With the temperatures at freezing levels, a dedicated band of brothers showed up at the Airfield Shooting Club on 13 December 2014 to practice their shooting skills. The thick coat of frosted quickly melted away as the warm barrels kept hands toasty as six Service Rifle participants competed.
The Service Rifle match will kick back off its new shooting year on 10 January 2015. It will continue to be conducted on the second Saturday of the month, and registration starts at 8:30am with the first relay being conducted at 9am (after the range safety and orientation briefs).
On Saturday, 13 December 2014 the Airfield Shooting Club conducted its second “Zombie Match” of the year. There were seven participants. As proposed to the ASC Board of Directors, this event will continue until February 2015 on a “trial basis.”
However, with just two months of events being tracked, the Zombie Match appears to be well accepted by our participants, with many shooters competing in the Service Rifle, followed by using another rifle to shoot the classes of the Zombie Match.
|SERVICE RIFLE MATCH|
|Dale Mullin||260||1 X||M1 Garand|
|Charles Boolba||258||1 X||No. 1 MKIII .303 Enfield|
|Cortney Bolze||254||1 X||M1903A3|
|Greg Metzgar||234||0 X||M1 Garand|
|*Gary Scholl||224||1 X||AR Carbine|
|Michael Lawler||211||0 X||M91/30 Mosin Nagant|
|*Nicholas Kurtz||28||Classic Bolt|
|Dale Mullin||57||Modern Optics Class Semi-Auto|
|*Gary Scholl||28||Modern Optics Class Semi-Auto|
|Courtney Bolze||39||Optics Class Bolt|