Quigley SCORES

This is where you can place your scores from the matches. It uses an excel spread sheet! If you send me your sheet of scores I can put it on the forum and provide a link where everyone can view it.

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Quigley SCORES

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Heard there were some decent scores shot but so far, Who done it?
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Shane Kraft (2nd time winner) won with a 42. Erik Haft was 2nd with 41. They shot right next to each other on the relay before mine. Steve Anderson won scope class with a 33. Very tough wind conditions 25-37 mph with lots of dust and crud flying through the air.

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Huh? Somehow, not sure why, I was under the impression that there were more than 4 competitors.

Did the rest get blown away?
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Well, those are the scores I know off the top of my head. It’ll probably take the usual two months before they get posted up on the website if you want a full accounting.
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Spoke too soon…scores are posted (almost)… the website says “coming soon”.


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Notice, the DI scores are usually posted the same day they are shot.
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Take a guess at the logistics required to get everything put away after hosting 600 shooters..
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Good point. Have no basis to formulate a guess. Clue us in as to what is involved? O wise and all knowing one?
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Grapevine said the winner was shooting the mighty 38-55.
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It does take longer to organize and post 575 scores with multiple categories than 19 shooters competing head to head.
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If so, would it be possible for him to post the particulars, as other 38'ers will be interested.
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Every year same shit, someone just has to complain about the scores not showing up.
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Did Bryany just volunteer to get into a crossfire between SEMTAV and DD? :shock: If so looks like he will have to get in line.
Now we have mention of 575 scores and 600 shooters and a 38-55 making high score?
Perhaps PTSD Post Quigley 2024 to deal with?
So many unanswered questions.

BTW Charlie, there is a difference between banter and complaining. This is not complaining. In the South some call it joshing. Without a sense of humor it is almost impossible to recognize much less appreciate. :D

The sole motive is to generate interest and increase participation on this forum. Got you and Bryany to post from the frozen northlands. :lol:

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I shot the Q and in the big blow that we endured I really doubt that the high score was with a 38-55. Will just have to wait for the results. I did note that the shooters meeting revealed some had tried to shoot jacketed bullets, a big NO!
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Shane and Eric are both part of our shooting group. He shoots a 45 caliber Shiloh.
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