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I personally will stick to that story having shot some of the worst cards I have completed for a few years.


Getting over licking our own wounds, the impressive thing with this match is that I think we all learned


about shooting


something in


Colin Rose getting his winning medal for the indoor rimfire match


of one of Italy’s top shooters, Carlo Caricato. As a VIP guest he also presented the medals at the award ceremony.


Generally the scores were a bit down on what we normally expect at one of these matches, the average being around 245 for the gold medal winners shooting outdoors. Most of us would comment on the wind affecting this and I think


Paul Lane Open Match Colin Rose 25m Rimfire HV John Stephenson J.Farrell 25m Rimfire LV Brian Kelly Carlo Caricato John Stephenson


these conditions. It is therefore what we need to have more of in the UK. These regional matches are ‘key’ to the development of the sport. Yes the postal matches are great, but getting together, shooting at different


ranges, talking through the issues, looking at rifles, chewing the cud, etc, is how we as shooters progress. It’s great that John Farrell and the members of the Paul Lane Shooting Club have put on another great match, as well as number of other events over the last year. Keep it going guys!!


Card 1 Card 1 Card 2 Card 2 Total Total Score Xs Score Xs Score Xs 250 19 250 13


Graham Readhead 250 13


250 16 250 17 248 17


50m Rimfire HV Graham Readhead 244 Colin Rose


John Farrell 50m Rimfire LV Air Rifle Unlimited


Garry Kingaby Carl Boswell


Scott Grayson Richard Healey Carl Boswell


246 14 9 8


240


247 243 237


242 234 234


8 9 6


8 3 4


250 22 250 15 249 11


250 22 250 18 250 15


246 9


244 13 241 11


243 240


223 229 227


9 7


245 12


3 1 7


500 41 500 28 499 24


500 38 500 35 498 32


492 23 488 22 481 19


490 17 483 16 482 18


465 11 463


4 461 11 Target Shooter 81


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