Jersey Pistol Club Fullbore Open 2019

                                     

 

This years event on 8th-11th August 2019 saw entries from Jersey, Guernsey, Germany and the United Kingdom. A total of 31 participants took part in a mixed discipline event held at the Jersey Pistol Club ranges.

The event started off on Thursday afternoon with the IPSC match which CIPSA (Channel Island Practical Shooting Association) kindly set up for us.

It consisted of five challenging stages, which was split into four divisions, Open, Standard, Production and Revolver. A Big thank you goes out to Alain Cabaret and his team for making this possible.

Friday morning was the 1500 PPC event, a 150 round event, from distances of 7 meters to 50 meters, where people try to score the maximum score of 1500 points. This event has six classes, High Master, Master, Expert, Sharpshooter, Marksman and Unclassified.

Saturday was more varied, we had the Police Pistol 2, Police Pistol 1, Service Pistol B and 9mm,

Sunday, the final day we held the Pocket Pistol, Service Pistol B, and the International Team Event.

Both Maik Murwig (BDMP) and our very own Mark Dubras were on form and managed a Maximum 300 in the Police Pistol 1  International Team Event.

This was a personal best for Mark Dubras. Well done guys.

The German team were on form and pipped us to the post in the International Team Event, coming 1st, Jersey, 2nd and the UK 3rd.

A Special thanks go out to David Brandenburger, Dietmar Hoenersch and Anna Milke for the wonderful German Evening held on Friday evening, Charles Murton for helping with the stats, both Steve Lamb,John Robinson and David Brandenburger for helping on range, as well as all the other range staff, also last but not least Gerry Weir and Family for the catering on Sunday .

We all did our bit and made this years event one to remember. Thank you all for coming and see you in Leitmar next year.

Link to results:FULLBORE OPEN 2019 RESULTS

FULLBORE OPEN 2019 RESULTS 11-9-2019

 

 

 

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