Philip Berry top scored for rapid fire at the Orange Pistol CLub Range on Saturday with three zeros in his four second run.
Berry was using .22 longs and a heavier trigger weight where a rapid fire pistol has a light trigger pull and .22 shorts. If using a rapid pistol, it would take him to A grade.
Louie Christie also shot well for second with six zeros while Daniel Baressi, having his first match of rapid, came up in his second series, to card an 82.100 and increased his score by 60 points and no zeros.
Scores: P Berry 240, 237-477, L Christie 223, 223-446, Djuiro Cikaric 217, 220-437, Mal Cheney 210, 188-398, D Barressi 166, 226-392, Roger Bond 188, 187-375; Clare Gall 174, 157- 331, Roy Jennison 129, 154-284, Andrew Bond 134, 144-278.
Sport precision Vicki Gascoyne 248/300, Luke Johns 206/300; Air pistol, Phillip Foster 501/600, Michael Munroe 428, Frank Aplin 422, Maisie Harvey 303/400.
Peter Keegan was range officer, and Helen and Brian Johnson on club duties.
This Saturday sport pistol and centrefire will be contested and on November 9 a working bee will be held with a novelty shoot to follow. Lunch in the clubhouse.
The clean up is in preparation for the service pistol champs on November 30 and December 1. For more information ring 6365-9147.