The NASRPC introduced a team competition at each of their open competitions this year. 5 different disciplines are designated to count, depending on what is offered at each open. In general, there are fourteen possible small bore disciplines available and the subset on offer depends on the facilities available at each particular club. At Hilltop, the designated disciplines were as follows:
BR50FS–Bench Rest 50 Metre Factory Sporter.
GRSB25P–Gallery Rifle Small Bore 25 Metre Precision
GRSBTP1–Gallery Rifle Small Bore Timed and Precision 1
SBP25P/OSBP25P–Either of Small Bore Pistol 25 Metre Precision or the Open version of this discipline(optical sights)
SBPTP1/OSBPTP1. Either of Small Bore Pistol Timed and Precision 1 or the Open version
Each club has to have at least one member enter each of these disciplines in order to seriously compete. If more than one member enters, then the highest score is taken into account. The table below shows the overall Team results and the second table shows how the ECSC team scored. You will see from the ECSC results that each of the three club members competing, contributed at least one score to the team results. Well done to Anthony F., Paul F and Sean Mc- a great team effort.
ECSC has only started competing recently. The first time was at the Open Competition held on our range and we won that. The next competition was the Keil Trophy held at the BRC range and we also won that. Winning at Hilltop made it three in a row.
|ECSC||East Coast Shooting Club|