Bad conditions lead to low turnout for Hi-Power rifle match

According to match director Mal Menzies, the Hi-Power rifle match at Juneau’s Hank Harmon Rifle Range on Sunday was dark and cool with light rain and wind.

Those conditions kept a large turnout from competing, along with the hunting season and the “honey-dos” and Halloween.

The range was left open to all JR&PC shooters as the three entered competitors went through with the match.

Chris Salazar maintained his “F” class Hi-Master scoring with a 392.17x/400. Menzies managed a master’s sore shooting a 470.10x/500. Larry Walters fired a good sitting rapid fire with his WW II M-1 but was challenged with the other positions firing a 400.1x/500.

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