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Author:  Mike McAlpine [ Mon Oct 26, 2020 6:28 pm ]
Post subject:  Who won the nationals?

Who won the nationals and how many attended? Was all of the vendors on venders Row open? Did they have the Saturday night party?

Mike McAlpine

Author:  dsohmer [ Mon Oct 26, 2020 6:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Who won the nationals?

1. Derrick Mein
2. Yes
3. No, not officially.

Author:  twentyfivestraight [ Mon Oct 26, 2020 6:52 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Who won the nationals?

Hi Derrick Mein won the main event with an impressive 288 on four challenging courses each set by different target setters. Zachary Kienbaum came up a couple short to take second place also with an impressive score of 286 he almost made it three years in a row. I know a lot of people were in his corner hoping he could pull it off. Vender row was full or at least all the store fronts and mobile venders were everywhere taking care of all the shooters needs. Beretta sponsored the super sport and gave four opportunities to secure a ticket that would make you eligible for different prizes. Elite shotgun did the same on the main event courses. The 7 bird stations you would get a two shot single bird that would earn you a golden ticket if you were successful.
There was no dinner on Saturday night or North-South shoot due to COVID overall the National Shooting Complex did everything you would expect to put on a memorable event for all of those in attendance they did not disappoint what so ever. Cant wait till next year!

Author:  snooky [ Mon Oct 26, 2020 6:56 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Who won the nationals?

Did they have the Friday night shoot off.

Author:  4th. down [ Tue Oct 27, 2020 5:10 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Who won the nationals?

twentyfivestraight wrote:
Hi Derrick Mein won the main event with an impressive 288 on four challenging courses each set by different target setters. Zachary Kienbaum came up a couple short to take second place also with an impressive score of 286 he almost made it three years in a row. I know a lot of people were in his corner hoping he could pull it off. Vender row was full or at least all the store fronts and mobile venders were everywhere taking care of all the shooters needs. Beretta sponsored the super sport and gave four opportunities to secure a ticket that would make you eligible for different prizes. Elite shotgun did the same on the main event courses. The 7 bird stations you would get a two shot single bird that would earn you a golden ticket if you were successful.
There was no dinner on Saturday night or North-South shoot due to COVID overall the National Shooting Complex did everything you would expect to put on a memorable event for all of those in attendance they did not disappoint what so ever. Cant wait till next year!


^^^^^^^^^

Another good one and with Covid, exceptional. Only shot the Main and 5 Stand but both were good. On the Main Event, IMO, the target setters just let you beat yourself, which a lot of us did.

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