To the Competitors who fired in the 63rd Camp Pendleton OPEN Tournament THANK YOU for making it another successful event. I especially wanted to personally shout out some BIG THANK’S to the following people who helped make this a Successful and Safe event.
These are the ones who helped set up the two different ranges on Friday:
- David Ellis
- John Kountz
- Don and Cindee Goodner
- Steve Rohde
- Harry Hall.
These are the ones who made the events run smoothly on the pistol range:
- Steve Rohde
- Harry Hall
- Ted Falencki
- Matt Kokoskza
- Ken Letwin.
These are the ones who made the events run smoothly on the Rifle range:
- Bradley Losey
- Jerry McDonough,
- Ken Letwin
- Pit Crew of Marines from Wilcox Range and 1st CEB.
As always a special THANK YOU to our Medical Support:
- Van Texas
- Dr. John Child
- Paul Guy
- Dr. Eric Villarreal.
Thank You to the Companies who also supported this event:
- Berger Bullets – Eric Stecker, President www.bergerbullets.com
- Accu-Grip – Mike Jones, CEO www.accugrip.net
PLEASE take a minute to send each of these sponsors a “Thanks” from you. I know they appreciate the feedback in their generosity and it helps me with the ability to continue our beneficial relationships.
The Camp Pendleton Open Match Winners are:
- Pistol EIC – Harry Hall 244-3X
- Rifle EIC – Jeffery Mikesell 481-6X
- EIC Aggregate – Harry Hall 714-11X
- 1000 Pt Rifle Agg – Ken Letwin 971-24X
- 1500 Pt Rifle Agg – Harry Harrison 1451-51X
Official results of this match and the Club’s Season Final Scores for the Club’s Championships can be found on the SMGC Website Match Results page.
As this was our last major match for FY 2015, I hope you all had a good time shooting with us and I especially hope you plan to shoot with us again in 2016.
Congratulations to the 2015 Santa Margarita Gun Club Champions:
- Januzs Dabrowski – Mid Range Club Champion (Total Final Score: 4925 x 109)
- Ken Letwin – XTC Club Champion (Total Final Score: 5963 x 135)
Harry D. Harrison
MGySgt, USMCR (Ret.)
SMGC Vice President and High Power Director