Jeffery Hernandez Wins EBR 2022

The scores are in and the big news is that Jeffery Hernandez wins EBR 2022. Jeffery placed first in the prestige 100 Yards Benchrest competition in Pro Class with a score of 229 7X. Congratulations to him for that great shooting!!!

That’s Jeffery in our heading photograph above. Here he takes center stage with Nikolai Boldov (left) who placed second with 225 4X while Mike Bricker (right) was third in Pro Class with a score of 216 1X. You can see the three winners in the top row of our photograph below.


In fact, Jeffery Hernandez wins EBR 2022 in his first year as a “Pro”. Last year he won the “Sportsman” Class of this same event. WOW!!!

In the Extreme Benchrest Sportsman Class for 2022, Jason Haycock (center) placed first with 208 2X. Barbara Pelligrino was in second place with a score of 203 2X and Dan Lang was third with 202. Jason, Barbara and Dan are in the back row of this photograph.


Extreme Benchrest is always keen to promote junior shooters. So it was a pleasure to recognize Haley Royce as the top Junior in EBR for 2022. Congratulations Haley!


The “One Gun Challenge” is a recognition of the shooting skills for competitors who shoot all the disciplines (except Big Bore!) using the same air rifle. In practice this means using a .22 caliber gun for all disciplines.

In the 2022 EBR One Gun challenge, Nikolai Boldov (center) was the winner with a total score of 757 points. Bobby Corcorran placed second with 741 and Wes Crisp was in third place with a total score of 732.


The Speed Silhouette Class is always one of the most popular at EBR with both competitors and spectators. That was true also at EBR 2022!

In the Open – read “anything goes” Class – of Speed Silhouette, Noor Sabah placed first with a time of 22.71 seconds. John Bagakis (left) was second in 23.90 seconds and Justin Welch third in a time of 25.30 seconds.


In the Pro Class of Speed Silhouette, Tom Adams repeated his win of last year with a time of 45.37 seconds. Josh Plumb (left) was second in 47.99 seconds and Nic Gregoras placed third in 49.18 seconds.


Adam Miguel (center, below) took first place in the Speed Silhouette Sportsman’s class with a time of 1 minute 3 seconds. Caleb Dickenson (left) was second in 1 minute 4 seconds and Todd Haycock placed third in 1 minute 16 seconds.


Moving to the 50 Yard Benchrest competition, Nikolai Boldov won (again!) with a score of 713 21X. Jeffery Hernandez placed second with 700 21X and Erwin Seligman was third with 696 13 X.


The 50 Yard Spring Class was won by Todd Hartman (center) with a score of 424 1X. Anthony Churchetta (left) was second with 413 3X and Nic Gregoras third.


Extreme Field Target is another extremely popular class at Extreme Benchrest. John Tafoya (center) was the winner of the Extreme Class with a score of 34. John Bagakis (left) placed second and Shane Royce took third spot on the podium (right).


In Sniper Class, the Extreme Field Target winners was Wes Crisp. Caleb Dickenson placed second and Nikolai Boldov was third.


In the Action Armour Speed Scramble, Justin Welch (center) was first with a score of 362.


In the Big Bore Open Class, Boyd Linder took the top prize with a score of 115. Scott Hull was second with 75 and Tim Gillinham placed third with a score of 55.


Finally for 2022, in the Big Bore Production Class, Kip Perrow was the winner with a score of 80. Ethan Butterfield placed second with 75 and Jared Clark was third with 70.


Congratulations to all the winners. In particular, the big news is that Jeffery Hernandez wins EBR 2022. Congratulations, especially, to him!