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Golden Bullet 2023

May 24, 2023 | Competitions, Member Association News, Open Prize Meetings, WA

The weekend of 20 – 21 May witnessed 46 shooters compete for the Golden Bullet Prize Meeting, held at the…

The weekend of 20 – 21 May witnessed 46 shooters compete for the Golden Bullet Prize Meeting, held at the Coolilup Range in Capel, WA .  The competition, which was organised and run by members of the Busselton-Bunbury Rifle Club is essentially a long range shoot, where competitors shoot a combination of 10 and 15 shot matches over 700m – 900m with a total of 90 counting shots fired over the 2 days.

Conditions turned out to be conducive to good scores.  Saturday was bright and sunny with a slowly increasing easterly breeze, while Sunday was mainly overcast with a slightly more difficult north-easterly coming in over the shooter’s left shoulder.  Under these conditions the more canny wind readers came to the fore at the 900m matches.

 In summary:

Target Rifle was won by Shayne McDonald of the Albany Club with a score of 444.45, with Manjimup’s Mark Milentis second on 440.42 and Garry Craigie of Yarloop taking out third badge with 439.45.

Beverley’s Cathy Keogh was the clear winner in F Standard with a score of 530.36, followed by Graham Oates of Busselton-Bunbury on 523.27 followed by club-mate Ric Palandri on 516.24.

F Open saw Busselton-Bunbury’s Brad Day take out the honours with a score of 537.38.  Boddington club member Craig Whittleton was second with a score of 534.49 and Chidlow shooter Carl Edwards took the third badge with a score of 534.44.

F/TR was claimed by Bill Hallam of the Beverley club, returning a score of 529.36, with Waroona’s Roger Brown second with 521.41.  Gordon Neil from Perth-Fremantle was third on 518.30.

Keiran Bourke of the Busselton-Bunbury club headed a strong field of Sporter/Hunter shooters to win the top badge, going clean for the meeting with a score of 450.50, followed by team-mates Dion Hudson on 448.61 and John Hohnen who scored 442.43.

Golden Bullet Discipline Winners 2023

Bill Hallam (F/TR) Shayne McDonald (TR) Cathy Keogh (F Std) Keiren Bourke (S/H) Brad Day (F Open)

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