CASA ft match results 7/14

CASA ft match results 7/14

Joined: July 6th, 2009, 8:36 pm

July 14th, 2012, 11:49 pm #1

OPEN
1. George Doganis, Thoeben Mfr, Hawke 8x32, jsb 10.3........37/45
2. Angel santiago, USFT,Nikko Stirling, Falcon 13.4.........34
3. Kelly Hawe, Daystate cr 97, bsa 10x50, cph...............29
4. Bill Tramel, USFT, nikko, jsb 10.3.......................25
5. Jorge Sanchez, USFT, Leo 35x45, JSB......................19
5. Linzie Boise, FN, BSA,CPL 7.9............................19

HUNTER PISTON
1. Scott Hull, TF 58, Leapers 3x12,JSB 7.87..................27
2. Alan Hull, QB 57, leapers 3x12, JSB 7.33..................18

Hunter pcp
1. Art Burciaga, CRX-20, 3x12, CPH,..........................32

OPEN PISTON
1. Larry Pirrone, AA Pro Sport, Hawke 8x32, JSB 7.87...........30
2. Hector Alfaro, TX 200, Premier Optics, JSB 7.87............29
3. Rick Rogers,R9, leapers 8x32, FTS..........................25
4. Carlos Iglesias, Hawke 8x32,cometa 10.3....................23
5. Ed Curry, TX 200, B&L 6x24, JSB 8.3........................22
6. Ron Jobbes, tx 200, Bush, JSB 8.3..........................18


A clear, hot and windy day greeted the CASA boys and girl for a great day of field target. I tried a different format today. Instead of the usual 11 lanes and 44 shots we went to 8 lanes, 15 targets and 45 shots. We shot each target three times. One would think that it would make it easier to correct errors with three shots but today with winds ranging between 3 and 9 mph it made each shot unique since the wind was constantly gusting. I know when it gets to 9-10 mph because my wind flag is straight out and my body is moving. I found myself holding off 3.5 mill dots on sone long targets. (my mill dots are the Hawke 20x half milldots). All scores seemed to show the effects of wind. Nevertheless everyone had a great time anbd the new format had us finishing up about an hour earlier. This format will be followed through September. Since i have 14 lanes to work with i can vary the composition a lot from match to match.

Larry Pirrone
CASA Rangemaster
Heavens Ranch facility.
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Joined: September 27th, 2009, 2:37 am

July 15th, 2012, 1:10 am #2

Larry you are correct..the wind was the factor of beat...anyways we had a lot fun along with all guys.See you next match in Angeles...
Angel
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Joined: September 27th, 2009, 2:37 am

July 15th, 2012, 1:14 am #3

OPEN
1. George Doganis, Thoeben Mfr, Hawke 8x32, jsb 10.3........37/45
2. Angel santiago, USFT,Nikko Stirling, Falcon 13.4.........34
3. Kelly Hawe, Daystate cr 97, bsa 10x50, cph...............29
4. Bill Tramel, USFT, nikko, jsb 10.3.......................25
5. Jorge Sanchez, USFT, Leo 35x45, JSB......................19
5. Linzie Boise, FN, BSA,CPL 7.9............................19

HUNTER PISTON
1. Scott Hull, TF 58, Leapers 3x12,JSB 7.87..................27
2. Alan Hull, QB 57, leapers 3x12, JSB 7.33..................18

Hunter pcp
1. Art Burciaga, CRX-20, 3x12, CPH,..........................32

OPEN PISTON
1. Larry Pirrone, AA Pro Sport, Hawke 8x32, JSB 7.87...........30
2. Hector Alfaro, TX 200, Premier Optics, JSB 7.87............29
3. Rick Rogers,R9, leapers 8x32, FTS..........................25
4. Carlos Iglesias, Hawke 8x32,cometa 10.3....................23
5. Ed Curry, TX 200, B&L 6x24, JSB 8.3........................22
6. Ron Jobbes, tx 200, Bush, JSB 8.3..........................18


A clear, hot and windy day greeted the CASA boys and girl for a great day of field target. I tried a different format today. Instead of the usual 11 lanes and 44 shots we went to 8 lanes, 15 targets and 45 shots. We shot each target three times. One would think that it would make it easier to correct errors with three shots but today with winds ranging between 3 and 9 mph it made each shot unique since the wind was constantly gusting. I know when it gets to 9-10 mph because my wind flag is straight out and my body is moving. I found myself holding off 3.5 mill dots on sone long targets. (my mill dots are the Hawke 20x half milldots). All scores seemed to show the effects of wind. Nevertheless everyone had a great time anbd the new format had us finishing up about an hour earlier. This format will be followed through September. Since i have 14 lanes to work with i can vary the composition a lot from match to match.

Larry Pirrone
CASA Rangemaster
Heavens Ranch facility.
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Joined: July 6th, 2009, 8:36 pm

July 15th, 2012, 2:12 am #4

Great pics. Thanks, Angel. n/t
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Joined: October 27th, 2010, 4:43 am

July 15th, 2012, 7:02 pm #5

OPEN
1. George Doganis, Thoeben Mfr, Hawke 8x32, jsb 10.3........37/45
2. Angel santiago, USFT,Nikko Stirling, Falcon 13.4.........34
3. Kelly Hawe, Daystate cr 97, bsa 10x50, cph...............29
4. Bill Tramel, USFT, nikko, jsb 10.3.......................25
5. Jorge Sanchez, USFT, Leo 35x45, JSB......................19
5. Linzie Boise, FN, BSA,CPL 7.9............................19

HUNTER PISTON
1. Scott Hull, TF 58, Leapers 3x12,JSB 7.87..................27
2. Alan Hull, QB 57, leapers 3x12, JSB 7.33..................18

Hunter pcp
1. Art Burciaga, CRX-20, 3x12, CPH,..........................32

OPEN PISTON
1. Larry Pirrone, AA Pro Sport, Hawke 8x32, JSB 7.87...........30
2. Hector Alfaro, TX 200, Premier Optics, JSB 7.87............29
3. Rick Rogers,R9, leapers 8x32, FTS..........................25
4. Carlos Iglesias, Hawke 8x32,cometa 10.3....................23
5. Ed Curry, TX 200, B&L 6x24, JSB 8.3........................22
6. Ron Jobbes, tx 200, Bush, JSB 8.3..........................18


A clear, hot and windy day greeted the CASA boys and girl for a great day of field target. I tried a different format today. Instead of the usual 11 lanes and 44 shots we went to 8 lanes, 15 targets and 45 shots. We shot each target three times. One would think that it would make it easier to correct errors with three shots but today with winds ranging between 3 and 9 mph it made each shot unique since the wind was constantly gusting. I know when it gets to 9-10 mph because my wind flag is straight out and my body is moving. I found myself holding off 3.5 mill dots on sone long targets. (my mill dots are the Hawke 20x half milldots). All scores seemed to show the effects of wind. Nevertheless everyone had a great time anbd the new format had us finishing up about an hour earlier. This format will be followed through September. Since i have 14 lanes to work with i can vary the composition a lot from match to match.

Larry Pirrone
CASA Rangemaster
Heavens Ranch facility.
we had a great time. The new format worked ok for the 18 shooters we had. We need to try it with more shooters.
Angel, thanks for the pictures, BTW good shooting. I guess I'm going to go to the REAL DARK SIDE and shoot OPEN. Looks like I don't have any one to compete with. It wouldn't be fair to say I had defended my title. That or go back to spring gun, way behind on points.
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Joined: July 6th, 2009, 8:36 pm

July 16th, 2012, 1:23 pm #6

nothing else matters in the long run. You are outfitted for Hunter. Changing to open will create some problems for you. you have no open class points at all so have no chance in that class for the points series.
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Joined: September 28th, 2000, 12:50 am

July 16th, 2012, 3:05 pm #7

OPEN
1. George Doganis, Thoeben Mfr, Hawke 8x32, jsb 10.3........37/45
2. Angel santiago, USFT,Nikko Stirling, Falcon 13.4.........34
3. Kelly Hawe, Daystate cr 97, bsa 10x50, cph...............29
4. Bill Tramel, USFT, nikko, jsb 10.3.......................25
5. Jorge Sanchez, USFT, Leo 35x45, JSB......................19
5. Linzie Boise, FN, BSA,CPL 7.9............................19

HUNTER PISTON
1. Scott Hull, TF 58, Leapers 3x12,JSB 7.87..................27
2. Alan Hull, QB 57, leapers 3x12, JSB 7.33..................18

Hunter pcp
1. Art Burciaga, CRX-20, 3x12, CPH,..........................32

OPEN PISTON
1. Larry Pirrone, AA Pro Sport, Hawke 8x32, JSB 7.87...........30
2. Hector Alfaro, TX 200, Premier Optics, JSB 7.87............29
3. Rick Rogers,R9, leapers 8x32, FTS..........................25
4. Carlos Iglesias, Hawke 8x32,cometa 10.3....................23
5. Ed Curry, TX 200, B&L 6x24, JSB 8.3........................22
6. Ron Jobbes, tx 200, Bush, JSB 8.3..........................18


A clear, hot and windy day greeted the CASA boys and girl for a great day of field target. I tried a different format today. Instead of the usual 11 lanes and 44 shots we went to 8 lanes, 15 targets and 45 shots. We shot each target three times. One would think that it would make it easier to correct errors with three shots but today with winds ranging between 3 and 9 mph it made each shot unique since the wind was constantly gusting. I know when it gets to 9-10 mph because my wind flag is straight out and my body is moving. I found myself holding off 3.5 mill dots on sone long targets. (my mill dots are the Hawke 20x half milldots). All scores seemed to show the effects of wind. Nevertheless everyone had a great time anbd the new format had us finishing up about an hour earlier. This format will be followed through September. Since i have 14 lanes to work with i can vary the composition a lot from match to match.

Larry Pirrone
CASA Rangemaster
Heavens Ranch facility.
I'm glad Angel is doing good with his 0.22" cal. USFT. He has put some real work into it.

Your shooting in that kind of wind was also good! Congrats to my Tocayo Alfaro who shoots his springers once in a while. After the Whirlygig thingy, it must be very different.

Good scores overall!

As a SUGGESTION: If you want to take 3 shots at the same target, why not shoot and change target till all the targets in the lane are done and then repeat the lane three times? Or even get the course over and then repeat the course three times? I think that it could be an interesting experience.

Just a thought. Congrats again!



Un Abrazo!




H�ctor
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Joined: July 6th, 2009, 8:36 pm

July 16th, 2012, 3:34 pm #8

since we have a course set between two hills and it funnels the wind. we seem to have a constant state of windiness all year. then add long uphill shots to that and some downhills into gullies. Then part of the course is set on the downslope of some hills with a completly different wind angle from the first half of the course. I tend to leave most of my lost points on that side of the hill.

as for shooting targets three times, i went to this due to summer heat and the ease of settup and takedown as well as a somewhat faster match during hot summer months.

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

July 18th, 2012, 6:50 am #9

I had a part of my course set so you needed to shoot each target three times ... but you hadda use a different position for each shot (and no, kneeling does NOT mean standing our here).
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Joined: March 8th, 2009, 4:24 pm

July 18th, 2012, 11:13 pm #10

you could have a lane with three targets. first target is shot standing (closest) next target shot kneeling and last target shot sitting. could be done two shots per target in that lane. would still be six for the lane. Or you could do it the way you did it. One target in the lane. three sitting, three kneeling and three standing shots all at same target.
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