Grenville Field Target Club
|1||Ryan Landry||42||HW97||Falcon T50||H&N FTT|
|2||Dave Cunningham||28||TX200||Hawke 8-32||AA 8.44|
|3||Tim MacSweyn||DNC||TX200HC||Prem. Leup 14.5-35||JSB 8.44|
|1||Jacob Charlebois||44||Steyr LG110||Sightron 10-50||JSB 8.44|
|2||Denis StJean||35||AA S400F||Hawke 10-50||H&N FTT|
|3||John Bradley||34||AR20FT||Hawke 10-50||JSB 8.44|
|1||Richard Oszpar||41||Kral Jumbo||Discovery||AA 10.34|
|1||Blane Larone||93||AA S200||Hawke 2-7||AA 7.87|
|1||Richard Tatisciore||ProSport||Hawke 3-12||JSB 8.44|
Nine shooters made it out to sweat off a few pounds and donate blood to the mosquitoes. We all survived and had a great day of shooting.
Jacob made a real nice improvement in his score to take first in the WFTF PCP class. Dennis and John were only one shot apart, with Denis having bragging rights this month.
Richard O. shot Open PCP for the first time and shot an impressive 41/60. Richard T. shot the division with him using his ProSport. Unfortunately, Richard had some issues with his scope that dropped his score dramatically.
Blane, due to having recent surgery on both wrist, shot a PCP at about 8.5 ft/lb, using a 2-7 scope and still managed a 93. Impressive!
Ryan, shooting a springer, again, took the top spot in the WFTF Piston class. Dave is still recovering from a finger injury and still managed a decent score with his backup gun.
It is good to see the attendance slowly rising each month and I hope that trend continues. Next match in on Sunday, July 24, 2022 and I am looking forward to another excellent shooting day. We will mix the lanes for the July match and then shoot what we think to be the 10 hardest lanes in August to give some preparation for the CAFTA Nationals in September.