What is a Postal Match?

Before the internet, if friendly target shooters wanted to compete against one another they could either meet together and exchange targets, or they would participate in a Postal Match. Typically these contests were a standard course of fire that the participants shot, then mailed to the contest organizer for tally. Since the internet can provide us with nearly instant feedback, and we can trade many different targets, it seems to be an ideal format for the "Modern Postal Match".

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

January 2010 Results

Here are the results for the January 2010 match. Manfred and Wyatt are from France and I welcome them and their friends. I hope you continue to play along.
     Class 3, S&W Model 66       CF Unlimited, S&W Model 66 w/Laser
     .38 special                         .38 special
      Score = 99                          Score = 98

     Class 3, S&W Model 610     Class 3, USFA SAA
     10mm                                 .45 colt
     Score = 91                          Score = 74
     Class 3, USFA SAA         Class 3, S&W Model 610
     .45 colt                            10mm
     Score = 80                        Score = 88

   Class 1, Ruger Single Six
   Score = 82

   Class 1, Ruger Single Six
   Score = 88
Class 1 winner = Bob
Class 3 winner = Gray
CF Unlimited winner = Gray

Great shooting everyone. We will tally the scores each month and declare the 2010 winner of each class at the end of the year. Remember the new 2010 rules - you can enter as many classes as you like, with as many different guns in each class, but only one target per gun. Shoot straight, be safe and have fun.

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