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MAD Open Results 3rd October

Discussion in 'News and Results' started by Toucan59, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. Toucan59

    Toucan59 Member

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    MAD Open 3rd October

    Nice bright start with plenty of wind, turning to rain with plenty of wind.
    Lots of new faces at the club today.
    I could go on (and on) about the shoot-off but I wont.

    Name Score Class(open unless noted)
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    2 Ray Hampton 56
    3 Gary Chillingworth 56
    4 Martyn Goodsall 56
    5 Nick Thomas 54
    6 Darren Quincey 54
    7 Geoff Ryder 54
    8 Andrea Marshall 53 Ladies Winner
    9 Jack Houghton 52
    10 Bruce Marshall 52
    11 Steve Griggs 52
    12 Larissa Sykes 52 Ladies
    13 Wayne Marriott 51
    14 Nicola Pearson 51 Ladies
    15 Richard Cunningham 51
    16 Shaun Eustace 51
    17 Alan Moss 50
    18 Paul Foyle 49
    19 Tim Bohr 49
    20 Alex Larkin 48
    21 Jon Houghton 46
    22 Simon Vant 46 .22 Recoiling
    23 Lloyd Davies 46 .22
    24 Kyle Hampton 45 Recoiling
    25 Richard Bailey 45
    26 Jon Pearson 41
    27 Ant Marshall 37 Junior Winner
    28 Nick Cant 34
    29 Michelle Couldwell 32 Ladies
    30 George Vant 30 Junior Recoiling
    31 Lee Bladen 21
     
  2. elite warrior

    elite warrior MAD 4 IT 2012

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    excellent shooting ray well done mate ..
    good day and the free food was lovley thanks ian
    hope you feel better soon

    atb
    martyn g
     
  3. DarrenQ

    DarrenQ New Member

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    Well done Ray top shooting.
    If Brede is Reading this look at the scores another AA MPR beats all the rest.
    They are good guns it's just the trigger that let's them down, but that is only because I have been spoiled with a Steyr.:)
    It's all down to personal choice try before you buy.

    Darren.
     
  4. Toucan59

    Toucan59 Member

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    Who was shooting one then?
    Mines not even an MPR.
    How bad does that make you feel?

    Just to add the Bonus bunny was won by Larissa and second prize went to Jammie Jack.
     
  5. DarrenQ

    DarrenQ New Member

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    oops

    Last time i try to help out on weapon choice after a few beers, still it did beat all the steyrs and it is an s400 in an mpr stock. I think?:eek:

    Darren.
     
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  6. Toucan59

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    Thought you were only having one.
    A nearly standard S400 in an MPR stock, who needs a steyr?:D:D
     
  7. Sharpe

    Sharpe Semper fidelis

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    Well done Ray, good shooting mate.
    You gave me and Nick a lesson in shooting! :)
     

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