Well thanks for the advice guys. I pulled em all, resized em and reloaded and pulled out a 2nd place in some bad winds against some very very experianced shooters. The only way I can be competitive when the wind is bas is to have a gun that shoots better than the competitions. Thanks to a bunch of stuff I am learning on this site, I am usually able to get this edge.
(actually I dont understand how they award the prizes. They announced me as F-open 1st place and the guy that beat me by 2 points as match winner. All I know is I was the second winner:mad:....but there is always next month. At least it was my gunsmith and a BR hall of fame shooter that beat me