSON, MARAUDER .177, HAWKE 6/24, CPH...................39

3. DAVE FREDRICK, BAM 50, 44 MAG 12X, JSBH.........................33

4. CASEY ROBERTSON, S400 12FPE, BUSHNELL LEG 5-15, FAA 8.4..........24

5. JON HOWE, GAMMO/USFT, TASCO 10X..................................21

6. ANDREW MISTRETTA, CROSSMAN 1000 CNTR PNT 4-16, CPH............11

PISTON

1. BILL TRAMEL, MW, HW 97, HAWKE 30, JSB .....................36

2. VINCE PACHECO, TX 200 MK 1, BURIS 8X32,....................35

3. LONNIE SMITH, BEEM R9, NIKKO 8X32, JSB.....................34

4. LARRY PIRRONE, TX 200 VORTEK, HAWKE 8X32, JSB 7.9..........31

5. JONATHAN REYES, TX 200 MK 11 V-MACH, NIKKO 10X50, JSB 7.9..31**

6. RON JOBBES, TX 200 MK II, CUSTOM SHOP?,.....................26

7. EDDIE OLQUIN, B40, LEAP 8X32,...............................25

<i></i> JONATHAN SHOT ABOUT HALF THE COURSE OFFHAND AND KNEELING

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Olympic shooting park for hosting a fun event. We barely made it there in time to sign in and find a spot on the sight in range. I got 5 shots off and it was time to start the match....lol

Really enjoyed shooting with Casey from San Diego. It was his first FT match and he shot quite well! Good taste in airguns too, IMO, choosing an Air Arms S400 for his Field Targeting!

There were some pretty nice airguns there for swapping. Saw some pretty awesome rifles and a very cool Peter built S400 Pifle with the post match show and tell to!

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Joined: January 9th, 2002, 2:30 am

December 13th, 2010, 3:04 am #8

Great shooting LD!
A new club record in Hunter of six in the class! Having the new class has been a real lifesaver for me, given some of the health issues I've been experiencing, so I'm sure glad its still around to allow me to keep shooting Field Target, even if only on a reduced schedule.

My scores have improved since I started shooting Hunter class again recently, I notice I am able to maintain my energy level a bit longer, without the usual "outta gas" syndrome I had been experiencing at around the 30 shot mark. I would suddenly begin to lose energy and concentration, and begin to rush shots and make more mental errors. The simple deletion of having to hoist myself up and down off ground level, coupled with not having to lug a range box and heavy gun around has given me just the energy I needed to finish longer matches at a higher ability level.

I recall Rodney Boyce having a gun-caddy volunteer going around with him the few times I saw him shoot, carrying his stuff around and helping by handing his gun or taking it back after the lane was fired. I kinda wished many times to have the services of just such a helper myself!

Anyhow, even with a 10X scope, I've been surprising myself and a few others with my scores, which I attribute to the added comfort and lack of fatigue my style affords.
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Joined: October 27th, 2003, 11:32 pm

December 13th, 2010, 4:21 pm #9

Great shooting LD!
I can't wait to see this rig in person!!!

Regards,

Tony
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Joined: March 8th, 2009, 4:24 pm

December 13th, 2010, 5:18 pm #10

since it is camoflaged. when he wears his flowered shirt all you can see is foleage walking around.
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