Tuesday, August 27, 2013

September Mr. Completely e-Postal Contest!


We're putting up the Mr. Completely's September contest, The Shade Tree Mechanic Steel Challenge, a few days early so you all can have the opportunity to shoot Carteach's August contest and the September contest in one range trip.  The rules for this contest are very simple, and it should be fun for old and new shooters alike, so take a new shooter to the range when you go.

Set up your target at 25' to 30', load six rounds, and shoot from top to bottom on both stacks.  Repeat, for a total of twelve rounds.  Hits on  the dark bands put plenty of English on the oil filters, taking them off the stack cleanly, without disturbing the filter below, so those hits are worth two ( 2 ) points.  Hits in the lighter area of the filters are worth one ( 1 ) point.

CLICK HERE, or on the picture for the link to the pdf in Google Docs, set your preferences to Draft, and Black Ink Only to stretch your ink supply, and print out a stack so the whole family can shoot.  Scan your best targets, and send them to truebluetravelinman (  at ) gmail ( dot ) com by October 6.   We will compile the scores in a table as they come in, so the scores will be posted early in the week of October 7, 2013.

Update: Enter your name, firearm (including caliber), and sights, and I will sort it out into classes for you!  

The inspiration for this target:


Anonymous said...

UMM, what are we doing about classes?


David aka True Blue Sam said...

Just enter the Firearm and sights in the text box, and I will sort it out for you!

Mr. Completely said...

You DID clear this with the EPA, didn't you? ;-)

Mr. C.

David aka True Blue Sam said...

I guess I'm on another list, now!

Anonymous said...

I probably should have asked before, but are multiple entries OK?


David aka True Blue Sam said...

As many as you can stand to buy bullets for! I kept it at twelve shots per target so folks can afford to work up to a perfect score. I plan to shoot it with four different .22's; two iron sights, one red-dot, and one scope.