2017 Crosman All-American Field Target Championship Results
The 2017 Crosman All-American Field Target Championship was held in beautiful Up-State New York. There were 80 registered competitors for this annual event, the weather co-operated and everyone had a great time!
That’s Team Crosman in action in our photograph above. Nic and Mark give newly-joined employee Scott some great (?) advice on shooting his customized Challenger!
And the winners were…
Quigley Challenge – Tom Holland.
All Around Highest Scorer (combined rifle and pistol) – Tyler Patner. Here’s Tyler shooting the Woods Course.
WFTF PCP – Greg Sauve. Greg receives his award from Crosman’s Mark DeBoard, above.
WFTF Piston – Jeff Paddock.
Open PCP – William Piatt.
Freestyle PCP – Kevin Kunkle
Hunter PCP – Bill Rabbitt.
Hunter Piston – Paul Manktelow.
Hunter Pistol – John Cimbalo. John is seen shooting in the photograph below.
Open Pistol – Tyler Patner.
All participants received a Crosman Goody Bag valued at $85.00 and $15.00 in food vouchers. Together with Crosman and Benjamin products available at incredible prices, the 2017 Crosman All-American Field Target Championship offered great value and enjoyment for all.
Big thanks should be given to Match Director Sean McDaniel. He, together with his friend Eric Brewer, are the powerhouses behind the organization of the shooting part of the 2017 Crosman All-American Field Target Championship. They put in a huge amount of work behind the scenes to ensure that this is always a great shoot, well-organized and a pleasure to attend.
Sean still found time to shoot his new FX Streamline. He’s at the front of this line-up on the “Field” course, below.
While Eric Brewer is really enjoying the shoot, below. That’s Bill Rabbitt behind.
Below. Kristen Coss, Pyramyd Air’s Marketing Manager was shooting well with her Air Arms.
In the “Woods Course”, some targets are high in the trees, as Jim Wilcox shows us…
While here’s another view of why the Woods course is so interesting to shoot.
As the humidity – and the pressure – mounted, someone donned a special hat to keep his cool. That’s Tyler Patner underneath that hat as he shoots pistol. And yes, that’s a solar panel on top that powers the fan in the front of the hat. Judging from Tyler’s scores, it obviously works! Maybe we’ll see it as a new product from Pyramyd Air in future???
If, for some unaccountable reason, you didn’t make it to the 2017 Crosman All-American Field Target Championship, we’ll see you again next year!