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Jake Healey ‘assists’ Gary Allsopp


As per Benchrest rules, firers were allowed to rest the rifles front and back, although not used to this position, some soon got the hang of it and some very reasonable groups began to appear. However, as it turned out, almost everyone shot at least one group larger than we would have liked, due to the odd flier.


It soon became apparent that a Battle Royal for smallest group was brewing, with several groups below 2 inches. Dennis Richardson was on fine form and managed to keep cool under pressure to fire two sub 2inch groups and two only slightly larger to give an average of two inches even, this with bullets measuring almost a half inch in diameter.


RESULTS.


Dennis also achieved the smallest group of the day at 1.44in, closely followed by Dave Malpas with 1.49in and Jake Healey and Gary Allsopp with 1.55in.


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Overall, the results were encouraging Target Shooter


Competitor


1st place D. Richardson 2nd place J. Healey 3rd place G. Allsopp


Best Group 1.44


1.55 1.55


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Average 2.00


2.14 2.31


and show that firers are getting to grips with the “Dark Stuff”. Thanks to everyone who entered, we should continue to strive towards achieving smaller groups at this distance; otherwise decent scores at longer ranges will continue to elude us.


Dennis (Right) and Jake


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