Extreme Rimfire Silhouette

The following businesses and individuals are sponcers for ERS in 2016:  Foxhole Guns and Archery, Lee's Exterminating,
Charlie Craft, Gerald Porter, "WhooDoo", Unicoi Outfitters, Ms.Terry Floyd, and Senor Fiesta #2.  Please remember and thank them for their support of our discipline.

 

Special Announcement Registration will begin at 7:45 and shooting will start at 8:30 sharp.

We will be testing out a new class this year - .22 SACS (Semi-Auto Class Squirrel). The qualifications will be the same as the existing Squirrel Class but applied to production unmodified .22 rimfire semi-automatics such as the Ruger 10/22's or Remington 597's. If successful, I'm sure a SACU (Semi-Auto Class Unlimited) will not be far behind. So dust off those old semi-autos you have in the closet, mount up a 3X9 power scope and come on out and have a great time with us shootin' little bitty metal targets out to 212 yards.

This new class will hopefully draw a few more shooters to our events. I am looking forward to seeing all of you at the firing line.   Good Luck!

This match is for rimfire firearms. The targets are made from ¼" and 3/8" steel plate and are cut in the shape, silhouette, of different animals. The chickens are 3/8" and pigs, turkeys, and rams are ¼". Target damage will not be tolerated. Any firearm damaging targets will be removed from the firing line. The goal of the contest is to hit and knock off the rail as many of the silhouettes as possible. The targets consist of: 10 chickens at 75 meters, 10 pigs at 112 meters, 10 turkeys at 144 meters, 10 mini targets at 144 meters, and 10 rams at 189 meters.

This sport is best shot with a spotter. It is up to each shooter to arrange for a spotter. The spotter’s task will be to read and interpret the wind and other conditions, and then relay this information to the shooter so that they can make adjustments as necessary to get and stay on target. Each shooter will be provided a score card. A perfect score will be 40 points. The 10 mini targets are bonus targets.

 

The range master will call "shooters to the line" at this time all shooters will bring to the line their gun. After the shooters have made the necessary preparations to their position, they will be given the command "READY". At this time empty chamber indicators may be removed from the firearm and can be loaded and made ready. The "READY" period is 15 seconds long. After the "READY" period the shooters will be given the command "FIRE" each shooter will then have 10 minutes to fire as many sighter shots as they feel necessary, and then ten record shots. When the shooter completes his sighter shots he will notify his spotter that he is going for score, and he will then fire one shot at each of his 10 targets.

 

The targets will be shot from left to right; any target shot out of order will be scored a miss. After the shooter begins his record shots no further sighter shots will be allowed.

CHEROKEE GUN CLUB

EXTREME RIMFIRE SILHOUETTE

 

CLASS IDENTIFICATION/ QUALIFICATIONS                                 AUGUST/ 2015

SQUIRREL CLASS:

Production .22 caliber rimfire rifles - including single shot, bolt, semi-automatic, and lever actions with factory tapered barrel.

*Wood or composite factory stock 

*Rifles are limited to maximum scope magnification of 9X

 

**Heavy and/ or fluted barrels are not permitted.

**Rifles are not allowed to have any non-factory alterations or customizations.

**Adjustable stocks not allowed.

**Adjustable Objective (AO) on scopes not allowed

 

BENCH REST SCOPE CLASS:

Production .22 caliber rimfire rifles - including single shot, bolt, and lever actions

*Non-adjustable Bench Rest stocks allowed.

*Factory medium and heavy non-tapered barrels are allowed.

*Factory fluted barrels are allowed.

*Rifles are allowed to be customized (i.e. triggers tuned, barrel bedding, etc.)

*Unlimited scope magnification with AO allowed.

 

**Thumbhole stocks not allowed.

**Barrel tuners are not allowed

**Restrictive mechanical rifle support not allowed.

 

UNLIMITED CLASS:

Production and / or custom .22 caliber rimfire rifles – including single shot, bolt, and lever actions.

*Unlimited barrel configurations allowed.

*Custom stock configurations allowed.

*Unlimited scope magnification with AO allowed

*Barrel tuners allowed.

*Unlimited rifle supports allowed.

 

.17 HMR/ .22 MAG CALIBER CLASS:

Production .17 HMR & .22 Mag caliber rimfire rifles - including single shot, bolt, semi-automatic, or lever actions.

*Non-adjustable Bench Rest stocks allowed.

*Factory medium and heavy non-tapered barrels are allowed.

*Factory fluted barrels are allowed.

*Rifles are allowed to be customized (i.e. triggers tuned, barrel bedding, etc.)

*Unlimited scope magnification with AO allowed.

 

**Thumbhole stocks not allowed.

**Barrel tuners are not allowed

**Restrictive mechanical rifle support not allowed.

 

SEMI-AUTO CLASS

Production and/ or custom semi-auto .22 caliber rimfire rifle only

*Heavy barrel configurations allowed

*Custom stock configuration allowed

*Unlimited scope magnification including Adjustable Objective (AO)

*Trigger tuning allowed including aftermarket replacements

 

 

IRON SIGHTS CLASS:

Production .22 caliber rimfire rifle - including bolt, semi-automatic, break barrel, and lever actions.

*Requires open “Iron” sights and / or adjustable “peep” sights.

*Heavy non-tapered barrels allowed. 

** No sight magnification allowed.

 

UNLIMITED PISTOL CLASS:

Production and/ or custom single shot, bolt action, or semi-Auto .22 & .17 Caliber rimfire pistols

*Unlimited barrel configurations allowed.

*Custom stock configurations allowed.

*Unlimited scope magnification with AO allowed

*Barrel tuners allowed.

*Unlimited Pistol supports allowed

 


Scores, Match Updates and Info about future matches



 

February Match Cancellation!

Due to snow, Ice and chance of more on Friday night, the February Extreme Rimfire match has been canceled.  The next match will be the 3rd Saturday of March, the 15th.

ERS January 2014 Report and Scores

CHEROKEE GUN CLUB / EXTREME RIMFIRE SILHOUETTE

January 18th, 2013                                            Match Report

HAPPY 2014!!!

Here we grow again… Our cold and windy January match had 13 hardy souls come out and shoot 21 entries before giving in to the blustery conditions. Starting at 23 degrees with gusty winds made for low average scoring day. Our score leaders of the day were David Dockery in Squirrel with 39 critters knocked down, Ron York II in Bench Rest Pistol - 36, David Cote in Semi-Auto Class - 27, Dallas Smith in BRS - 37, Neil Truelove in Unlimited – 30, Coleman Drummonds in .17 Cal. – 37 (he guessed Ron York was too scared to come today), and Charlie Craft in our trial .22 Mag Class with a 34. Good shooting gentlemen in some of the most challenging conditions I’ve seen yet.

Special thanks go out to Neil Truelove for showing up early, setting up targets, and staying late to help me clean up after the match. He was rewarded with a box of AutoMatch Ammo for his efforts. Thanks also go out to Thaxton Stafford who also stayed late to help – he received a NRA Fleece hoodie… Just sayin’ - it pays to stay late! Thank you Charlie for sharing your cart (again) and to Bob my assistant for bearing the cold and running the line.

On next match will be the 3rd Saturday in February, the 15th. Registration begins at 7:45 and the bullets start flying at 8:30. Go ahead and make plans to spend a day with us down at ERS – whether pulling triggers or just shootin’ the breeze - you’ll be glad you did…

Remember to always - “Aim Small and Shoot Small”

David




EXTREME RIMFIRE  1/18/2014    
MATCH SCORES   13 participants / 21 Entries
           
SQUIRREL CLASS -  4 Entries    
David Dockery   1st 39   CZ 452
David Cote   Tied 2nd 32   CZ 452
Ron Dixon   Tied 2nd 32   CZ 452
Robert Demuth   3rd 30   Rem 540T
           
Bench Rest Pistol Class - 1 Entry          
Ron York II   1st 36   Ans.  .17 cal
           
Semi-Auto Class - 3 Entries          
David Cote   1st 27   10/22 Custom
Ed Pueschel 2nd 24   10/22 Custom
Anthony Cagle   3rd 23   10/22 Custom
           
BENCH REST SCOPE CLASS - 4 Entries    
Dallas Smith 1st 37   Kimber 82G
Thaxton Stafford 2nd 34   Kim 82G
Charlie Craft 3rd 31    
Neil Truelove   25   Ans. 64
           
UNLIMITED CLASS - 2 Entries    
Neil Truelove 1st 30   Ans. 64
Ron Dixon   2nd 28    
           
.17 HMR CALIBER CLASS - 5 Entries    
Coleman Drummonds 1st 37 Youth Anschutz
Donald Drummonds   2nd 36   Ans
Neil Truelove   3rd 35   Sav 93
Anthony Cagle     33   Savage
Neil Truelove     39 Re-entry Sav 93
           
.22 Mag Class - 2 Entries          
Charlie Craft   1 st 34   Ruger 77/22
Dallas Smith   2 nd 29    

 

ERS December Shoot Report

CHEROKEE GUN CLUB / EXTREME RIMFIRE SILHOUETTE
December 21, 2013         Match Report
Year End Report – 2013
Well, what a year! Our 2013 Class winners are as follows:
SQUIRREL CLASS              
1ST PLACE TOM BUTNER 279/280                                                                      
2ND PLACE DAVID DOCKERY  270/280                                               
3RD PLACE ROBERT DEMUTH 269/280
BRS CLASS                          
1ST PLACE RON YORK, II 267/280                                     
2ND PLACE THAXTON STAFFORD 263/280                                     
3RD PLACE JERRY PECK 249/280
UNLIMITED CLASS          
1ST PLACE CHARLIE CRAFT 273/280                                    
2ND PLACE THAXTON STAFFORD 262/280
.17 CAL. CLASS                  
1ST PLACE RON YORK  278/280                                  
TIED 2ND PLACE COLEMAN DRUMMONDS 277/280                                  
TIED 2ND PLACE DONALD DRUMMONDS  277/280
SEMI-AUTO CLASS          
1ST PLACE CHARLIE CRAFT 172/200
Congratulations Gentleman!
Our December Match was short and sweet with only two rounds being played. Eleven participants shot 14 entries in this months “Fun Shoot”. Rascally Ron suggested we set the pig line with mini’s and the high score of the day was 38 made by 4 shooters; Jerry Porter and Ron Dixon in Squirrel, and Ron York did it twice – once in Semi-Auto Class and once in .17 Cal. Pistol Class.
After the short morning shoot, we moved on up to the clubhouse where Robby (with a Y) Lawrence provided a wonderful meal for our End of the Year Awards luncheon. Over $1750.00 worth of prizes and gift certificates were given back to 30 of our shooters in appreciation of their participation in this discipline. One of the high points of the prize give-a-way was Tanner Cagle, one of our youth shooters, whose excitement of winning a Turkey gave everyone a chuckle. Congratulations go to Robert DeMuth, for winning this year’s CZ 455 rifle. I would like to thank all ERS participants for another GREAT year.
On next match and first of 2014 will be the 3rd Saturday in January, the 18th. Why don’t you come on down, sit a spell, maybe even pull a trigger or two.
Remember to always - “Aim Small and Shoot Small”
David

ERS November Shoot Report and Scores

November 16, 2013             Match Report

And That’s a Wrap…

 Our November shoot finalized another year on the books. Wow! This year has flown right on by. Our shooters were greeted with surprisingly warm temps and overcast skies as we wrapped up our Match scoring for the 2013 season. Seventeen participants shot 34 entries with a few more perfect scores this time around. In Squirrel Class - Tom Butner and Dallas Smith both collected a 40X, in BRS – Jerry Porter (welcome back Jerry- we missed you) gathered his 40X, and finally in Unlimited – Charlie Craft knocked them all down to earn his 40X. We had another new youth shooter today, 12 yr. old Kyle McArdle, shooting his first .22 ever. With great guidance from Jerry Porter and Ron Dixon, He faired very well – with His last round scoring 39 of 40, impressive indeed. Beware older gentlemen, these youth shooters are nipping at our heels!

Well, our own Ron York came through with his threat of Voodoo magic today, bringing out his Crazy Chicken Foot and, Yep, it worked. The hex he placed of young Coleman Drummonds caused #5 Ram not to fall despite a center mass solid hit. Mmm, Mmm,Mmm, both father and son were quite disappointed, we will just have to get after him next year. I did notice some sticky substance on the bottom of target #5 – surely Ron wouldn’t do that to some unsuspecting challenger, would he?

Our last shoot of the year is scheduled for the third Saturday in December, the 21st. It will be a “fun shoot” with some additional challenges and maybe a ham and turkey to be won. We are also having our awards luncheon this day, recognizing excellence in ERS participation for the year. We are giving away a CZ 455, Nikon Scope, Spotting scope, shooting bags, rifle bags, and many other goodies to show appreciation to our dedicated shooters we have had this year.

Special Thanks again to my super assistant Bob, and to Ron & Kyle for helping set-up,  to Thaxton, Dallas, Charlie, Ron, & Kyle for help me closed down and clean up after the shoot.

Why don’t you come on down, sit a spell, maybe even pull a trigger or two.

Remember to always - “Aim Small and Shoot Small”

David A. Cote - SC

Extreme Rimfire Report and Scores

CHEROKEE GUN CLUB / EXTREME RIMFIRE SILHOUETTE

October 19, 2013      Match Report

October Outing…

 Wow! This year has flown right on by. Fall temps fell, making our October Match a pleasant time to enjoy the great outdoors. Our attendance was down a bit from the opening of deer hunting season and maybe a little from the cool front moving through causing a few light showers. We had 14 participants shoot 21 entries with only one 40X for the day which was made by Ron York II in BRS. Charlie Craft lead the Squirrel Class with a 37, Ed Pueschel lead the Semi-Auto Class with a 35, Charlie also won the Unlimited Class with a 39, and Donald Drummonds rounded out the top scorers in .17 Cal Class. One of our youth shooter’s, Coleman Drummonds, squeaked by (again) our reigning champion, Ron York, and is really keeping the pressure on him for this year’s .17 Cal Class champion.

Because of the light turnout, I was able to shoot several times, and broke in a newly assembled Custom 10/22 for the Semi-Auto Class (SAC). Don’t know yet if I’m going to be competitive with the bolt action guns yet but having a lot of fun trying. Dave Chaney was with us today and shot well in our Pistol Class (yes, I said pistol). He scored a 26 in Iron Sights and a very respectable 33 in Scoped, all of this from a 12” barrel.

We also broke in a new spotter, Clay, one our club members – while he was working off some work hours. I hope he had a good day; I was very appreciative of his service in setting up, resetting targets and gathering up the targets at the end of our day. Thanks also go out to Bob, my assistant, to Charlie, Thaxton, & Dave for hanging out to the end and cleaning up the bench area. I believe a couple “Free Shoots” were given away.

Our next shoot is scheduled for November 16th, the third Saturday of the month beginning at 8:30. Why don’t you come on down, sit a spell, maybe even pull a trigger or two. There will be some fun fellowship and fine shootin’ – we’ll be lookin’ for ya…

Remember to always - “Aim Small and Shoot Small”

David A. Cote - SC

 

SCORES ARE ATTACHED.

September ERS Match Report and Scores

CHEROKEE GUN CLUB / EXTREME RIMFIRE SILHOUETTE

September 21st, 2013          Match Report

Fun, Fun, but not much Sun…

 Our September Match found cooler temps and overall good shooting conditions as reflected by the scores. We started out dry, then turned damp with occasional sprinkles, then the rain settled in. We had a good turnout of 18 participants shooting 29 entries with Bench Rest Scope (BRS) carrying the largest load with ten shooters but only having one perfect 40X made by Ron York II. We also had a return visit by James Pueschel (grandson of Ron York) shoot a very respectable score of 33 in our Youth Class of BRS. Five others shot 40X’s – Tom Butner and David Dockery in Squirrel Class, Robert Demuth in Unlimited Class with his Remington 40X, and father /son team of Donald and Coleman Drummonds in .17 Cal Class. Donald also cleared a bank of mini chicks when his perfect round.                                                                                                                     I spoke with Ron York Sr. (who shot a 39 today) about this young whippersnapper (Coleman Drummonds) nipping at his heels in .17 Cal Class, he said he was going home today and rounding up some chicken bones… apparently he plans on bringing some VooDoo magic against his young nemesis. All I can say is let the best (young) man win! Thanks Ron for keeping it fun.

Special thanks go out (again) to Ron Dixon for being there early and staying late to gather targets in the rain, to Charlie Craft for staying late and sharing his cart, to Bob Smoller (my faithful assistant) for running the line & registration so I can shoot, to Dallas & Thaxton for helping clean up.

It may have been a little wet today but it sure didn’t dampen our spirits or hinder the fun we had today shootin’ little bitty targets, way on out there. Why don’t you come on out next time and join us for some fun shootin’ and fine fellowship at our next match – scheduled the third Saturday of next month, October 19th. I’m sure you will be glad you did.

 Remember to always - “Aim Small and Shoot Small”

David A. Cote - SC

 




EXTREME RIMFIRE  9/21/2013    
MATCH SCORES   18 participants / 29 Entries
           
SQUIRREL CLASS -  7 Entries    
Tom Butner   Tied 1st 40   Ans
David Dockery   Tied 1st 40   CZ 452
David Cote   Tied 2nd 39 Mini's CZ 452
Robert Demuth   Tied 2nd 39    
Ron Dixon   3rd 37   CZ 452
Charlie Craft     35   Cooper CC
Bruce Humphery     35   CZ 452
           
Semi-Auto Class - 2 Entries          
Charlie Craft 1st 31   10/22 Custom
Ed Pueschel   2nd 21   Ruger 10/22
           
BENCH REST SCOPE CLASS - 10 Entries    
Ron York II 1st 40   Ans
Thaxton Stafford 2nd 38   Kimber 82G
Alan Cagle Tied 3rd 37   Ruger 77/22
David Cote Tied 3rd 37 Mini's Kimber 82G
Ron Dixon     36   Sav-Ans
Neil Truelove     36   Ans 64
Dallas Smith     35 Mini's Ans 1416
Walt Hodge     34   Voere
James Pueschel     33 Youth Ans
Robert Demuth     29    
           
UNLIMITED CLASS - 6 Entries    
Robert Demuth 1st 40   Rem 40X
Alan Cagle Tied 2nd 39   Ruger 77/22
Charlie Craft   Tied 2nd 39   CZ 452
Thaxton Stafford Tied 2nd 39   Kimber 82G
Neil Truelove 3rd 34   Ans 64
Alan Cagle Re-Entry 38   Ruger 77/22
           
.17 HMR CALIBER CLASS - 4 Entries    
Coleman Drummonds Tied 1st 40 Youth Anschutz
Donald Drummonds Tied 1st 40 Mini's Anschutz
Ron York   2nd 39   Anschutz
Neil Truelove   3rd 37 22 Mag Savage
           

 

August Match Report and Scores

CHEROKEE GUN CLUB / EXTREME RIMFIRE SILHOUETTE

August 17th, 2013     Match Report

Awesome August…

 We had an Awesome August match with a great turnout of 22 participants shooting 29 entries, but two things made it Awesome. First, we had three youth shooters along with their families, and second, we had Awesome temperatures (70 degrees) in this middle of the “Dog Days” of August. I had a cart full of young ladies bounding up and down the 200 yard range as we reset targets – fun, fun, fun!!! The winds were tricky and challenged the shooters in their quest for a perfect score. In fact, we only had two 40X’s today scored by the father & son team of Donald & Coleman Drummonds (again) in our .17 Cal. Class. Ten year old, Coleman, has set his eyes (and scores) on the prize of .17 Cal. Champion for this year and has even taunted his competitor, Ron York Sr., with a comment on today’s 40X  scorecard – Ha-Ha – Ron York… All I can say is the gauntlet has been cast down, may the best man win!

Several new shooters tried their hand at our little metal targets… 8 year old Hope Barrett (along with cheerleading section of Father and two sisters), Mr. Brian Garrett and his 9 year old daughter - Brittany , and all shot well. Ms. Felicia Juliano (from Texas) was back, and shot Mike Adams Buffalo Scope rifle very well with 35 targets dropping - and she wasn’t using a rear rest! Great Shooting young lady!!!

For the rest of us old folks, we tried hard for that elusive 40x and came up a bit short, but we sure had some fun trying anyway. Why don’t you come on out next time and join us for some fun shootin’ and fine fellowship at our next match – the third Saturday of next month, September 21st. I’m sure you will be glad you did.

 Remember to always - “Aim Small and Shoot Small”

David A. Cote - SC

 




EXTREME RIMFIRE  8/17/2013    
MATCH SCORES   22 participants / 29 Entries
           
SQUIRREL CLASS -  6 Entries    
Tom Butner   Tied 1st 39   Ans
Charlie Craft   Tied 1st 39   Cooper
Ron Dixon   Tied 2nd 38   CZ 452
David Dockery   Tied 2nd 38   CZ 452
John Byrd   3rd 36   CZ 452
John Leppmeier     35   CZ 452
           
Buffalo Scope Class - 2 Entries          
Felicia Juliano   1st 35   Win Lo Wall
Hope Barrett   2nd 24 Youth Win Lo Wall
           
Semi-Auto Class - 4 Entry          
Charlie Craft 1st 36   10/22 Custom
Anthony Cagle   2nd 27   Ruger 10/22
Brian Garrett   3rd 22   Ruger 10/22
Brittney Garrett     6 Youth Ruger 10/22
           
BENCH REST SCOPE CLASS - 6 Entries    
Steve Duke 1st 39   CZ 452
Jerry Peck Tied 2nd 38   CZ 452
Thaxton Stafford Tied 2nd 38   Kimber 82G
David Cote 3rd 37   Kimber 82G
Ron Dixon     34   Sav-Ans
Neil Truelove     33   Ans 64
           
UNLIMITED CLASS - 6 Entries    
Charlie Craft Tied 1st 39   CZ 452
Dallas Smith Tied 1st 39   Ans 1416
Alan Cagle   2nd 38   Ruger 77/22
Thaxton Stafford 3rd 36    
Neil Truelove   35   Ans 64
Donald Drummonds   32   Ans 54
           
.17 HMR CALIBER CLASS - 5 Entries      
Coleman Drummonds Tied 1st 40 Youth Anschutz
Donald Drummonds Tied 1st 40   Anschutz
Ron York   2nd 39   Anschutz
Bruce Humphrey   3rd 35 22 Mag Savage
Anthony Cagle     31   Savage

 

July Match Report and Scores

CHEROKEE GUN CLUB / EXTREME RIMFIRE SILHOUETTE
July 20th, 2013         Match Report
Summertime, Summertime, Sum-Sum-Summertime…
 A lighter, but not unexpected, crowd turned out for our July match. Can you say HOT, HUMID, & STICKY? By 10:00 a.m. we were sweating… (and not from the shooting!) Anyway, we had 15 participants come out and shoot 26 entries. The Squirrel Class dominated the scoreboards with the only three 40X’s to be had. Even “Old Faithful” – Ron York let one slip by in .17 Cal Class… “some days you’re the dog, some days you’re the hydrant” I guess. Team Tom Butner/Robert Demuth both picked 40X’s, and Ron Dixon scored one with his “Lucky Dog” gun won in December – also his first in Squirrel class. Good Shootin’ guys!
Mike Adams, a shooter from the Buffalo runners, brought his niece, Felicia Juliano, and gave our Bench Rest Scope guys a serious run for the money. Yep, I hate to say it, but Ron Dixon, Ron York II, and Neil Truelove gathered their “Beaten by a Girl” pins. (I’m sure glad I didn’t shoot that class today! I’ve collected enough of those myself). Pop up thundershowers finished our day around 2:00 but did not dampen our efforts to have some fun down here at Extreme Rimfire Silhouette. I’d like to invite all of you to come by, sit a spell, and pull some triggers – we might just make a “regular” out of you…
Special Mention: A few of our regulars – Jerry Peck, Richard Pope, and Walt Hodges’s wife, are recovering from surgery - please keep them in your prayers for a fast and complete recovery so they may come back soon…
Thanks to all the guys for help in set-up and break down, your help is always greatly appreciated.
Our next shoot is August 17th, the 3rd Saturday of the month. Come on by for some fun fellowship and fine shootin’ here at ERS…
Remember to always - “Aim Small and Shoot Small”
David A. Cote - SC

June Extreme Rimfire Report and Scores

June 15th, 2013         Match Report

June Match Report

 We had a good turnout of nineteen (19) participants who shot 27 entries on a beautiful summer day. We celebrated my assistant, Bob Smoller’s birthday – what a blessing he has been to our game. We had a couple of first today, the first 40M1 (1 bank of mini’s) made by a youth shooter - made by Coleman Drummonds (surprise-surprise) in .17 Cal Class, and his dad bumped the bar a bit higher by scoring the first 40M2 (2 banks of mini’s) in .17 Cal. Class. Boy, them Drummonds boys can shoot! We also had 4 other participants clear all of the targets – Dallas Smith and Ron York in .17 Cal. Class, Jerry Peck backed up last month’s 40X  in BRS with another one today and Tom Butner killed all the little critters in Squirrel Class. Kurt McArdle was with us again and knocked on the door of a perfect score with a 39 in BRS – He blamed his one miss on me, something about me talking while He was shooting.

The Boy Scouts were at CGC today and came down to visit our discipline, I had the opportunity to show and tell them about ERS. Afterwards a few tried their hand at shooting the chickens at 83 yards with good results. Thanks go to our resident Youth Discipline leader, Richard Whatley, for bringing in the leaders of tomorrow.

Another round of thanks go to Ron Dixon and David Dockery for getting our game set up this morning, and to Dallas Smith and Kurt McArdle for helping close it down this afternoon. Thanks Guys.

Our next shoot is July 20th, the 3rd Saturday of the month. Come on by for some fun fellowship and fine shootin’ here at Extreme Rimfire Silhouette…

Remember to always

“Aim Small - Shoot Small”

David A. Cote - SC

 




EXTREME RIMFIRE  15-Jun-13    
MATCH SCORES   19 participants / 27 Entries
           
SQUIRREL CLASS -  5 Entries    
Tom Butner   1st 40   Ans
David Dockery   2nd 39   CZ 452
Ron Dixon   Tied 3rd 38   CZ 452
Kurt McArdle   Tied 3rd 38 Youth Kimber class
David Cote     33 M2 Kimber class
Robert Demuth     17 withdrew Ans
           
Semi-Auto Class - 1 Entry          
Anthony Cagle 1st 19   Ruger 10/22
           
BENCH REST SCOPE CLASS - 11 Entries    
Jerry Peck 1st 40   CZ 452
Steve Duke Tied 2nd 39   CZ
Kurt McArdle Tied 2nd 39   Kimber 82G
Thaxton Stafford Tied 2nd 39   Kimber  
Ron York   Tied 2nd 39   Ans
Ron York II   3rd 38   Ans
Jim Lunsford     36    
Dallas Smith     36 M1 Ans 1416
Robert Demuth     35 M2  
Carlos Rubio     31   Kimber
Jim Gorman     0 withdrew  
           
UNLIMITED CLASS - 4 Entries    
John Byrd   1st 39   Kimber 82G
Thaxton Stafford Tied 2nd 38   Kimber
Donald Drummonds   Tied 2nd 38 M1 Ans 
Dallas Smith 3rd 37 M1 Ans 
           
.17 HMR CALIBER CLASS - 5 Entries      
Coleman Drummonds Tied 1st 40 M1 Youth Anschutz
Donald Drummonds Tied 1st 40 M2 Anschutz
Dallas Smith Tied 1st 40   CZ 452
Ron York   Tied 1st 40   Anschutz
Anthony Cagle   2nd 31   Savage 93
           

 

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