Re: FACTORYVILLE PA., 2013 Smallbore Silhouette season
Just to wrap up the season,
To everyone that attended the FSC smallbore silhouette matches, helped with resetting targets, setting up and tearing down, and helpful advice along the way, I'd like to get the oppurtunity to say thanks for your support and hope that you've had a good time, and I look forward to seeing you in 2014.
Next year's schedule has not been locked in yet, but a few tentative changes:
Practice 9:00 - 9:30 (Smallbore or Air Rifle or both)
Addition of Air Rifle silhouette matches 9:30 - 10:30ish (roughly 1 hour)
Smallbore silhouette matches (2 40 round matches) following Air Rifle silhouette10:30ish to completion, estimated to roughly 12:30 / 1:00 depending on amount of relays.
Entry fees for Smallbore will be $10.00, Air Rifle $5.00, newbies to smallbore and juniors (under 16) shoot for free. You do not have to shoot both, but practice for either / both will only be from 9:00 - 9:30.
For Smallbore, I'll try to get better championship prizes & Silly silhouette $3.00 for chickens and pigs / $5.00 for turkey and rams will continue as it gives anyone a chance to win something each match. A copy of the championship points as of the end of 2013 season was sent out and will be (last known) starting classifications for 2014.
All will receive a championship pin and a voucher for a free match in 2014. All class winners and champions will also receive a certificate for their achievements, and all scores will be posted on the FSC website shortly. For those that won a championship in their class and didn't attend the Oct. match, I'll mail the championship pin and voucher for a free match in 2014 to you soon.
To recap the 2013 season, we had 42 different shooters that accounted for 86 entries from 3 states and won over $100.00 in prizes. Though we had more different shooters this year, our average shooters per match dropped by 2 from 2012 to 11 per match, with our highest attendance being 15 shooters. 10 ten in a rows were shot throughout 2013.
...that's what i like about toe tags; one size fits all...