Three Air Matches and one Partial Air Match as practice were contested before lunch with a Centre Fire/Sports Pistol Match contested in the afternoon with Wayne acting as Range Officer.
Charles had a break and cease to function in the first series with his Centre Fire revolver and contested the match with a .357 Thompson Contender. He was exceptionally busy and quick in the Rapid Fire Stage, ejecting the spent shell reloading and setting the trigger in approx. 7 seconds ready for the next shot and only missed firing one shot. Certainly not the easy way to shoot the Centre Fire Rapid Fire stage of the match.
Match of the day next week will again be Centre Fire/Sport Pistol with the Annual General Meeting to be held at the conclusion of that match expected to be about 2.30 pm. - COVID willing.
Hopefully, we will see a strong turnout of members for the meeting.