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RMAC 2021 Day 4 Finals

Forums General Discussion RMAC 2021 Day 4 Finals

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    Airgun Nation
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    Day 4 included the Speed Challenge Finals (epic videos to come) and the 100 yard BenchRest Finals

    Pro Class Finalists

    John Bagakus being interviewed by Shooting USA after his 1st place finish in the Speed Challenge

    Pro Class Speed Challenge Winners: John Bagakus, Jaiden Tuckett, Tom Adams

    A famous foodie

    Dave Wilson – Team Centercut

    John Tafoya & Wife

    James Warren shooting a RAW

    Austin James – always working behind the scene and deserves tons of credit for all his efforts

    Yolanda (DonnyFL & SaberTactical) & Chris Turek (UpNorth Airgunner)

    Ryan Jacobson and wife

    Tom Adams – Team Wolfpack

    Abby Casey – RAW/AirForce

    John Bagakus – Team Wolfpack

    Gabriel – Team Centercut

    Keith Gibson – FX

    Chris Brauda – SPAW

    Jon Tueller – FX-USA

    Josh Warren 2nd place – Utah Airguns

    PJ Clarke – DonnyFL

    PRS shooter David Preston giving Benchrest a shot for RAW

    Mike Bricker – Team Centercut

    Justin Welch – UA

    Lauren Parsons – AoA

    Thayne Simmons – Saber Tactical

    Blanchard – UA

    Stephen – Kraford & Lypt

    Abner – Iguana Hunters Puerto Rico

    RAW, Pyramyd Air, Airforce

    Sportsman Class 100 yard Benchrest Winners: Jake McKeachnie, Jerry Kornfield, Pete Papathemetrios

    Holy smokes!

    Did that just happen?

    I think it did!

    Why yes it did!

    Shock & Awe

    Pro Class 100 yard Benchrest Winners: Keith Gibson, Josh Warren, Jason Barnes 

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    glr59
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    I am intrigued as to what calibers were used. Any info?

    Jerry

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    brink
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    What about the Sportsman Class that shot a higher score than the Pro class, don't they get any  recognition?

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    brink

    What about the Sportsman Class that shot a higher score than the Pro class, don't they get any  recognition?

    Sure, they came in 1st, 2nd or 3rd in their class and received the prizes for that class.  FYI, they did  not shoot at the same time as the Pro Class, they shot their cards prior to the Pro Class.  Apples and Oranges with wind conditions.  Look at the  qualification scores shot in Relay 1, 2, and 3, at the same time but at a different range only 200 yards away, shooting in same general direction.  Only two of the  Sportsman would have even qualified for the Pro finals…  Not to take anything away from their scores, they certainly were impressive in t he Finals…

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