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Hey guys and gals.  Letís use this space for quality conversation and advancement of F-class shooting.

F class is born out of TR,  but have to say it is rapidly diverging from it roots. 

Equipment is more and more tending towards BR technologyís and I am one that sees the benefits of this.
Qualifying post BRSC Nationals in Mission
BRSC - Benchrest Shooters Canada / Re: Mission - 2018 BRSC Nationals Results
« Last post by rpollock on August 07, 2018, 09:16:52 AM »
Rogues Gallery of Winners:

Back Row L-R Vic Edmunds, Dan Opel, Don Ells, Tyler Edmunds, Phil Nick, Dean Weger
Front Row L-R Nobby Uno, Rick Pollock, Hugh Williamson, Rob Seemann
BRSC - Benchrest Shooters Canada / Re: Mission - 2018 BRSC Nationals Results
« Last post by DanO on August 07, 2018, 08:50:51 AM »
Congratulations to Hugh on winning the BRSC Championship he is working his way to matching Ted Gaillardís 5 Championships.
Thank you to the Mission Club for hosting this Championship.
BRSC - Benchrest Shooters Canada / Re: Mission - 2018 BRSC Nationals Results
« Last post by Pesky ab on August 06, 2018, 07:23:40 PM »
Thanks to the mission club for hosting as well as   Art ,Mark and Joe for putting on a well run shoot,
BRSC - Benchrest Shooters Canada / Selkirk August 4th-5th 2018
« Last post by McD on August 06, 2018, 06:48:15 PM »
Well we finished up another year of shortrange benchrest at Selkirk Game and Fish this weekend.
Grant ran a well run match as is usual at Selkirk....  and Chelsey our target runner and scorer did her Job like a well oiled machine..
Everyone helped out from setting up backers to aiding other setting up flags and taking the equipment down.
The first day we had a overcast sky and temps started around 21 went down a little from there and then back up to 22 ish..Dwayne had his gun in tune and kept it that way and was able to take full advantage of the weather and ended up with a teen agg. Very well done.
Saturday night had crazy winds and rain and some hail thrown in for good measure....the morning looked promising as I left my camper but that was a bit deceptive. We set up the backers  and we were all ready to give it a run at 200 yrds. We shot the first target and then the sky opened up with a deluge of rain that lasted 20-30 minutes  after that we were back at it again..our little friend mirage of course started to show his wonderful face but overall was never a significant factor in the shoot. The wind continued to pick up most of the day with a head wind being predominant condition...Dwayne continued at 200 to show us all how it is done shooting more tiny ones.
It was another great weekend at Selkirk, some of the shooters came with lots of experience under their belt  others not so much but we all have a bit more now...and dreams of doing better next match and just enjoying the company of other shooters.
BRSC - Benchrest Shooters Canada / Mission - 2018 BRSC Nationals Results
« Last post by mdumont on August 06, 2018, 05:03:16 PM »
22 shooters came from all across Canada as well as the US to compete in the 2018 BRSC Group Nationals at the Mission and District Rod and Gun Club.   

Temperatures rose throughout the two days of competition and the Mission mountainside took full advantage to present us with challenging conditions.   

Hugh Williamson proved the wind was his friend by winning both 200 yard aggs as well as all three combined aggs, Light Varmint, Heavy Varmint and Grand. 

Thanks to our target and scoring crews - Couldn't have done it without you!

Special thanks to all competitors, especially those who traveled to attend. 

Looks like we'll do it again next year, as long as the club brass will give us the range - Hope to see you all again.

Here are the results:

...and the Equipment List:
Centerfire Discussions / Re: remembering equipemnt
« Last post by Bertde on August 06, 2018, 01:03:47 PM »
Us old guys need to accept that our memories are on paper and not in our heads.
Centerfire Discussions / Re: remembering equipemnt
« Last post by McD on August 06, 2018, 12:30:10 PM »
It would seem from stories told at range this weekend it is a issue that creeps its ugly head at times with some serious effects.
Having various boxes for equipment and lists for each good idea but a truck list sounds like best idea insuring each box is actually loaded into truck and not sitting by back door on garage floor etc when you show up hundreds of miles from home.
Centerfire Discussions / Re: remembering equipemnt
« Last post by Underthegun on August 05, 2018, 09:31:37 AM »
After the last match in Kenora you wonít get mutch  help from me.

No worries Phil. After that match Iím quitting. Iíll probably just embarrass myself next time.
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