|1||Alan Hull||Hunter/PCP||Discovery||UTG 3-12x44||CPH 10.5g||35/48||73%|
|2||Joe Haddad||Unlimited/PCP||Steyr||50x||CPH 10.5g||32/48||67%|
|3||William Baldwin||Hunter/Piston||TX200||UTG 3-12x44||Barracuda Match 10.65gr||19/48||40%|
|4||Gary Dunning||Hunter/PCP||Discovery||UTG 3-12x44||CPH 10.5g||18/48||38%|
Moderate 72 dgs and sunny with early winds starting at 3-8mph wind, with 12mph gust, absolutely great day for FT here on the central coast!
With our 4 competitors we made it through the course in ample time (Scott Hull was at Oregon state). There were lots of critters running and jumping around the course today, with the metal ones having extremely poor luck. The wind combined with 3 new lanes, a forced prone, and a required kneeling lane made for a fun course. William and I both set personal bests on the course by 35% and 50% increase in targets knocked over. Gary, for his third match ever, wanted to try out PCP and so we shared my Disco for this match, he's thinking about getting a Marauder though over originally wanting to use piston. Joe Haddad, an old CASA member decided to shoot the course as well. According to Joe (an FT course designer) said, "I could have and should have cleaned the course, but was out of it and a bit rusty from my time off, though the course has some of the best potential around". Joe also didn't get to sight in either. Mr. Haddad is one amazing shooter! William looked surprised as he was marking Joe's score card. A big thanks to Joe and William for helping me with the course take down.
Gary shooting disco off the bridge:
Joe loading a magic pellet: