Tactical Rifle

27 July 2002

Match Results

 

Place

Competitor

Rank

*Points

*FN

Time

% of acc.

1st

Ted Nicholes

16.00

338

1

7.17

91%

2nd

Rob Oates

27.00

316

2

7.24

85%

3rd

Nathaniel Weaver

28.00

314

6

6.08

85%

4th

Lyle Mettler

32.00

306

6

5.13

83%

5th

Dewey Winstead

32.00

306

5

7.35

83%

6th

Ken Reed

32.50

305

3

6.30

83%

7th

Scott Hudson

33.50

303

6

6.30

82%

8th

Seth Webster

35.00

300

3

8.30

81%

9th

Rick Sterner

41.00

288

8

7.09

78%

10th

Devin Jones

41.50

287

2

8.20

78%

11th

Dick Runnels

45.50

279

5

6.16

75%

12th

Nick Oates

46.50

277

8

7.32

75%

13th

Randy Peterson

51.50

267

10

6.19

72%

MD

Larry Webster

27.50

315

0

3.48

85%

 

 

Observations;††††††† Fellow shooters

 

First CONGRADULATIONS, TED, ROB, and NATHANIEL great shooting gentlemen.

Donít think that you cannot be creative, example, one shooter when he lost his rifle as he passes the target first engaged noticed that two of them were not neutralized. He immediately drew his sidearm and dispatched them. You donít have to do what everyone else does.

 

This excursive was to familiarize you with different weapons systems. How best to learn than to clear malfunctions and do mag. changes? Also each shooter was told that time was not a contributing factor, but most everyone rushed through the C.O.F. and could have done better had they taken their time.

We need to practice with our rifle like we practice with our handguns.

 

Circumstance dictate tactics.

 

Larry Webster