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CAGC June 2nd Sunday Field Target match (Lebanon CT)

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    shutik
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    Match Date: June 2nd, Sunday
    Rifle Match – 64 shot – 32 target – 8 lanes. Average distance approximately +35 yards. Two shots per target – 8 shots per lane. 8 min time limit.
    Pistol Match – 32 shots – 16 target – 8 lanes. 10-35 yards. Two shots per target. 4 shots per lane. 4 min time limit.
    The following AAFTA classes and rules will be used:
    PCP – Combined Hunter-Unlimited*, Open, WFTF
    Piston – Combined WFTF-Open-Unlimited*, Hunter
    *Unlimited Class (attached bipods, tripods, range finders are allowed)
    Pistol – Combined Hands, Limited & Hunter
    9:00 AM Sign Up/Open Practice
    10:00 AM Shooter's Meeting/Match start
    Entry fee: $15 Adults, $5 Juniors or CAG members
    Must sign a waiver/release of liability form. Eye protection is required.
    Loaner air rifle available (Crosman Custom Shop Marauder – Mueller 8-32×44 scope for Hunter (sticks
    included) or Open Class PCP)

    We will also have pistol silhouette match after field target match (40 shots hands only). 10 Chickens @ 10 yards, 10 pigs a@ 12 yards, 10 turkeys @ 15 yards, 10 rams @ 18 yards.
    Highly recommend bringing your own folding chair and wearing waterproof boots
    4500 psi 75 cu. ft. air tank will be available for PCP shooters.
    Location: Private property of Ron Dumond.
    1001 Trumbull Hwy, Lebanon, CT 06249

    https://ctairgunners.weebly.com/
    Contact: Leo Gonzales
    e-mail: gonzav71@gmail.com
    cell: (203) 988-4261

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    I can't wait to shoot. How did you anx Leo do today?

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    shutik
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    Great shooting John! We did great as well.

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    Connecticut Air Gunners Match Report – 2019 June 2nd

    Location: 1001 Trumbull Hwy, Lebanon, CT 06249

    Match Site: Sloped, open field with trees bordering on North and East sides.

    Temperature: 75 degrees Fahrenheit – Cloudy with some sunshine

    Wind: 5-7 MPH

    Number of Targets: 32 (64 points maximum)
    Match Times: Practice 9:00–9:50 AM, Match 10:00 AM-1:30 PM, Course Takedown 1:30 PM-2:00 PM

    Results/Attendees: (9 shooters total)

    PCP WFTF

     

    57/64 John Eroh – FWB 800 Basic FT – AA 8.4 grains – Sightron 10-50×60

     

    Piston WFTF & Open

    54/64 Leo Gonzales – Walther LGU – AA 8.4 grains – Sightron 10-50×60

    49/64 Nathan Thomas – Walther LGU – AA 8.4 grains – Bushnell 8-32

    48/64 Ray Appeles – Custom Diana D54 – AA 8.4 grains – March FX 5-40 FFP

    PCP Hunter

    53/64 Vasyl Povroznyk – RAW TM 1000 – JSP 10.3 grains – Aztek Emerald 5.5-25

    43/64 Tom Hall – Crosman 1720T – AA 8.4 grains

    37/64 Brian Pepin – Umarex Gauntlet – Crosman Premier 10.5 grains – UTG 3-12

    Piston Hunter

    37/64 Ron Dumond – Air Arms TX200 – AA 8.4 grains – SWFA SS 16X

     

    Open PCP

    56/64 Chas DiCapua – RAT TM 1000 – JSP 13.3 grains – Sightron 10-50×60

     

    Remarks:

    This was beautiful day with perfect temperature and enough wind to be noticeable. Ron had targets set up by the time shooters started arriving. Perfectly cut grass on wide opened sloped field shined gorgeous green and only if you look really carefully you will notice shiny colored targets scattered throughout a field.

    There were 4 targets per lane and shooting order was near to far one shot each than repeat again near to far one more shot. Some targets were elevated on various height stands which provided added difficulty for far targets, as it changed wind profile completely.

    After sighting in and brief safety meeting 9 shooters began the match. No timers were used, but despite this shooters moved pretty quickly from late to lane. We had one new guy, Dan, show up to watch field target and ask questions about the sport and what is needed to get started. Some jokes and innuendos were exchanged and a lot of laughs happened during the match.

    After match was over, Ron and his family made hot dogs. Everyone helped to clean up targets and wind up strings.

    After most of everyone left, me Leo and Tom shot pistol silhouette match off hand. We did not keep score for this, it was mostly for practice and fun, but I believe Tom did the best.

    John shot overall match high score beating Chas by 1 point. Overall everyone did well in slight breeze and we hope to see everyone back in September.
     

    Pictures: https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ausj-Y-SAaOxiqFEUoDGBBvIXvPm8g

    Next FT match: 2019 September 22nd Sunday

    Vasyl Povroznyk
    CT Air Gunners Secretary
    ctairgunners.weebly.com

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    Thanks for the report Vasyl. I had a great time and though I shot match high using a nerf gun I'm not satisfied. I'll be happy to see whomever makes it to Maine for Bill Days shoot otherwise I'll see ya all at Crosman.

    Also thanks again Ron,Mike and the rest who helped set up the match, cook the dogs and break things down after.

    A few pics of the match as well:

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    Vasyl;

    Thank you for the match report and the pictures.  We also had 9 shooters at Delaware County yesterday.  It was a wonderful day weather wise for FT shooting.  the subject of match reports came up and some thought that because there are not always a lot of comments after a report that people don't read them.  Just so all of you "match reporters" know; Lots of us read your reports with interest so please don't think your reports are not read or appreciated.  I very much like to hear about matches at other clubs and what they are doing.  Sometimes we can pick up things to do that will improve our own matches and it lets us know what is going on elsewhere as I don't travel as well as I used to.  I read and appreciate all match reports but don't always have a comment.  Thanks for your efforts.

    Rick Bassett

     

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    shutik
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    Thanks Rick,

    Glad to hear people read these.

    Vasyl.

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    chasdicapua
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    John or Leo, do you know the time the match starts in ME on the 15th?

    Chas

     

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    If I remember correctly sight in opens at 8, it may be 9. I try to get there around 7:30-8.

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