2019 SE Regional

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Jim Kidwell
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2019 SE Regional

Post by Jim Kidwell » Mon Nov 04, 2019 7:25 pm

This was the 16th S.E. Regional and was attended by 45 shooters from 18 States including some from as far away as Canada, Idaho, Montana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Wisconsin, Ohio plus the Southern States.
The first day, Thursday, was to be a 200 Yard reduced .22 cal. match. The weather did not want to cooperate and we started out with cool temperatures and threatening rain clouds. We were able to get in the 200 Yard relays before the clouds opened up and we had to cancel the rest of the day. Friday morning started with great weather and we were able to complete the match and get in two of the 600-yard relays before the shadows covered up the targets. Mark Harrison, from Florida, was the Match Winner of the .22 match with an excellent score of 296 – 8X. He was closely followed by Doyle Clark, Tennessee and Jim Shride from Illinois.

In the 3x600 Yard match, Willie Pool led the pack with a 183 – 2X, BTW, this was Willie’s first target rifle attempt and he was converted immediately. Kevin Hurst, Georgia, and Randy Franklin, NC, were hot on his tail, with a 179-2X and 177-2X respectively.
Richard Wood, “Woody”, organized a Trapdoor Match with 6 shooters competing. Again, this year it was won by John Bly from Virginia. John shot an excellent score of 177-2x with his stock Trapdoor and was rewarded with one of Woody’s line boxes.

In Scope Silhouette, the Saturday and Sunday Silhouette matches were also rewarded with excellent weather conditions. The mornings started in the 30’s but with the sun and clear skies, it warmed rapidly into the 60's. You couldn’t ask for better conditions to shoot in. The animals stood out against the white berms and we had light switching winds to make things interesting. Doug Gazaway did a fantastic job on the range and was rewarded with a lot of Kudo’s from the shooters.there was a shoot off for Match Winner. Ted Tompkins, Montana, and Gerald Parks, Georgia, met at the chicken line for a 5 shot relay. Ted showed us how his Schuetzen experience paid off when he dropped three chickens to Gerald’s one. 3rd Open was won by Woody. In one relay, I witnessed for the first time, three shooters cleaning the turkeys.
In Iron Silhouette, we also had a tie for Match Winner, but it was not settled by a shoot off or chicken count. Ian Egbert, Ohio, ceded the match to John Bly. He reasoned John out shot him on all the animals except chickens. I thought that took a lot of class on Ian’s part. Charles Cumming from Canada was 3rd Open winner with an excellent score of 55.

Saturday’s barbecue by Danny Cruikshank of Shade Tree Barbecue was enjoyed by all with a menu of beef brisket, Texas red sausage, pulled pork, Georgia Brunswick stew, Baked beans with peaches, slaw and topped off with to die for chocolate brownies. It was chilly eating in our outdoor pavilion, but I think everyone went away satisfied.
To sum it up, I think everyone had fun, which I always insist on. ☺
Jim

SE Regional BPTR Date: 10/31/2019
200 Yard Reduced-22

Name Class 200 Yd X 300 Yd X 600 Yd X Total X Note
Scope
Harrison, Mark Exp 100 6 98 1 98 1 296 8 MATCH WINNER
Clark, Doyle Exp 99 4 98 3 98 4 295 11 2ND OPEN
Shride, Jim Exp 100 7 94 0 100 4 294 11 3RD OPEN
Eddington, Neil Master 99 3 100 4 95 0 294 7
Pool, Willie Exp 99 1 97 1 97 5 293 7
Finney, Mark Master 99 2 97 0 96 0 292 2
Parks, Gerald Exp 98 5 97 1 97 5 292 11
Hubbard, Steve Exp 97 2 99 3 94 0 290 5
Svihra, Blair SS/M 99 4 99 3 91 1 289 8
Burrow, Lee Exp 98 4 97 4 93 1 288 9
English, Jerry Master 99 2 100 3 87 1 286 6
Franklin, Randy Exp 98 4 94 1 92 2 284 7
Wood, Richard Master 98 2 97 2 87 1 282 v
Donaldson, Mark Exp 99 3 93 0 87 1 279 4
Cumming, Charles Exp 97 2 94 1 87 0 278 3
Dodd, Charles Exp 95 2 96 0 87 3 278 5
Walters, Barbara Exp 96 1 94 1 85 0 275 2
Outler, Charles Exp 98 2 94 1 82 0 274 3
Bell, John Exp 88 3 99 1 85 1 272 5
Walters, Ron Exp 95 3 89 0 87 1 271 4
Butler, Charlie SS/M 99 5 85 0 87 0 271 5
Kelley, Kim Exp 96 2 92 1 80 0 268 3
Farringer, Steve SS 89 0 91 0 87 0 267 0
Davis, Glenn Exp 95 0 82 0 90 1 267 1
Bateman, Ben SS 87 2 89 0 90 2 266 4
Tompkins, Ted SS 92 0 89 0 81 0 262 0
Davids, Gene Exp 97 2 68 0 41 0 206 2
Cook, Steve Master DNF DNF DNF 0 0
Butler, James Exp DNF DNF DNF 0 0




Iron
Hurst, Kevin Exp 97 5 97 5 96 3 290 13 HIGH SCORE
Klinger, Tom Exp 99 2 95 3 96 2 290 7 2ND OPEN
Rauber, Alan Exp 100 4 94 0 92 1 286 5 3RD OPEN
Baxter, Frank Exp 100 3 95 1 89 1 284 5
Gazaway, Doug Master 99 1 95 2 88 1 282 4
Englund,Arvid Exp 97 1 95 1 88 2 280 4
Egbert, Ian Exp 98 4 92 0 89 0 279 4
Bly, John SS/M 100 3 95 0 83 2 278 5
Christiansen, Steve Exp 97 1 89 0 84 0 270 1
Stewart, Graham Exp 98 2 93 0 79 1 270 3
Brasington, Tim Exp 92 1 83 1 78 0 253 2


SE Regional BPTR Date: 11/1/2019
3 X 600 Yard - Big Bore -Any Sight

Name Class 600 Yd X 600 Yd X 600 Yd X Total X Note
Pool, Willie Exp 92 1 91 1 183 2 MATCH WINNER
Hurst, Kevin Exp 85 0 94 2 179 2 2ND OPEN
Franklin, RandyEXP 91 1 86 1 177 2 3RD OPEN
Eddington, Neil EXP 87 0 90 1 177 1 1ST EXP
Egbert, Ian Exp 83 0 93 1 176 1 2ND EXP
Tompkins, Ted EXP 87 0 88 1 175 1 3RD EXP
Farringer, SteveEXP 88 0 86 0 174 0
Gazaway, Doug Master 84 1 90 2 174 3 1ST MASTER
Clark, Doyle Exp 95 2 78 1 173 3
Svihra, Blair Exp 88 1 84 0 172 1
Bly, John EXP 88 1 84 1 172 2
Davids, Gene Exp 85 0 86 2 171 2
Dodd, Charles SS 84 1 84 1 168 2 1ST SS
Cumming, CharlesExp 85 0 82 1 167 1
English, Jerry Master 78 1 88 1 166 2
Englund,Arvid Exp 79 1 85 2 164 3
Finney, Mark Master 86 0 77 0 163 0
Butler, Charlie SS/M 78 1 85 0 163 1
Baxter, Frank Exp 84 0 79 0 163 0
Walters, Barbara Exp 88 0 74 0 162 0
Kelley, Kim Exp 79 2 79 0 158 2
Christiansen, Steve Exp 81 0 77 2 158 2
Klinger, Tom Exp 81 0 77 0 158 0
Hubbard, Steve Exp 69 0 87 2 156 2
Shride, Jim Exp 77 1 79 0 156 1
Donaldson, Mark MU 80 0 72 1 152 1
Burrow, Lee Exp 78 0 74 0 152 0
Wood, Richard Exp 79 0 73 0 152 0
Outler, Charles Exp 77 0 74 2 151 2
Bateman, Ben SS 78 0 67 1 145 1
Harrison, Mark Exp 64 1 78 0 142 1
Davis, Glenn Exp 73 0 68 1 141 1
Walters, Ron Exp 67 1 71 0 138 1
Brasington, TimExp 49 0 76 0 125 0
Bell, John Exp 33 0 83 0 116 0
Stewart, GrahamExp 68 0 48 1 116 1
Parks, Gerald Exp 90 2 0 0 90 2
Rauber, Alan Exp 35 0 46 0 81 0
Cook, Steve Master DNF DNF
Butler, James Exp DNF DNF


SE Regional BPCR Date: 11/3/2019
Silhouette

Name Class C P T R Total Note C P T R Total Grand Total Note
SCOPE 0 0 0
Tompkins, Ted Mas 5 9 8 10 32 5 10 10 9 34 66 MW - 3 CHICKENS
Parks, Gerald Mas 6 10 9 9 34 3 10 10 9 32 66 2ND OPEN 1 CHICKEN
Wood, RichhardMas 3 10 8 9 30 4 10 9 7 30 60 3RD OPEN
Eddington, Neil Mas 1 10 9 9 29 4 10 9 7 30 59 1ST MASTER
Burrow, Lee Mas 3 10 8 6 27 4 10 7 9 30 57
Franklin, RandyMas 3 10 7 7 27 3 9 9 8 29 56
Hubbard, Steve Mas 3 9 7 10 29 2 10 8 6 26 55
English, Jerry Mas 1 10 9 8 28 2 9 9 6 26 54
Finney, Mark Mas 1 8 10 5 24 2 10 10 7 29 53
Shride, Jim Mas 2 10 7 8 27 3 10 5 8 26 53
Davids, Gene Mas 0 9 8 7 24 4 10 4 6 24 48

Butler, Charlie AAA 4 9 9 9 31 1 10 10 8 29 60 1ST AAA
Svihra, Blair AAA 1 10 9 8 28 0 8 10 8 26 54 2ND AAA
Farringer, SteveAAA 2 9 6 9 26 2 5 8 10 25 51 3RD AAA
Clark, Doyle AAA 0 9 6 7 22 2 8 9 9 28 50
Walters, BarbaraAAA 0 10 8 6 24 2 8 7 6 23 47
Harrison, Mark AAA 1 9 8 8 26 0 8 4 7 19 45
Donaldson, MarkAAA 0 9 6 7 22 1 8 7 4 20 42
Kelley, Kim AAA 1 8 5 9 23 0 7 8 4 19 42
Pool, Willie AAA 3 10 5 2 20 2 7 3 8 20 40
Cook, Steve AAA 1 8 5 6 20 1 8 7 16 36
Butler, James AAA 1 8 1 6 16 0 10 2 7 19 35
Davis, Glenn AAA 0 5 2 4 11 0 7 3 6 16 27
Dodd, Charles AA 5 9 6 9 29 1 10 6 4 21 50 1ST AA
Bateman, Ben AA 0 8 5 5 18 2 9 6 5 22 40
Englund, Arvid AA 0 6 3 5 14 2 10 6 6 24 38
Bell, John AA 3 9 1 4 17 2 8 3 2 15 32
Walters, Ron AA 0 8 5 4 17 1 5 1 4 11 28
Outler, Charles AA DNF DNF 0 6 5 3 14 14

IRON
Bly, John Mas 0 10 9 9 28 0 10 10 9 29 57 MW
Egbert, Ian Mas 5 10 7 9 31 4 9 7 6 26 57 2ND OPEN
Gazaway, Doug Mas 2 9 5 7 23 3 10 9 3 25 48 1ST MASTER
Rice, Ty Mas DNF DNF DNF
Cummings, Charles AAA 3 9 8 9 29 2 9 8 7 26 55 3RD OPEN
Blackstone, Steve AAA 4 9 6 8 27 1 10 6 9 26 53 1ST AAA
Klinger, Tom AAA 1 9 9 7 26 3 10 3 9 25 51 2ND AAA
DAlessandro, Vince AAA 5 6 8 10 29 1 8 4 8 21 50 3RD AAA
Stewart, Graham AAA 2 9 8 7 26 2 7 6 6 21 47
Christiansen, Steve AAA 1 9 6 7 23 1 9 7 6 23 46
Hurst, Kevin AAA 2 8 7 7 24 1 8 7 5 21 45
Brasington, TimAAA 2 9 8 2 21 2 2 10 8 22 43
Dunn, Al AAA 1 10 3 5 19 0 9 8 5 22 41
Rauber, Alan AAA 3 5 4 5 17 3 5 4 5 17 34
Baxter, Frank AA 2 8 8 7 25 3 7 4 9 23 48 1ST AA
Rice, Gabe AA DNF DNF DNF
....................................Jim
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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by Dan O » Mon Nov 04, 2019 8:26 pm

Jim great write up!!!! Did Ted behave himself? Bet he has a ways to go to be a southern gentleman :lol:

Dan

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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by Woody » Tue Nov 05, 2019 3:30 am

We watched Ted carefully to ensure he didn't. Great match. One of the best shoot-off's I've seen in a long time. Ted shot and hit two sighter's, then three of five chickens during the shoot-off. John Bly had some great scores shooting his Trapdoor. On the first relay, you will notice that he beat all iron sight shooters with that "old war-horse". I did notice, while shooting silhouette on Saturday, that John did not have a proper line box, so it was only proper that he won one as the "Top of the Pile" trapdoor shooter. He looked complete on the line on Sunday. During the evenings, after the shooting, several of us gathered and enjoyed some great meals and company. Life don't get much better.

Woody
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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by SSShooter » Tue Nov 05, 2019 6:52 am

Indeed, was a great match regardless of the wet drive down & 1st day rain-out. Was good to see so many folks again after being 'away' for a couple of years. Plus, I'm guessing I'm the only one who got a deer during the match (nice 7-point buck that was given to the target setters). Will find out today how much the match really cost me. A very well run match and we all thank Jim, Doug & Steve for their efforts in preparing for and running the matches. Congratulations to the winners (think all us shooters were winners just by getting to shoot). Looking forward to the River Bend Feb 2-day BPCR 'cabin fever' match (hint, hint).
Glenn

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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by John Bly » Tue Nov 05, 2019 7:42 am

Yes, Ted behaved himself. He stayed with Charles Outler and Charles and Mamie kept him under control. Mamie brought another of her fantastic lemon pound cakes on Sunday and I got the 1st piece. What a treat. Thanks Mamie! It was great to see everyone again. This is one of the best matches in the country and I'll never miss it unless I'm physically unable to go. If that deer that ran into Glenn's car had come thru the passenger window they would have been visiting me in the hospital. Two feet farther back and it would have been a different story. The buck hit hard enough to break his back and I had to put him down. The target setters got a little extra tip with some fresh venison.

Ian did not have to be so good to me. After all he sold me the mold for my trapdoor. I never thought you could win a match without hitting a chicken. Score: chickens 20/ me 0 for the two day match. Ian, you had me beat fair and square by the rules and you did not have to cede the match winner to me but thanks.

Thanks to Jim and his wife and Doug and Steve and everyone else who had a hand in putting on a grand event.
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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by ian45662 » Tue Nov 05, 2019 8:45 am

Well John...... As we were leaving I pondered on it some and then I realized that you did in fact have one more hit than I did. :wink:

Woody
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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by Woody » Tue Nov 05, 2019 3:16 pm

Ian,

A deer does not count.

Woody
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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by Aviator » Tue Nov 05, 2019 6:56 pm

Well, it was my first time at River Bend, and I certainly had a great time! (Though it was a little on the chilly side for tent camping.....)
I didn't get to know everyone, but it seems like a pretty good bunch of people that congregate there!

I got home just a little while ago. The wife and I stopped at Chattanooga to ride the Inclined Railway to the top of Lookout Mountain, and to spend a little time at the Chickamauga Battlefield Museum. It was time well spent.

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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by SSShooter » Tue Nov 05, 2019 7:03 pm

Aviator wrote:
Tue Nov 05, 2019 6:56 pm
I got home just a little while ago. The wife and I stopped at Chattanooga to ride the Inclined Railway to the top of Lookout Mountain, and to spend a little time at the Chickamauga Battlefield Museum. It was time well spent.
John & I did the Chickamauga on the way down. We drove the 7mi loop (more, actually, since we got lost in the rain). Well done, but too wet to get out and see anything. Did enjoy the museum and gun collection. Going thru the gun collection with John was like having your own private tour guide. There weren't many (any?) that he is not conversant in.
Glenn

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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by Aviator » Tue Nov 05, 2019 7:24 pm

Wow, wish I had my own personal tour guide! I was VERY impressed with my fairly brief walk-thru of the gun collection at Chickamauga, but am pretty low on the knowledge scale. Definitely will go back when I have more time!

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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by Ted Tompkins » Thu Nov 07, 2019 6:43 am

Thanks guys. It really was a great match. For anybody that hasn’t been to the SE Regional I feel sorry for you. Jim Kidwell runs a good match.

I have always heard about southern hospitality but now I have experienced it. What I have heard is all true. The people at that match are the most polite bunch I have ever been around. I have never felt more welcome at any match I have ever been to. There were quite a few I already knew and I met a lot more. It is people like Charles Outler, Steve Hubbard, Doug Gazaway, Jim Kidwell, Gerald Parks, Woody and a whole slew of others that made this the most enjoyable match I have ever gone to. After staying with Charles and Mamie I need to borrow Charles’ fence stretcher to get my pants and shirt buttoned up.

Thanks again everybody, you have made my whole year!

PS: Thanks for the quarters Woody. 😁

Ted
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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by Woody » Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:04 am

OH! rub it in Ted.

Great shooting. Like I said, the shoot-off was one of the best I've witnessed. Just sorry I couldn't have been part of it. I gave it my best try.

Woody
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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by Ted Tompkins » Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:12 am

Woody you shot well. You sure did a good job of distracting me from my spotting for Blair though. I think you did that intentionally just to get me in trouble. 😁
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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by Woody » Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:27 am

It didn't work. It was good to see you despite what the other shooters were saying under their breath. By the way, I had to take out a loan at usury rates to make it home after paying my debt to you off.

Woody
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Re: 2019 SE Regional

Post by Ted Tompkins » Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:32 am

It did feel good to make the trip with all expenses paid by Woody.
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