Monday, October 28, 2013

Texas State Rifle Association CMP Games weekend at Terrell Rifle and Pistol Club.

Nicely run match by the Terrell Club.  The CMP Games weekend is the TSRA Garand, 1903 Springfield, M1 Carbine and Vintage Military Rifle Championship, plus a Pistol LEG match.  Its a great time to get to shoot all your old rifles against a big bunch of people, then drive yourself a little nutty firing a .45acp Service Pistol.

Early Garand relay on Saturday.

Mitch Hogg firing his 1903 Springfield.

K31 Swiss action.

The firing line during an offhand string at 200 yards.

Young man firing a rifle four times as old as he is.

Dan Pate visualizing the X-ring during offhand.

Rifles stacked and waiting.

Mitch Hogg.

Clay Heffner.

Ron Lerras helped run the match.

David Keys called the lines.

Early Carbine relay.

Weaponized Teenager.

Kelli Durst and her Swiss K31.

Daniel Miller checks his target.

Daniel firing at 200 yards.

One of the four Sunday Garand/Vintage/Springfield relays.

Kelli Durst and some Swiss Citizen's rifle.

Offhand concentration.

Firing at 200.

Dan Pate and his Garand.

The Champs, Hefner with Garand, me with Vintage and M1 Carbine and Dan Pate with 1903 Springfield.  Gary Shannon won the Pistol LEG and completed his Pistol Distinguished Badge.  He's Double-Distinguished!

  The matches ran Saturday and Sunday.  The weather was pretty good and not a discouraging word was heard.  There were at least 11 relays run plus two relays of Service Pistol.  Thanks to the Terrell club and Alan Wilson, Ron Lerras, Roy Plumlee, Dave Wilson and David Keys for running an efficient match.  If you were a competitior all you had to do was show up, sign in, get some scorecards and shoot.  Lots of work behind the scenes.  Again:  Great job, folks!


Bob said...

Congrats on your win!

Old NFO said...

Congrats Robert, great shooters and great shooting clubs DO make it a pleasure to go to the line!