Take A Look At EBR Mexico 2019 – Results And Photos
EBR Mexico 2019 has just finished. And it was an outstanding success. All the competitors had a great time!
Thanks to Alvaro López, the organizer, HAM can bring you exclusive first photographs and results from this event.
EBR Mexico featured Benchrest and Speed Silhouette competitions, with categories for both PCP and Spring air rifles. Prizes were offered to the winners, with up to 20,000 pesos for the winner of the Extreme Benchrest PCP finals.
That’s Alvaro’s son Sebastian in our photograph below. He shot very well, as you’ll read below…
Here’s the EBR Mexico 2019 winners, from left to right. Congratulations, gentlemen!!!
– Gabriel Valenzuela – 65m spring rifle ( Benjamin Trail NP )
– Enrique Gómez – 100m EBR (FX Impact Mkll 30)
– Humberto López – 50m EBR ( Daystate Red Wolf HP 22)
– Sebastian López – speed silhouette ( Daystate Red Wolf 25 HP )
The 50 Meter benchrest competition was closely contested. Humberto López just pipped Sebastian López and Enrique Gómez, as we can see from the results below.
The range at the Santander Club deportivo hermosilense de tiro y casa was an ideal venue for the event. It provided great conditions for both competitors and spectators.
In the Speed Silhouette competition, the winners were (from left to right):
– Guillermo Días 2nd place
– Sebastian López 1st place
– Álvaro López 3rd place
Of course, the 100 Meter Extreme Benchrest competition was the highlight of EBR Mexico 2019. Those targets look a really long distance away!!!
The Extreme Benchrest 100 M winners were, from left to right:
– Edgar Escalante 2nd ( Daystate Red Wolf 22)
– Enrique Gómez 1st place ( FX Impact Mkll 30)
– Jesus Rodríguez 3rd place ( Brocock Bantam Sniper 25 )
And here’s the scores.
That’s great shooting by Enrique!
Of course, the concentration was considerable for all the shooters…
Alvaro López is the owner of Sun City Airguns of Hermosilio Sonora, Mexico. He deserves great credit for promoting, organizing and running this event. That’s Alvaro above, shooting the benchrest competition. He had fun, too.
Great work Alvaro!