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August 2012 Match Results

Technology is great when it works. The Nook PractiScore system has served us well this year right up until the August match when an update to the software exposed a glitch in the system. After nearly an hour working to resolve the problem the techno wizards decided that starting was more important and provided tutorials as needed for squads to enter their shooters manually. For the most part, there were not many problems with the scoring once things got going and even with the late start the last squad was finished shooting and cleaning up by 4 PM. Not bad for a 9 stage, 218 round match!

In all there were 86 shooters representing all divisions except revolver. Production and Limited dominated the event with 61 shooters. B Class shooter Ryan S showed up the three Masters to win Limited while Rob G showed the Single Stack competitors that shooting minor isn’t all that bad at the local club level. The 9 mm single stacks are popular by the ipsc66 guys. Ric G and Lee D battled for the win in production with Ric coming out on top with a 6.5 point lead giving Lee a 99.3% second place.

Everyone I spoke with since the match had good things to say. Even with no movers or shakers the stages were challenging. A lot of people wanted to shoot stage 4 again (masochists) while others would be happy to never see stages like 8 and 9 again. Seems like it’s the easy things that give us the biggest troubles isn’t it?


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