This match meant a lot to me. I take my hat off to all those who have served, or who are serving in our military forces. I particularly owe a debt of gratitude to those whose lives were taken in the line of duty, and to all of the families left behind.
This month's match was quite interesting. Merle must have tried to empty his gun safe, entering six different weapons. Very cool. Paula, thanks for playing. Keep at it. Billll, thanks for mentoring Paula. Mr Borland continues to dominate in the accuracy department.
Score=140 Score=16 (at 25ft)
Ruger Mk I, .22LR S&W Model 41, .22LR
Ruger Single Six, .22LR Ruger Single Six, .22LR
Ruger Mk I, .22LR
Class 3 - CF with Iron Sights
Mr Borland Gray
S&W K38, .357 S&W M&P Pro, 9mm
Ruger Speed Six, 9mm S&W M3913, 9mm
Score=41 (At 25 ft) Score=21 (At 25 ft)
P38, 9mm CZ82, (9mm Makarov)
Score=40 (At 25 ft) Score=20 (At 25 ft)
British Enfield, 380/200
By the way, I had never heard of some of Merle's guns. Looks like many are vintage. Here are some example photos that I dug up. Neat.
CZ-82 S&W M3913
Ruger Speed Six Walther P-38
2010 Cumulative Winners
Thanks again for playing along. Look for the June match. It will be a charity fundraiser to support Hands On Nashville, a local volunteer organizing group that was instrumental in getting help to those that needed it during Nashville's recent floods.