Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

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Michael Rix
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Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by Michael Rix » Sun Feb 03, 2013 9:57 am

Golden Gun Club, Watkins, Colo

Watkins Black Powder Cartridge Silhouette Match for February 2, 2013

We were greeted by a brisk winter day! It was cool with 10 mph winds in the AM and then warming up to needing just light jackets by matches end and we shot in variable winds all day. Sometimes gusting, sometimes very steady but always there. 53 degrees F was reached by match end.

The really big news is the great score Klaus Schattleitner shot today. All BPCR matches are fun but some are punctuated by noteworthy events. In this noteworthy match Klaus not only shot an unusually high score of 35-40 but he shot 9 chickens to do it. Klaus shot a good prone score for the conditions of 10-8 & 8. BUT the wind gods steadied up the winds just enough for good holding when he came to the Chicken line. We watched as Klaus shot and hit his first four chickens. We were holding our breath while he lined up his 5th chicken and missed wide. Groans came from the peanut gallery. Klaus started his 2nd bank and hit the first four again! Now the whole place is watching and the clock is getting low on time and his spotter counts down from 10 seconds and Klaus lets his last shot go and CLANG! He gets his last chicken for 5- in- a Row and NINE total chickens! His feet weren’t touching the ground the rest of the day!

Jack Odor, following Klaus on the chickens stepped up and shot 2 on the first bank and 5 as in 5-in-a Row on the second bank for a total of seven chickens and almost no one noticed! Klaus was a hard act to follow!

All scores were of a possible 40.

Match winner – Shooting a 35-Klaus Schattleitner, 1st AAA- 28-Jack Odor, 2nd AAA – 23 -Cody Smith. In AA – 1st – 28 - Craig Wolf and in A class – Wade Job - 18

Row pins of note:
Michael Jackson found 10 Turkeys early in the morning in tricky winds and both Jack Odor and Klaus Schattleitner shot 5-in-a Row Chicken s


See you all Next Month, Match Director-Michael Rix
Because of the great light conditions and small turn out we mixed the scope and iron classes into one.

Watkins, Colo - Golden Gun Club BPCR Silhouette Match 2-2-2013

Name Class Chicken Pig Turkey Ram Total Place
Master
Eron Ahmer iron 0 10 6 6 22
Michael Rix scope 3 10 5 9 27
Klaus Schattleitner scope 9 10 8 8 35 MW
Michael Jackson scope 1 10 10 4 25

AAA
Jim Farmer AAA 0 10 4 9 23
Doug Gray iron 1 8 5 7 21
Joe Kapler scope 0 9 3 8 20
Charlie Jones scope 3 7 4 1 15
Chris Stubs iron 2 9 5 1 17
Jack Odor iron 7 9 7 5 28 1st
Sam Chips iron 1 6 7 5 19
Cody Smith iron 2 9 6 6 23 2nd

AA
Brian Lane scope 0 9 1 9 19
Jason Porter iron 4 4 4 5 17
Craig Wolf iron 2 10 8 8 28 1st
Roger Schoutte iron 3 10 5 5 23

A
Lee Boughner iron 1 2 5 2 10
Wade Job iron 0 6 6 6 18 1st
Zack Farmer iron 2 4 3 1 10
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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by Jim Kidwell » Sun Feb 03, 2013 10:16 am

Klaus should have shot the Turkeys and Rams off hand. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Great shooting........................................Jim
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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by Woody » Sun Feb 03, 2013 2:18 pm

Klaus,

Just got Michaels email with the match results

Way to GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wish I was there to see you do it.

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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by lefteye » Sun Feb 03, 2013 4:53 pm

Once in a while the blind pig........... :D


Thanks for the comments,

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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by Ted Tompkins » Mon Feb 04, 2013 10:11 pm

Way to go Klaus! You are my new hero. Now if you come back up to Butte and shoot with us some more you should be able to get that 4th one too.

Congratulations on some fine shooting.
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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by Steve Rhoades » Tue Feb 05, 2013 9:02 am

Ted,
I did notice that Klaus wasn't under pressure from any women shooters though! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Good job Klaus!
All that schuetzen shooting is starting to pay off.

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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by Tasmanian Rebel » Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:37 am

Good Lawdy Klaus, that's some mighty fine shooting! Congratulations.!
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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by krgriggs » Tue Feb 05, 2013 12:26 pm

Good shooting Klaus, save some chickens for the nationals!

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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by Michael Rix » Tue Feb 05, 2013 5:21 pm

Woa!

Looks like Klaus did get them all. One way or another! :shock: :lol: :oops:
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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by Woody » Tue Feb 05, 2013 5:34 pm

Hey, that ain't fair. He's using the wrong "shooter". That ones on full auto.

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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by COBPTR » Wed Feb 06, 2013 4:59 pm

I think at Klaus's age it might be more of a, semi-auto..... 3 round burst....single shot....3 round burst...semi-auto...etc.. :D

Good Shooting Klaus, sorry I missed it.


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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by Steve Rhoades » Wed Feb 06, 2013 5:40 pm

I think his "shot bag" is longer than his "rifle" :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by lefteye » Wed Feb 06, 2013 6:54 pm

Nothing like a "roll-up" barrel...but I still missed!

Klaus
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Re: Watkins, Colo Silhouette match 2-2-13

Post by lefteye » Wed Feb 06, 2013 7:01 pm

Dan,

My Chicken Load: 45-70 Remington Brass, Federal 210, 60 Swiss 1 1/2, 500 Gr. RCBS over .06 plastic wad, luck and more luck.

Klaus
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