After Cynthia beat me last month I decided to leave her at home and take Phil. I have always managed to beat him. Quantico Match 9 8-17-2008 1.Kirk Burns 6.5-284 --- 484 17x 2.David Brower 6.5-284 - 482 13x 3.Brian Metz 6.5-284 --- 476 10x 4.David Dye 6.5-284 --- 474 7x 5.Mike Scherr 300WM - 472 11x 6.Phil Collier 308 --- 470 8x 7.Jim Collier 308 --- 463 6x 8.George Glaize 308 --- 460 7x 9.Tom Franklin 308 --- 460 4x 10.Reg Armistead 7mm -- 449 5x 11.Scott Thompson 308 -- 449 5x 12.Jim Hughes 300wm --- 449 4x 13.Steve Mullins 338 lm -- 448 3x 14.Steve Sledge 308 --- 445 6x 15.George Ortiz 308 --- 441 2x 16.Pat Malone 308 --- 439 2x 17.Dave Conrath 308 --- 435 3x 18.Frey 308 ---- 434 6x 19.Carlos Macaraeg 300wm - 432 4 20.D.T. 308 --- 428 6x 21.Jerry Birchmore 308 --- 406 1x 22.Don Sheridan 308 --- 385 2x 23.Josh Armistead 243 --- 321 1x

Looks like you're gonna have to leave them both home if you want to take first prize in your family competition. You got them started in this and now you're paying the price.

BB, Maybe I missed this but it appears that you are shooting F-Open. Why aren't you shooting F-TR? Just curious. James

James We just shoot "goof around" rules. It is not sanctioned or anything. We have a set of cobbled together rules that suit us. It is kind of like "run what you brung" night at the dragstrip. It is a friendly place to shoot and sometimes you get "do overs" and stuff. As can be seen from the scores, the people who shoot the 6.5-284s really rise to the top. It is a great place for a new shooter to learn, but probably not a place for a serious competitor.