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Con Marrinan, right, of the Niantic Sportsmens Club Junior Team, fires his precision air pistol in the Junior pistol finalswhere the top eight shooters go head-to-head to determine gold, silver, and bronze award winners. Finals are a pressure-filled competition providing mental and physical challenges to shooting a perfect ten. All shot placement and score values are shown on overhead monitors and were broadcast live over the Internet.


Photo by Kent Lacey                               

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Niantic Competitors Score Well at Camp Perry Open

Air Rifle and Pistol ChampionshipJanuary 18-19, 2014


by Kent Lacey, NSC Coach


Six NSC shooters traveled to Port Clinton, Ohio, to compete in two days of airgun competition on January 18-19 at the Camp Perry Open, located at the 80-firing-point Civilian Marksmanship Program air range. On the first match day Dave Fontaine and Kent Lacey qualified to shoot in the Super Final pistol match and Lisette Grunwell and Eric Sloan qualified for the Final in the air-rifle match. Junior pistol shooter Con Marinnan shot a personal best score of 492x600 while Narcy Dubicki fired his best score yet with a 516x600 score.


On Sunday Con Marrinan set another personal record with a superb score of 508 in the air-pistol match. A  standard Final shootoff was held, and pistol shooters Dave Fontaine and Con Marrinan both qualified for the Finals. Dave finished in 5th place overall in the Open match and Con finished 7th shooting in his first Junior air pistol match at Camp Perry.


There were a total of 331 shooters at this national-level air rifle and pistol competition.


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