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March 04, 2018 PSC .22 RF BR Shoot

If you ever wanted to know what a gale-force wind that shifted all over the range was like to shoot in, you should have been in Petitcodiac on Sunday. The wind was predominantly from the left and secondly down-range but in truth it shifted so often and fast that a pattern was hard to make out. You could be watching the flags and duck down to sight and in the meantime the wind had changed – a lot of us lost a few points to this situation. On top of this, the temperature was decidedly cool so that even with the stove to warm up, fingers and toes were quickly numb.

Despite this, or maybe because of it, competition was stiff and we had good fun. Today, the match director was Volker T. He was also the scorer with Dan G. as score verifier. Targets were set and changed by Shelly C., John McC., Bert deV., Dan G., Cecil H. and Chris S. The Range Officers were Dan G., John McC. and Bert deV.

Picture and Scorecard from the Shoot:

Feb. 18, 2018 PSC CF BR Shoot

Thanks to John C. and John McC. for sending the picture and results.

It was a terrific day for a shoot in Petitcodiac with temperatures across the province in the “balmy” range for this time of year. It was sunny and, knowing the range at Petitcodiac, probably a bit of wind.

Dan G. was the match director and head scorer with John McC. verifying. Congrats to John McC. for shooting a perfect 300 today!

Picture and Scorecard from the Shoot:

Jan. 21, 2018 PSC Centerfire BR Shoot

It was a nice day to host our match today. With only two relays it went fast. The temperature ranged from -7 to -1 degrees C, but it was sunny and light wind. We were able to rig the shutters to address the glare from the sun on the snow. This made for improved sight on the targets.

The Match Direstor today, was Volker T. who was also the scorer. Range Officers were
Brian P. and Dan G. Pictures by Darryl K. and write-up was send in by Volker T.

The targets were changed by Brian P., Shelly C., Dan G. and Mike A. Shelly C. brought her delicious treats and Dan G. the Timbits. Thanks,everyone, for your help. As you know, shoots don’t just happen – they need the input from many to be successful.

Welcome to Mike A. who, at his first BR shoot, did very well indeed!

Pictures and Scorecard from the Shoot: