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Longshot
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Here's the equipment list from the NBRSA 1000 yard BR Nationals/Skip Talbot Memorial match held at Sacramento Valley Shooting Center Sept. 23-25. The light gun list is on work sheet1 and the heavies are on work sheet 2.

The shooters are listed in order of their placement for the Skip Talbot Award which was scored as an over all based on a combination of NBRSA awards.

Regards,
Bert

Cheechako
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Bert

I couldn't open the file. It said you were corrupted, or something like that. I'm not computer literate so don't really know what the problem is or if it's unique to me. Don't try to fix it on my account. I know pretty much what everybody was using, and besides they all lie about their secret weapons.

For the rest of you guys, here's a photo of Bert's ammo block getting ready for a 5-shot group. Is he ready or what??

Ray

Moderator
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Ray,

You may need a newer version of Excel. I've captured the spreadsheet as .png graphic files. You should be able to open it with your browser. Just click on the attachments below. (First is Heavy Gun, Second is Light Gun).

Cheechako
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Moderator

It worked. Thanks. It's a good thing my Dell knows what a .png graphic file is.

And Bert. Thanks for posting the info. I got the final results from Jim yesterday but no equipment list was included.

Ray
Longshot
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My thanks to the Moderator as well. The conversion to ".png" format will surely make the info more accessible than the MS Excel file.

Now Ray.... Secret weapons?? What secret weapons ?!?! And you would have me believe that any of our esteemed colleges would ever resort to deception??? That's just harsh....

See ya' next time,
Bert
Cheechako
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Hey Bert - Speaking of secrecy, how about George Tompkins 7mm cartridge? I tried to get a photo of it and all I got was a picture of the back of his hand.

See you for the 600 I hope.

Ray
lynn
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Cheechako
That secret 7mm carridge was a 7 X 75 unless my source can be trusted either? It definitely looked like it held plenty of powder.
Lynn
Cheechako
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Lynn

Yeah, he will tell you the name of it but just try and get one from him to measure. Notice all the blank spaces on his equipment report? I'll have to admit that when I tried to take the photo I told him I was going to post it on the Internet. I'll bet he doesn't even let Dee handle them. I shoot a lot with George and Dee and I always look forward to it. They are good people and you never know what to expect next.

Ray
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