Tuesday, February 28, 2006

e-Postal Handgun/Rifle Match "Seein' Stars" Results

The scores are all in and filtered through the magic of Excel, and here are the results.




Class One - Rimfire Semi-Auto Handgun

Name -- O/H - B/R -Total Score - Caliber - Handgun Type - Sight

1. -- Mr. Completely 230 320 550 .22 High Standard Red Dot
2. -- Marc 225 270 495 .22 Smith & Wesson 22S Red Dot
3. -- JimmyB 120 315 435 .22 Ruger Mk. II Red Dot
4. -- Retired Geezer 105 130 235 .22 Ruger Unknown
5. -- Bobalouie 75 155 230 .22 Ruger Mk. II Red Dot
6. -- USCitizen 70 150 220 .22 Smith & Wesson 22A Unknown
7. -- Zappa1 95 120 215 .22 Hi Standard Red Dot
8. -- Mrs. Retired Geezer 90 120 210 .22 Ruger Unknown
9. -- NateG 40 60 100 .22 1911 w/ .22 Conv. Unknown



Class Two - Centerfire Semi-Auto Handgun

Name -- O/H - B/R -Total Score - Caliber - Handgun Type - Sight

1. -- JimmyB 190 105 295 .45 Colt Gold Cup Red Dot
2. -- NateG 95 140 235 .45 SAM Elite 1911 Unknown
3. -- Mrs. Retired Geezer 60 90 150 9mm Glock Unknown
4. -- Ben 55 85 140 .45 Kimber Ultra Carry II Iron
5. -- Brian Lane 55 50 105 .45 Kimber Pro Carry II Iron
6. -- S-tay 30 30 60 .45 Glock 21 Iron
7. -- Mr. Completely 15 40 55 5.7mm FN 5.7 x 28 Iron



Class Three - Revolver

Name -- O/H - B/R -Total Score - Caliber - Handgun Type - Sight

1. -- Marc 220 320 540 .38 Smith & Wesson 686 Red Dot
2. -- Mr. Completely 100 235 335 .38 Smith & Wesson 586 Red Dot
3. -- Mr. Completely 120 200 320 .22 Ruger Single Six Iron
4. -- NateG 110 100 220 .357 Smith & Wesson 686 Unknown
5. -- LouG 80 40 120 .38 Smith & Wesson 586 Red Dot
6. -- LouG 50 25 75 .38 Smith & Wesson 586 Iron



Class Four - Rifle - 20" Barrel or less


Name -- O/H - B/R -Total Score - Caliber - Handgun Type - Sight

1. -- Brian Lane 80 30 110 .22 Ruger 10/22 Iron
2. -- Ben 60 75 60 (135*) .9mm AR-15 Iron

*Note: Ben had to shoot both targets at 25 yards due to range size, so only his 25 yard O/H target was counted towards his total score, but both scores are shown.



Other Scores

Name -- O/H - B/R -Total Score - Caliber - Handgun Type - Sight

USCitizen ??? ??? 260 .22 Smith & Wesson 22A All on same target
S-tay 70 55 125 .22 Ruger Mk. II X 2x Scope



Just for fun, here's all of the scores lumped together to see how the individual classes did against each other. This wasn't the competition, but it's to see them side by side.


Name -- O/H - B/R -Total Score - Caliber - Handgun Type - Sight

1. - Mr. Completely 230 320 550 .22 High Standard Red Dot
2. - Marc 220 320 540 .38 Smith & Wesson 686 Red Dot
3. - Marc 225 270 495 .22 Smith & Wesson 22S Red Dot
4. - JimmyB 120 315 435 .22 Ruger Mk. II Red Dot
5. - Mr. Completely 100 235 335 .38 Smith & Wesson 586 Red Dot
6. - Mr. Completely 120 200 320 .22 Ruger Single Six Iron
7. - JimmyB 190 105 295 .45 Colt Gold Cup Red Dot
8. - USCitizen 260 .22 Smith & Wesson 22A All on same target
9. - Retired Geezer 105 130 235 .22 Ruger Unknown
10. - NateG 95 140 235 .45 SAM Elite 1911 Unknown
11. - Bobalouie 75 155 230 .22 Ruger Mk. II Red Dot
12. - USCitizen 70 150 220 .22 Smith & Wesson 22A Unknown
13. - NateG 110 100 220 .357 Smith & Wesson 686 Unknown
14. - Zappa1 95 120 215 .22 Hi Standard Red Dot
15. - Mrs. Retired Geezer 90 120 210 .22 Ruger Unknown
16. - Mrs. Retired Geezer 60 90 150 9mm Glock Unknown
17. - Ben 55 85 140 .45 Kimber Ultra Carry II Iron
18. - S-tay 70 55 125 .22 Ruger Mk. II X 2x Scope
19. - LouG 80 40 120 .38 Smith & Wesson 586 Red Dot
20 - Brian Lane 80 30 110 .22 Ruger 10/22 Iron
21. - Brian Lane 55 50 105 .45 Kimber Pro Carry II Iron
22. - NateG 40 60 100 .22 1911 w/ .22 Conv. Unknown
23. - LouG 50 25 75 .38 Smith & Wesson 586 Iron
24. - S-tay 30 30 60 .45 Glock 21 Iron
25. - Ben 60 75 60 .9mm AR-15 Iron Both at 25Yds
26. - Mr. Completely 15 40 55 5.7mm FN 5.7 x 28 Iron



Final notes: In the rifle class, Ben didn't have access to a fifty yard range where he rented the AR-15 he used, so he shot both targets at 25 yards, the range maximum. No problem! For the actual scoring I only counted his first target at 25 yards, but I posted both scores for information. S-Tay happened to have a 2x scope on his Ruger .22. Shoot it anyway!

These matches are for the fun of it, and even if your equipment disqualifies you from a class, I'll post your scores anyway! As I said, these are for the fun of it!

One entry clearly stands out above the rest, and is worth pointing out. Check out Marc's revolver score! 540 total, with a perfect 320 from the bench rest, shooting Double Action! I've always been in awe of folks who can shoot double action and actually hit something. Nice Shooting!

Thanks to all of you who entered, and I hope to see you all give it a try in the next match, to be announced in the next several days. It will be completely different, but guaranteed to be a challenge!

There will also be a separate rifle e-Postal match announced in a few days. This month's rifle match will be hosted by Azreel at Freespiritmind.com.

And finally, I do not want to discuss my score shooting the FN Five-seveN. At All! EVER!!

7 Comments:

At Tuesday, February 28, 2006 10:21:00 AM, Anonymous Marc said...

Nice shooting Mr. Completely!

 
At Tuesday, February 28, 2006 11:34:00 AM, Anonymous Josh said...

Nice shooting, all you guys!

I promise I'm getting in on the next one. If only to try and beat Marc.

 
At Tuesday, February 28, 2006 1:07:00 PM, Anonymous USCitizen said...

Yay for 6th place (Class One)!
The 22A's sight is an UltraDOT Pan-A-V

Picture here: http://www.well-regulatedmilitia.org/?p=18

 
At Tuesday, February 28, 2006 1:20:00 PM, Blogger The Conservative UAW Guy said...

Heh.
I think Marc may be a Marced man.

Nice shooting, all!!

I await the next competition...

 
At Tuesday, February 28, 2006 4:07:00 PM, Anonymous Marc said...

Reading about Josh's ambition reminds me of a song I once heard, "California Dreaming".

 
At Tuesday, February 28, 2006 10:07:00 PM, Anonymous josh said...

You're right. But damn I can't wait for the next one.

 
At Wednesday, March 01, 2006 9:18:00 AM, Blogger Retired Geezer said...

Mike, thanks for all the effort involved in putting this on. I know there were many hours involved.

Sorry I forgot to indicate that Mrs. Geezer and I used stock iron sights for all our scores.

 

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