Thursday, August 11, 2005

e-Postal Handgun Match #1 "Flyswatter" Results

OVER ALL RESULTS:

Overall Name Score Caliber Handgun Type Sub-Class

1 Chris Byrne 9 .22 Walther P22 Rimfire Semi-Auto
2 (T) Mr. Completely 8 .22 High Standard 106 Rimfire Semi-Auto
2 (T) JimP 8 .22 Ruger Mk. II Rimfire Semi-Auto
2 (T) Mr. Completely 8 .38SPL Taurus 66 CF Revolver
2 (T) CharlesH 8 .454 Casull Ruger Super Red Hawk CF Revolver
3 (T) Denise (10 Ring) 7 .22 Sig Trailside Rimfire Semi-Auto
3 (T) FreddyBoomboom 7 .22 Ruger Mk. II Rimfire Semi-Auto
3 (T) CerebralFix (Tom) 7 .45 Unknown CF Semi-Auto
3 (T) Mr. Completely 7 9mm. Taurus PT92 CF Semi-Auto
3 (T) Griff 7 .45 Colt 1991 Series 80 CF Semi-Auto
4 (T) LouG 6 .22 Ruger 22/45 Rimfire Semi-Auto
4 (T) CharlesH 6 10mm. Witness CF Semi-auto
4 (T) LibertyNews 6 .38SPL Taurus CF Revolver
4 (T) LouG 6 .38SPL S&W CF Revolver
4 (T) Griff 6 .38SPL Ruger Single Six CF Revolver
5 (T) Brass 5 .223 Beretta U22 Neos Rimfire Semi-Auto
5 (T) Countertop 5 .22 Ruger Mk. II Rimfire Semi-Auto
5 (T) Rivrdog 5 .22 High Standard Rimfire Semi-Auto
5 (T) Merle 5 .22 Ruger Mk. II Rimfire Semi-Auto
5 (T) Rivrdog 5 .45 Unknown CF Semi-Auto
5 (T) Mr. Completely 5 .45 Sig P-220 CF Semi-Auto
5 (T) Brass 5 9mm. Baby Desert Eagle CF Semi-Auto
5 (T) Ogre 5 9mm. Makarov 9x18 CF Semi-Auto
5 (T) Ogre 5 .357 Unknown CF Semi-auto
5 (T) FreddyBoomboom 5 9mm. Fabrique Militar CF Semi-Auto
5 (T) Knob Creeker 5 .44MAG S & W 29-2 CF Revolver
5 (T) Merle 5 .357MAG Dan Wesson CF Revolver
6 (T) Griff 4 .22 Ruger Mk. II Rimfire Semi-Auto
6 (T) Kevin (Sm.Minority) 4 .22 Ruger Mk. II Rimfire Semi-Auto
6 (T) Knob Creeker 4 .22 Ruger 22/45 Rimfire Semi-Auto
6 (T) Mr. Completely 4 .22MAG Ruger Single Six RF Revolver
6 (T) Merle 4 .22MAG Ruger Single Six RF Revolver
6 (T) CerebralFix (Dirk) 4 .45 Unknown CF Semi-Auto
6 (T) CerebralFix (Tom) 4 9mm. Unknown CF Semi-Auto
7 (T) KeeWee 3 .22 Beretta U22 Neos Rimfire Semi-Auto
7 (T) LibertyNews 3 .45 Kimber Semi-Auto CF Semi-Auto
8 (T) CharlesH 2 .22 EAA/Tanfoglio Conversion Rimfire Semi-Auto
8 (T) SulfuricWife 2 .38SPL EAA Windicator CF Revolver
9 H2SO4 1 .40 Glock CF Semi-Auto


RESULTS BY CLASS

Center Fire Semi Auto:

Place Name Score Caliber Handgun Type

1 (T) CerebralFix (Tom) 7 .45 Unknown
1 (T) Mr. Completely 7 9mm. Taurus PT92
1 (T) Griff 7 .45 Colt 1991 Series 80
2 (T) CharlesH 6 10mm. Witness
3 (T) Mr. Completely 5 .45 Sig P-220
3 (T) Brass 5 9mm. Baby Desert Eagle
3 (T) Ogre 5 9mm. Makarov 9x18
3 (T) Ogre 5 .357 Unknown
3 (T) FreddyBoomboom 5 9mm. Fabrique Militar
3 (T) Rivrdog 5 .45 Unknown
4 (T) CerebralFix (Dirk) 4 .45 Unknown
4 (T) CerebralFix (Tom) 4 9mm. Unknown
5 LibertyNews 3 .45 Kimber Semi-Auto
6 H2SO4 1 .40 Glock

Revolver:

Place Name Score Caliber Handgun Type


1 (T) Mr. Completely 8 .38SPL Taurus 66
1 (T) CharlesH 8 .454 Casull Ruger Super Red Hawk
2 (T) LibertyNews 6 .38SPL Taurus
2 (T) LouG 6 .38SPL S&W
2 (T) Griff 6 .38SPL Ruger Single Six
3 (T) Knob Creeker 5 .44MAG S & W 29-2
3 (T) Merle 5 .357MAG Dan Wesson
4 (T) Mr. Completely 4 .22MAG Ruger Single Six
4 (T) Merle 4 .22MAG Ruger Single Six
5 SulfuricWife 2 .38SPL EAA Windicator

Rim Fire Semi Auto:

Place Name Score Caliber Handgun Type

1 Chris Byrne 9 .22 Walther P22
2 (T) Mr. Completely 8 .22 High Standard 106
2 (T) JimP 8 .22 Ruger Mk. II Rimfire
3 (T) Denise (10 Ring) 7 .22 Sig Trailside
3 (T) FreddyBoomboom 7 .22 Ruger Mk. II
4 LouG 6 .22 Ruger 22/45 Rimfire
5 (T) Brass 5 .223 Beretta U22 Neos
5 (T) Countertop 5 .22 Ruger Mk. II
5 (T) Rivrdog 5 .22 High Standard
5 (T) Merle 5 .22 Ruger Mk. II
6 (T) Griff 4 .22 Ruger Mk. II
6 (T) Kevin (Sm.Minority) 4 .22 Ruger Mk. II
6 (T) Knob Creeker 4 .22 Ruger 22/45
7 KeeWee 3 .22 Beretta U22 Neos
8 CharlesH 2 .22 EAA/Tanfoglio Conversion

Honorable Mentions:

JimmyB and MrsJimmyB, mistakenly shot their targets at twentyfive feet, rather than thirty. The both managed seven hits, so that's some good shooting, anyway, and worth the mention. If there's a "Jack and Jill" match in the future, these two are going to be right in there, for sure!

Merle only had access to a fifteen yard range, so he shot his match at fifteen yards! That's quite a difference, but he still turned in some respectable scores.

SteveI had to fold out and use the folding stock on his Cobray M-11 full-auto 9mm., as the stock blocked visibility of the iron sights when folded. He managed to fire twenty rounds in less than a second, and got fifteen of then on the target, nailing three flies. WOW!

Over-Achiever Award:
Ogre managed to swat five of those flies with his Makarov 9x18. Excellent shooting with such a short barrel and sight radius!

"Doin' it with style" Award:
CharlesH with his Ruger Super Red Hawk in .454 Casull! Cool..........


The first e-Postal handgun match has now wrapped up, and I think we all had a lot of fun with it. Chris Byrne, our overall winner, turned in some good shooting, particularly since he couldn't get to the range, and shot the match inside his house, using a silencer!

The overall quality of the shooting was high, and there were a LOT of really near misses. The flies not being lined up in columns and rows also added to the difficulty.

If I have missed anyone's entry, or you have been-mis-scored, please email me right away, and we'll get it sorted out, don't want anyone left out.

The next e-Postal handgun match will be on a more conventional target, but will be set up so that just about any handgun can be used. I'll have the rules posted in a couple of weeks.

The idea of shooting black dust mites at fifty yards in a coal mine has been permanently dropped..........

2 Comments:

At Thursday, August 11, 2005 6:56:00 PM, Anonymous CharlesH said...

I think the 9-1/2 inch barrel on my .454 and resultant forward weight and long sight radius really helped me on this; didn't do so well with the shorter, lighter guns. I used .454 Casull instead of .45 LC (which can also be shot from a .454) because I didn't figure on placing so high and was hoping to form my own class to compensate. I think everybody thought their scores were worse than they turned out to be.

This was fun! I like the novelty target; I always use a center hold rather than six-o-clock because six-o-clock only applies to circular targets subtending a specific angle, so weird shapes give me an edge. (Didn't seem to help me with the .22 though.)

 
At Thursday, August 11, 2005 8:40:00 PM, Blogger H2SO4 said...

Freaking flies!!!!

 

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