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Rifle: On Saturday, Mar. 9, at 0900, six rifle shooters met at our range to fire the regular weekly rifle match. The temperature was 27 and 70% humidity with clear sunny skies no wind. It was 34 with 55% humidity by the end. Course of fire is 10 shots slow fire prone, 10 shots rapid fire prone, 10 shots slow fire standing.
                      
The following fired rifles that are used in the CMP (Civilian Marksmanship Program) course of fire and are in the medal score category:  High Score was Joe Dwyer who fired a .30 cal. US M1903-A3 and scored 89+92-2X’s+59=240-2X’s. John Bay fired one round with a.30 cal. M1 Garand. The firing pin broke and he finished shooting with a .30 cal. US M1903-A3 and scored 89-2X’s+80+62=231-2X’s.
 
The following fired other rifles:  High Score was Gil Holm who fired a .223 cal. and scored 94-3X’s+95-2X’s+88=277-5X’s. Dave Spearing fired a .22 cal. Rimfire Model 44 US military trainer and scored 93-1X+91-1X+83=267-2X’s. Mike Gentile fired a .223 cal. and scored 89+80-1X+84-1X=253-2X’s. Mark Walker fired a .223 cal. and scored 88-1X+89-2X’s+54-1X=231-4X’s.

After the match, six went to the excellent Willow Glen Café for beverages. Lynn served drinks, John Bay paid the tab every one thanks them all.

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RIFLE NEWS

Rifle: On Saturday, Mar. 2, at 0900, seven rifle shooters met at our range to fire the regular weekly rifle match. The temperature was 34 and 75% humidity with light overcast skies and no wind. It was 40 with 58% humidity by the end. Course of fire is 10 shots slow fire prone, 10 shots rapid fire prone, 10 shots slow fire standing.
                
The following fired rifles that are used in the CMP (Civilian Marksmanship Program) course of fire and are in the medal score category:  High Score was Dave Spearing who had a CMP gold medal score. He fired a .30 cal. US M1903-A3 and scored 93-1X+94-1X+94=281-2X’s. Joe Dwyer fired a .30 cal. M1 Garand and scored 87+80-2X’s+55=222-2X’s. John Bay fired a .30 cal. US M1903-A3 and scored 79+85-1X+58=222-1X. Dieter Gerecke fired a .308 cal. M1A and scored 85-2X’s+81-1X+53=219-3X’s.
 
The following fired other rifles:  High Score was Gil Holm who fired a .223 cal. and scored 99-3X’s+94-1X+71-2X’s=264-6X’s. Mark Walker fired a .223 cal. and scored 84-2X’s+80+74=238-2X’s. Chuck Cargile fired a .22 cal. rimfire with a scope and scored 96+99-5X’s+48=243-5X’s.

After the match, seven went to the excellent Willow Glen Café for beverages. Dick Cyphers joined us. Stacy served drinks, Dave Spearing paid the tab every one thanks them all.

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by Dave Spearing

Rifle: On Saturday, Feb 23, at 0900, six rifle shooters met at our range to fire the regular weekly rifle match. The temperature was 32 and 75% humidity with light overcast skies and no wind. It was 40 with 52% humidity by the end. Course of fire is 10 shots slow fire prone, 10 shots rapid fire prone, 10 shots slow fire standing.
                       
The following fired rifles that are used in the CMP (Civilian Marksmanship Program) course of fire and are in the medal score category:  High Score was John Bay.  He fired a .30 cal. US M1903-A3 and scored 84-1X+88-1X+60=232-2X’s. Joe Dwyer fired a .30 cal. M1 Garand and scored 91-2X’s+80-1X+56=227-3X’s.
 
The following fired other rifles:  High Score was Dave Spearing who fired a .223 cal. Rock River and scored 99-5X’s+98-3X’s+89=286-9X’s. Chuck Cargile fired a .22 cal. with a scope and scored 94-2X’s+98-1X+57=249-3X’s. Mark Walker fired a .223 cal. and scored 90-2X’s+80+63=233-2X’s. Gil Holm fired a .22 cal. rimfire with a scope (only fired two of three rounds) and scored 100-1X+95-1X=195-2X’s.
 
After the match, five went to the excellent Willow Glen Café for beverages. Dick Cyphers joined us. Lynn served drinks, Chuck Cargile paid the tab every one thanks them all.

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