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Old 05-01-2016, 07:08 PM
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Here's my report of the day's events.
The match started at 10am, about the same time as the rain. It rained the entire day, not real hard except during the 200 paper and those who shot during the first relay of animals.
Participation was not as last year, there were 4 I believe that were there, but had either illness or mechanical failures that prevented them from shooting. I also heard comments about it being the first Turkey hunting weekend for IN, maybe weather.? The weather actually helped with the wind being calm.
Besides the tri-state area, shooters from Northern IN, ILL, MI, PA, VA & TN.
This year the format changed. No longer classes for rifles, this time it was shooter classification based on previous match scores - all new shooters SharpShooter.
Along with the format change, so did the awards. Top 3 in each class were awarded a plaque and only 1 medal was given for the winner of each distance. All ties were broken by #5 shot at 50 yard target, closest to center.
50 saw some tight scores as expected. I think 3 tied with 50-3x, but Jason Day took 1st with a 50-4x
100 saw a perfect score of 50-5x by Rick Weber
200 had a tie for 1st with 50-4x by Jason Day and Mark Miller. (Jason had the tie breaker at 50)
1 hour break for lunch
200M chickens, 4 cleaned the bank of 5
300M Pigs, 5 cleaned the bank.
Awards for Animals are again determined by the #5 shot at 50.

I heard there were 4 lead changes, which makes it more evident of the good shooting by many. Looking at the scores, here is where they occurred.
After:50, Jason Day 50-4x
100, Rick Weber 100-8x
200, Mark Miller and Jeff Fisk 150-9x each.
This leaves a tie going into lunch. But, Mark had Jeff by the tie breaker.
At the end, unfortunate for Mark as he missed his last Pig which opened the door for Jeff who had just been consistent all day as he cleaned all the animals (1 of 3 shooters to do so) and took home the Grand AGG Prize.
When the awards were over, I looked at my clock and it was 4:27pm.
Congrats to Jeff for his great shooting and it was good to see everyone again. Many said they were already looking forward to next year.

I'm relatively new to this site, so if someone can post the scores posted elsewhere, it would be appreciated.
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Old 05-02-2016, 04:12 AM
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I didn't get a photo of the final tally board myself. I actually never looked at it. Someone will get it typed up soon.

There's no place a muzzleloader shooter can go and have that much fun. As a second time attendee, it appeared to me that scores improved for many. My own score improved, but I need to tighten them up more on that "X". I did clean up the 200m chickens and 300m pigs. I finished 2nd in Expert with a 164-3x.
I was in that first relay shooting pigs when the heavy rain hit. I waited out the heaviest part, about 3 or 4 minutes, then continued.
Beautiful covered range kept everyone dry when loading and shooting. It was a good day to have brought a rain coat. The Good Lord willing, I'll attend again next year.

EDITED AFTER SEEING A CORRECTION ON THE FINAL SCORE SHEET.

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Old 05-02-2016, 10:58 AM
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Old 05-02-2016, 11:20 AM
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Some of the photos others took............










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Old 05-02-2016, 11:23 AM
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hey look! The Optima out shot the TC Impact.
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Old 05-02-2016, 01:11 PM
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Originally Posted by MountainDevil54
hey look! The Optima out shot the TC Impact.
Did you notice the powder and bullet Bart was using? Pyro and powerjunks? And it may well be one of the TC's that don't shoot connies worth a crap. Haven't tried any out of my daughters yet but a lot of TC's wont shoot them well because of that QLA crap as you well know. And while you're at it Jon, care to mention every other brand INCLUDING TC beat that CVA? It aint just the gun but the man on the trigger and the ammo package he chooses!! Nice try on the knock bubba. As usual, shot down again.
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Old 05-02-2016, 02:18 PM
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Give it up! This crap gets old.

Why don't you put Jon on ignore?
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Old 05-02-2016, 02:29 PM
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Darn, still no CVA/Bergara in the top 10 again.
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Old 05-02-2016, 02:37 PM
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What are the rules for the hunter class? It looks like most of the top 10 are customs.
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I've had great luck with powerbelts and pyrodex.
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