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GLIPSC Zombie Match Scores

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by KYgundoc, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. KYgundoc

    KYgundoc

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    What a fun match this was. we had 3 shooting bays separated by black plastic with 2 zombies in each bay. Lights were low and a strobe light was flashing.
    Shooter started with his hands on a pair of XX's on the wall and at the buzzer he engaged each zombie in bay one with 3 rounds to the head reload move to bay 2 engaged each zombie with 3 rounds each and did the same with the last bay. You had to have all hits to neutralize each zombie because each miss cost 5 seconds added to your time. fast speed and allot of misses were killers.
    Scores in time lowest time wins
    1. John Haas 1911 21.03
    2. Chris Nelson M&P9 25.61
    3. Shawn McConnell 1911 28.32
    4. Jeremy Schultz XDM 40 28.44
    5. Dean Francisco G34 29.06
    6. Jim Geiger G21c 33.61
    7. Steve Dunham 1911 33.86
    8. Herman Stuckey G23 33.88
    9. TL Hubler 1911 35.16
    10. Danney Massey 1911 35.93
    11. Frank Thompson 1911 39.21
    12. Gary Lee G17 39.95
    13. Richard Wanke 1911 40.05
    14. Bob Boswell 1911 46.26
    15. Leigh Ann Jeter G17 58.39
    16. Rick Koenig G35 62.06
    17. Sean Dobbins USP40 69.76
    18. Mike Fuzette M&P9 83.80
    19. Tommy Glueck G19 112.51
    20. Sean Shumate G23 121.84

    Back to normal USPSA or IDPA matches next week.
     
  2. TreehugginGlock

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    Thanks Dean for the great shoot. It was a lot of fun. Brains....

    I'm hoping the next time I shoot, I can successfully shoot it without any issues. I'm kind of getting tired of being known as the malfunction magnet.
     

  3. glockguy609

    glockguy609 A self portrait

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    BRRAAAIIINNNNS!!!!
    I'm actualy zombie proof since I have no brain.... Ha!
     
  4. roadforeman

    roadforeman NRA Benefactor

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    I had a really good time shooting zombies. I think the white background helped. Winning a shirt didn't hurt either.:alien:
     
  5. Wonk

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    Geez, You would think you where shooting a 1911 instead of one of those tuperware guns. :upeyes: :wavey:
     
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    Thanks Dean for the great shoot. It was a lot of fun. Brains....

    I'm hoping the next time I shoot, I can successfully shoot it without any issues. I'm kind of getting tired of being known as the malfunction magnet.

    Geez, You would think you where shooting a 1911 instead of one of those tuperware guns.

    Maybe you need a different loader...............:whistling:

    CEW
     
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    Sorry I missed it... not really, I was on the beach in Cosumel but if I was there I would have loved it. Dean, looks like you got your brains eaten. Whats up with that ??
     
  8. KYgundoc

    KYgundoc

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    Yes I had a miss but I am OK with that now. My shrink talked me through it so I will be OK by Thursday ha ha.