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AAFTA Grand Prix - Humility Hill Challenge 2019 - Ashland, Or. May 18th and 19th  

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Wayne Burns
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2019 AAFTA Grand Prix -Humility Hill Challenge

         Air Rifle & Pistol Field Target

250 Neil Creek Rd., Ashland, Oregon

Pistol May 18th Rifle Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th

SCHEDULE

Cost is $60 if paid by April 15th, 2019, or $70 if paid after.

 

This will be on a 52 target, 26 lane, WFTF style course and shot one shot per target, but all AAFTA classes are welcome to compete.   We will have plenty of air tanks available and snacks and water on the courses.


PLEASE REGISTER BY May 1st, 2019.
  We have to order food & awards.  We can’t order awards for the classes that don’t have at least  3 shooters by May 5th, 2019. 

 

All AAFTA Rifle & Pistol rules and classes apply.  See at www.aafta.org  The “Western Free Style” class will also be allowed.   In any matters arising and not covered by these rules, the Match Director’s decision will be final.

 

Emigrant Lake Campground has tent and full hookup site available, with flush toilets and hot shower available onsite.

 

Practice on sight in line for registered competitors, on Friday between 7am and 7pm.  Equipment inspection and FPE testing will be done before you get to sight in and during the matches at testing lanes.

 

NO lasers or separate range finding devices are allowed, (except for the “Western Free Style” class/squads), and anyone seen with a range finder on the course at any time before or during any of the pistol or rifle matches will be disqualified.

 

FRIDAY FREE LUNCH STARTS at 12:30 pm

 

PISTOL FIELD TARGET MATCH – May 18th   (IF AT LEAST 6 PRE REGISTER)

Safety Meeting will be at 2:45pm on Saturday afternoon.  Match starts at 3:00Pm.  This will be a 42 shot course, 7 lanes, 3 targets per lane, with two shots per target.   Targets will be set from 10 to 35 yards and kill zones will be from ½” to 2”.  Timers will be given with the score cards.  Competitors are allowed 7 minutes to make 6 shots.  One lane will be standing only.  Note that this course is also open to “Basic Break Barrel rifles”, (if 3 shooters preregister), with 12 X or less scopes. 

 

Unlimited class pistols can shoot the RIFLE course and win separate awards if 3 shooters register.

 

RIFLE FIELD TARGET MATCH- DAY ONE – May 18th  

Competitors can start sight in practice for the Rifle Field Target match at 7 am.  Safety Meeting begins at 9:45 am.  The match starts at 10:00 am.  This will be a 52 shot course, with 26 lanes, two targets per lane, and ONE shot per target.  Timers will be given with the score cards.  Competitors will be allowed 4 minutes to set up, make their 2 shots and get their equipment out of the shooting box.  Two lanes will be standing and two will be kneeling.

 

SATURDAY FREE LUNCH STARTS at 1:00 pm

Bring your favorite low power offhand rig for the afternoon and evening side shoots.

 

RIFLE FIELD TARGET MATCH- DAY TWO – May 19th

Competitors can start sight in practice for the Rifle Field Target match at 7 am.  Safety Meeting begins at 9:15 am.  The match starts at 9:30 am This will be a 52 shot course, with 26 lanes, two targets per lane, and ONE shot per target.  Timers will be given with the score cards.  Competitors will be allowed 4 minutes to set up, make their 2 shots and get their equipment out of the shooting box.  Two lanes will be standing and two will be kneeling.

 

SUNDAY FREE LUNCH STARTS at 1:00 pm.   AWARD PRESENTATIONS will follow.

 

Randy Ebersole,

Match Director - 541-613-7829

2019 Humility Hill Challenge

Air Gun Field Target Championships

 

Registration forms:   wayne.@airgunoregon.com

 

Registration Form

Name__________________________________________  Phone ___________________

Address__________________________________________________________________

City______________________________________  State________  Zip_______________ Email____________________________________________________________________

Air Rifle/Unlimited Pistol____________________________ Pellet & speed___________

Scope___________________________________________  Ft. Lbs. _________________

Rifle Divisions

Open PCP ____        Open Piston ____     WFTF 12fpe Piston____    FreeStyle _______

WFTF 12fpe PCP ____    Hunter PCP____    Hunter Piston____   Unlimited Pistol ______

Air Pistol ____________________________Pellet & speed________________________

Scope___________________________________________  Ft. Lbs. _________________

Pistol Divisions- All divisions have a 12fpe limit 

Open ____  Hunter ____    Hands Supported only  ____  Basic Break Barrel Rifle _____

 

I ____________________________________ hereby release all the owners of the property and managers of the “Humility Hill Challenge” field target event from any and all liability from any injuries, losses and any other liabilities that might occur before, during, or after the air gun matches at any Corp Ranch Properties, Ashland, Or. 97520

 

Signed by competitor___________________________________________  Date_______________

 

Cost is $60 if paid by April 15th, 2019, or $70 if paid after.

 

Send to:   Humility Hill Challenge, PO Box 3180, Ashland, Oregon 97520

Match Director: Randy Ebersole
Cell phone – 541-613-7829             email wayne@airgunoregon.com

 

 Camping onsite and nearby.  Call or email for info.

 

Wayne Burns,

Match Director,

Ashland Air Rifle Range


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2019-03-12 11:39:23  

WooHOO!
YESSS, let's get the season rolling. 

I'm still shoveling snow from my driveway ... today. But in my mind, I'm boinging pellets downrange.

See ya soon, Wayne and Randy!!
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2019-04-08 16:37:28  

Sue and I will be there and will be doing Registration as in the past (Minus Last Year).

Weigh those Projectiles...…………….  

It's an AIRGUN THING - You wouldn't understand!


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2019-04-12 17:25:26  

Just a note that the match fee goes up 10$ if not paid by April 15th... and

Make checks out to Randy Ebersole in care of "Humility Hill Challenge".  Not to "Humility Hill Challenge"

Thanks,

Wayne

Wayne Burns,

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Ashland Air Rifle Range


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2019-05-01 13:14:43  

Less than three weeks away, challenging match to test your skills and fun capacity!!

 

Bump bump baby!


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2019-05-01 17:33:33  

Haven't heard from Son Lu about coming yet... but after his win in Morro Bay, I bet he'll be here to continue his dominance in WFTF class PCP.... little does he know I've made a deal to get his old discarded FT scope and this old man is hoping to beat that young whipper snapper with his old equipment:-)

 

Wayne

Wayne Burns,

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Ashland Air Rifle Range


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Posted by: Wayne Burns

Haven't heard from Son Lu about coming yet... but after his win in Morro Bay, I bet he'll be here to continue his dominance in WFTF class PCP.... little does he know I've made a deal to get his old discarded FT scope and this old man is hoping to beat that young whipper snapper with his old equipment:-)

 

Wayne

Haaa! In airgun speak, Wayne has thrown down the GAUNTLET. Maybe we can get him and Son on TV ... say, Jerry SPRINGER?
Good times alert! 😆 😆 😆

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2019-05-02 11:05:41  

Jerry Springer? I'm fresh outta those, but I can bring a couple Springers! Ready and willing to take on the course!

Cam


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Wayne Burns
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2019-05-02 12:30:41  

Don't think I didn't notice that "Boinger" class is whomping PCP class these days.. And Jessica can whip them boys in any class she chooses!

Especially her husband...

Blessings you two... keep shooting together.

PS.. I remember you spending your honeymoon at my course getting lessons... look what has happened!  You have both come a long way in a short time.  You are both great competitors and super fun to shoot with...

 

Wayne

Wayne Burns,

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Ashland Air Rifle Range


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2019-05-03 00:51:34  

Unfortunately I will be on a business trip on that week.  If I can change my flight to come home earlier, I will make a trip to OR.

We missed  you in Morro Bay Wayne!

Son Lu


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2019-05-04 15:28:20  

Wayne I'm in...

Pistol

And hunter pcp

 

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2019-05-14 15:52:17  

How's the weather looking?

Says Saturday and Sunday 80%-70% chance of rain now....


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2019-05-15 08:01:38  

What's the matter snowflake...afraid you are going to melt?

See you there

 


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2019-05-15 11:28:55  

Rain?
In Oregon?

Naw.

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2019-05-15 14:00:52  
Posted by: Darren

What's the matter snowflake...afraid you are going to melt?

See you there

 

Just got a nice hair perm and don't want to ruin it...  

 

I shot in the NC hurricane Nationals match, Oregon ain't got nothing like that this time of year.  

When you need glasses shooting in the rain is a huge pita on several levels.  It's not like we need to focus on the target for any real reason...

 

I expect you'll be shooting your springer in the pouring rain then?


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2019-05-15 15:19:58  

Chance of rain has dropped 10% for Saturday...!

 

I have been informed that every lane has a raised 5' square wood shooter's platform...  

 

Hot cocoa and coffee will be served by Wayne and Randy with back rubs and foot massages at every standing and kneeling lane!

 

 


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2019-05-16 09:37:55  

Keep your do-rag on from about Fresno through Redding, Jim W.
After that, I believe you'll be set.

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2019-05-16 13:43:27  

Chance of rain is dropping day by day, down to 40/50%!

Saw a few photos from the match site this morning, a few small clouds and sunny!   Looks fantastic!  Getting excited!!

 

Bob, I have a lot less hair now than I did in Morro Bay!  😉


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2019-05-16 19:53:35  

Weather report shaping up.  Was iffy yesterday, but looks ok now.

Me and Jim Z. are going for sure now.

 


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2019-05-16 20:04:15  

Yes Folks, the weather is shaping up nicely... they have been predicting showers for the last few days and we did get like a heavy fog for periods of time and drizzell last night.  There has been more cloudy with sun break thru than light rain, and today the wind has been blowing harder than predicted, so that tells me the high pressure is winning out and we'll see less rain and clouds than predicted. 

But, even if we have to delay or take a break we'll have plenty of time to get the match done in dry weather.

So, come on down ya'll

Wayne

Yes, back and foot rubs will be available, but at a very high surcharge:-).. but only those who really kiss up get the cocoa.

Wayne Burns,

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Ashland Air Rifle Range


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2019-05-18 19:46:17  

A few pictures from day one. 

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2019-05-19 18:53:46  

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Pictures from day two. Not sure why it cut the bottom off of some, and sorry for the doubles if I post them. Some photos did not turn out at all sorry if I did not get you.

Great shooting everyone. It was a pleasure seeing and conversing with all of you. 


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2019-05-20 20:32:26  

Simply epic!!!

 

Can't even begin to imagine how much work that was to start almost from scratch again on that hill!

 

Day one was nuts, day two was tough but at least it was closer to known wind holdovers...  Platforms were dynamite although I did miss being able to get the front foot up or down for the elevation gains.  But now I know which angle I need to improve on now. 😉  String placement was difficult but I am not sure where else it would work better.  

I think the yellow course offhand was too easy...I mean I hit all four and that is not supposed to happen...

 

I liked that you needed to change position from the first to second target on many of the lanes, it mixed up the wind and made it so you had to be as efficient as possible with your time if you wanted to wait the wind out at all.  Targets were situated so you had to look for wind shadows in order to hit the kz, this broke up the wind reading between targets on the same lane, compounding the difference in distances.  A few shots I had less wind holdover at longer distances compared to the previous target.

 

The target distance from lane to lane appeared more varied on the blue course than the yellow course.  Day one (yellow) there were a bunch of lanes where I shot at zero clicks).  Maybe my zero is unusually long (which it is) but I have also experienced this phenomenon at other matches.  I will try to be mindful of this when planning the Nevada course.

 

Is stacking a 10 and 55 yard target on the same lane now passe??  Or ending on a 10 yard target to find a 55 as the first target on the next lane... Those were the ones where you forget to back out the over rotation and end inevitably up missing the first shot and often the second.

 

The weather held, well except for the pistol match (which I did not shoot) and was dynamic and beautiful to watch play across the mountains beyond.  What a view!!

 

Thanks again for an epic event, my first time at The Hill was a good one!


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2019-05-20 20:34:24  

Oh yeah, almost forgot.

 

The three jet formation fly over was a bit tardy (halfway through the match on Sunday), you may not want to write out that check after all... 😎 


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2019-05-21 11:25:07  

Wow, did we get lucky with the weather, while Saturday was pretty miserable with wind and cold, we stayed dry. Sunday was actually a very nice day, cold but only moderate winds and no rain. Based upon my comments you can tell I didn't shoot the pistol match because those brave souls had to deal with cold,  15-20mph winds and some rain. But it could have been much worse if we got the rain that was predicted, somebody up there likes us.

What an amazing course, I cannot remember a single shot in two days that I would have considered level, and some of the uphill shots were at ridiculous angles. You went from shooting downhill in an open field with full+ wind effect to shooting uphill in a wooded area where you were looking into the sun or the targets were tucked away in dark shaded coves. What a fun challenge, my hat's off to the people who designed the course and spent the incredible amount of time to set it up. The shooting platforms are amazing and I don't know how you could shoot the course without them.  Thank you Randy, Chris, Jacob and Wayne. I know the course is still a work in process and we look forward to seeing it progress as the years go by.

Congratulations to the class winners that was some incredible shooting, JimW's score of was amazing, particularly Saturday when the winds ate everyone's lunch. I am also totally in awe of the WFTF shooters, I cannot imagine shooting on Saturday with a 12ft lb rifle. 

On to Nevada next month, where we will shoot one of the most unique courses we have out West, the match certainly lives up to it's catch phrase "Are you tough enough!"  Hope to see many of you there.

Jim in Sacramento

Sacramento Valley Airgun Club


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2019-05-21 23:38:38  

this was the most challenging course I have ever shot.  Over the past year, I've tapered off on field target for bench rest, but this match reminded me why I love FT.  The match was well-organized and the course was comfortable with the wood shooters platforms. The shooters were a great, friendly (if competitive) group.  But then you add in the wind, the unrelenting up and down hill shots and on saturday the high winds and rain, and you have FT heaven.  Randy, Jason, Darren, Chris M, and of course, Wayne all put in heroic effort to make the course what it was.  For you east coasters, its worth the trip to the west coast to test your skills here.  You will probably discover that you are not as good as you thought.  I know I did.


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2019-05-22 08:52:47  

I know you are all waiting for the match report... but Randy is recovering.  He'll get with me today, I hope... and we'll get the match report done.  Thanks for the nice comments... AND thanks for making the journey to Ashland.  This IS a course that will challenge the best of us.  If you want to come and practice your wind reading and up and downhill shots, then schedule a week to come on down...  across ... or up as the case may be:-)

Blessings,

Wayne

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2019-05-23 19:20:39  

Match Report Humility Hill May 19th and 20th 2019

Our match director, Randy Ebersole, asked me to write the match report for him.

The weather outside was” fright-full”… who cares about inside (it felt like Christmas anyway) … We worried about the predicted rainfall, but escaped the drops until the later part of the day during the pistol match. But the wind, (8 to 24mph), would not listen to our prayers… and kept gaining in power as the day moved on…. It gusted to the low 30s at times with horizontal rain during the pistol match.  Not only was the wind furious, it was switching directions and not steady for very many seconds at a time…. Not our normal conditions for the middle of May in Southern Oregon.  It was great to have the wood decks on every lane to shoot from, keeping us high above any mud and dry and level.

We ended up shooting two shots per target, since the wind was so bad.  It was 52 shots on 13 lanes each day on the blue and yellow courses. The high rifle score over both days only reached 84%, and was shot by Jim Whittlesey in Open Class. Saturday’s course had an average distance of 40.5 yards, a 1.43 kill zone and was 35.9T (Avg DF NoEnv), 42.96 (Avg DF All), (just under the legal limit), with 16 of the 26 targets past 40 yds and a standard deviation of 6.06.  On Sunday, the course had an average distance of 38.27 yards, a 1.3” kill zone and was 33.09T (Avg DF NoEnv), 40.47 (Avg DF All), with 13 of the 26 targets past 40 yds and a standard deviation of 8.03

We had 17 competitors that shot on both days. Larry Durham, Jim Zigler, John Knapp, and Scott Hull came up from Southern CA.  Riz and his son Vincent Marquez, Jessica and Cameron Kerndt, Jim Cyran, Chris Merritt, Jim Whittlesey, Darren Taylor, and Dana Wyse (his gun fell over and bent his scope on Saturday, so didn’t shoot on Sunday), all journeyed from Northern CA… joining us locals, Bob Kidd (Bob moved to La Pine a couple hours NE of Ashland.. Welcome BoB!), Chris Lovitt, Randy Ebersole, Jacob Sumner and I. 

The pistol match was contested Saturday afternoon after the rifle match, by eleven shooters; 5 in the Unlimited, and 6 in Hunter class.  High score was shot by Cameron Kerndt (36/40) in Un-limited class, with Riz and Scott H. close behind with a 35/40.  Randy E. won Hunter Class with a 33/40, I was 2nd with 29/40 and Jacob, LD, and Vincent only a point or two behind, on the 33.44 (Avg DF NoEnv), 41.04 (Avg DF All) troyer pistol course.  LD created a new USFT pistol and he graciously allowed me to share it in the pistol match, he also switched scopes and air tanks with a higher reg. pressure, making it a 15fpe carbine rifle and also used it to compete in the rifle Hunter PCP class.

The switching and extreme wind conditions hurt the scores.  Saturday’s high score was shot by JW, in Open Class 43/52, with Riz in WFTF PCP only a point behind, and Randy two behind Riz.  The scores were tight in Hunter PCP.  John Knapp was in the lead with a 34/52… with, only 6 points separating the five contestants, and two points the top four in Hunter PCP.  The high Piston score was shot in WFTF, by Cameron K., with a 33/52… matching the second high score in Hunter PCP!

Sunday saw a much needed break in the weather, with patchy SUNNY skies and very light winds, (to start the day at least).  Everyone’s spirit was high at the prospects of great shooting conditions.  But, the lighter winds were still difficult to read, even with the easier course and lighter winds, the high score of the day was still only a 44/52…. But it was shot by three competitors; JW, Scott Hull, and our very own Chris Lovitt.  That good score on Sunday, bumped Chris to 1st in Hunter PCP with a 76/104, but only by one point, with LD and Jim C. tied for 2nd with a final score of 75/104.  Scott’s high score on Sunday, was not enough to make up for Saturday in Open Class, and JW’s 87/104 was the high overall score and a solid first in Open PCP, giving Scott, a solid 2nd with 78/104 and Chris M. 3rd with 67/104.  WFTF PCP was won by Riz with 82/104, and Randy close behind in 2nd with 80/104 and me lagging with a 77/104.  Cameron shot a super piston score on Sunday of 37/52 to run away with WFTF Piston Class, with Jacob S. also shooting super piston on Sunday only a point behind with a 36/52 to take a combined piston 2nd place.  Western Free Style Class didn’t have any easier time with the conditions and the courses, and Jim Zigler won the class with a 62/104 and Darren Taylor took 2nd with a 41/104.

The skies were turning darker as we finished up a great meal provided by my sister Laurie and her friend Kathy, but we got the awards given out and the competitors on their way home before any wetness spoiled a great grand prix match and day of shooting.

Here are the scores by class:

PISTOL – Unlimited:

Caneron Kerndt- Beeman AR2079A custom- Hawke 3-12x50 – AA 10.34 @700fps – 36/40

Scott Hull- Marauder custom- UTG 3-12x44 – AA 10.34 @ 720fps – 35/40

Riz Marquez – Rizzynator custom – Bushnell 3-12x42 – AA 8.44 @790– 35/40

Dana Wyse – Thomas Carbine - UTG 3-12x44 – JSB 8.44 @ 790fps – 27/40

Darren Taylor – 1720T - UTG 3-12x44 – AA 10.34 @ 700fps – 15/40

PISTOL – Hunter:

Randy Ebersole – 1720T - UTG 3-12x44 – AA 10.34 @ 700fps – 33/40

Wayne Burns – USFT Pistol Custom #1 – Hawke 3-12x50 - AA 8.44 @790– 29/40

Jacob Sumner - 1720T – UTG 3-12x44 - AA 8.44 @790– 28/40

Larry Durham – USFT Pistol Custom #1 – Hawke 3-12x50 - AA 8.44 @790– 26/40

Vincent Marquez – Rizzynator custom – Bushnell 3-12x42 – AA 8.44 @790– 25/40

 John Knapp – 1720T – Hawke 3-12x50 – JSB 8.44 – 19/40

 

RIFLE WFTF PCP:

Riz Marquez- Thomas Carbine – March 10-60x52 – JSB 8.44 – 82/104

Randy Ebersole – USFT # 44 – Sightron 10-50x60 – AA 8.44 @790– 80/104

 

Wayne Burns – USFT # 1 – Sightron 10-50x60 – AA 8.44 @790– 77/104

RIFLE HUNTER PCP:

Chris Lovitt – Custom Marauder – Sightron 10-50x60 – JSB 13.4 – 76/104

Larry Durham – USFT Pistol/Carbine Custom #1 – Bushy 6500 4-16x50 - AA 8.44 @890– 75/104

Jim Cyran – Steyr LG100 – S&B 5- 25 x56 – .20 cal JSB 13.4 – 75/104

John Knapp- USFT hunter – Hawke 4-16x50 – JSB .20 cal 13.4 – 69/104

Vincent Marquez- Daystate - Sightron 10-50x60 – AA 10.34 @890– 56/104

OPEN Class:

Jim Whittlesey – Thomas Carbine – Nikko 10-50x60 – JSB 13.4 .177 cal – 87/104 * High Overall Score

Scott Hull – Diana – Monstrum 6-24x50 – H&N sniper medium – 78/104

Chris Merritt – USFT 27 – Nikko 10-50x60 – AA 10.34 – 67/104

Dana Wyse – Thomas Carbine - March– JSB 13.34 – Saturday only 17/52

FREE STYLE class:

Jim Zigler – USFT – Hawke 8-32 x56 – CPH 10.5 – 62/104

Darren Taylor – Marauder – Aeon 4-16 – AA 10.34 -   – 41/104

COMBINED PISTON:

Caneron Kerndt- HW 97- Vortec 10-40 – H&N 8.65 @770fps – WFTF Piston – 70/104

Jacob Sumner – HW97 – Hawke 8-32x56 – AA 7.87 @ 810fps – Hunter Piston – 58/104

Jessica Kerndt- HW 97- Vortec 10-40 – H&N 8.65 @770fps – WFTF Piston – 49/104

Bob Kidd – HW 97 – Sightron S111 10-50x60 – H&N FT – WFTF Piston – 45/104

Randy asked me to thank you all for taking the time and treasure to travel here and join in our fun competing.  Also, special thanks to my sister Laurie and her friend Kathy, for feeding us over the match days.  I also personally, want to thank you all for coming to visit the ranch and new courses to test your shooting skills, do some trading, and share stories of shots made and missed. It was so great to see each and every one of you!

 I’ll see some of you in Battle Mt. Nevada real soon.

Blessings

Wayne Burns,

For Randy Ebersole

Match Director

Ashland Precision Airgunners.

Humility Hill Challenge 2019

Wayne Burns,

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Ashland Air Rifle Range


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I was shooting 13.4's in 177.  If it matter at all... 😉

 


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Wayne Burns
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Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 91
2019-05-24 18:22:32  

Thanks JW, fixed..

Wayne

Wayne Burns,

Match Director,

Ashland Air Rifle Range


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