October 2004

Ray Piche Memorial Egg Shoot Recap
October 17,2004

Well, the shadows are getting longer and the Woodcock Rifle Range Egg Shoots come to a close with the Ray Piche Memorial Egg Shoot.
This shoot turned out to be one of the most difficult of the season. The winds were blowing 10-15 mph with gusts of up to 20 mph! And try to figure out where the wind is blowing from. Very poor shooting conditions. But the boys were up to the task and the eggs didn’t stand a chance.Heres the tale of the tape…….CUSTOM RIFLE 200 YDS…

First Place……… Joe Manning, Raynham Ma

Second Place…. Jonathan Wong, Westport Ma

Third Place……….George Harrison, New Bedford MaFACTORY RIFLE 200 YDS…

First Place…………Bob Lis, Utica NY

Second Place…….Steve Evangelho, New Bedford Ma

Third Place………..Mike Cabral, Dartmouth MaCUSTOM RIFLE 300YDS…

First Place………….Gary Maciel, Mattapoisett Ma

Second Place………George Harrison, New Bedford Ma

Third Place………….Jonathan Wong, Westport MaFACTORY RIFLE 300YDS…

First Place……………Ron Maciel, Fairhaven Ma

Second Place……….Bob Lis, Utica NY

Third Place…………..Mike Cabral, Dartmouth MaHUNTING RIFLE 100YDS…

First Place…………….Steven Guillette, New Bedford Ma

Second Place………..Antonio Dias, New Bedford Ma

Third Place…………..William Andrews, New Bedford MaHandgun 100yds…

First Place……………..Dave Nuttall, Fall River Ma

Second Place………….Ron Maciel, Fairhaven MaSome interesting notes…….Ron Maciel, using a factory Savage 112 in 22-250 with a Weaver T36 scope bested all the cusom guys score in the 300 yd shoot! He shot 15 eggs using 23 rounds. The next closes, using a $2500 custom rifle in 6BR shot 14 with 23 rounds. Great shooting Ron. In the Factory 200, Bob Lis also used a Savage stainless/synthetic 12FVSS in 22-250 caliber, shot 15 eggs with 17 rounds in pretty nasty conditions. Well, that’s it for this year. Get ready for next year! More info at www.rvbprecision.comRandy Costa
Woodcock Rifle Range
508-636-4669

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