In celebration of the 67th Anniversary of the Defeat of the Japanese Imperial Forces,
The New Jersey Arms Collectors Club
Invited all Shongum Sportsmen and NJACC Memberfs to participate in our


V-J Day
Marksman Competition

VICTORY OVER JAPAN

DATE: Saturday August 24, 2013
TIME: 9:00am - 4:00pm
(Sight-in 9:00am - 10:00am)
LOCATION: Shongum Sportsmen's Rifle and Pistol Ranges
Jane's Chapel Road, Mansfield, NJ
PRIZES: Trophy to best in each contest
FIREARMS: Curios and Relics of the period -
Original Stocks and sights-Accurate reproductions true to originals accepted.
CONTESTS: Contests 1-9: 10 rounds in 2 Minutes at 100 Yards- any position including bench rest
Contest 10: M1 Garand 8 Rounds @ 100 Yards, 1911 .45 - 7 Rounds @ 25 Yards
Contests 11 - 12: 25 Yards Indoor Pistol Range
SHOOT CHAIRMAN Stan Gurski . . .e-mail: GurskiLTC@aol.com
Range Masters: David Johnson
Chef Joe Lutz
Scoring: No Data Available

Lunch was included with all paid entries.


The following is a Stan Gurski on the shoot:

Special thanks once again to the Shongum Sportsmen's Association who made this shoot possible.

This shoot was sponsored by Shongum and NJACC Members Rich Gajda and Stan Gurski.

Our Resident Chef, Joe Lutz, once again provided an outstanding lunch of Hotdogs, Beans, and all the fixin's. We also had some rice cakes, but no fish.

The weather was great and the shooting conditions were excellent. Bob Weis delivered the target frames the night before. We used two new targets from Speedwell. Overall the matches went well, and we are in good financial shape for our next shoot, The End of the Evil Empire scheduled for October 9, 2013.

As our primary score keeper and secretary was not available,the targets were scored, and the trophys were handed out but the the match results were and the participants, and winners were not recorded.

We have no scores, targets, or participants to report for this match. The following is a list of the matches. Anyone who wishes to, may contact our Secretary to update the report information.

Email your Score Here
Please include Match, Rifle Used, Score and indicate if you are the winner of the match

V-J Day Match
CONTEST / Guns of the Era Winner / Rifle Score

SPECIAL TROPHIES

EMPEROR TROPHY
For Best Score with a Japanese Rifle
 
 
 
YOUNG SAMURAI (BONZAI)
Best score for person under 18
 
 
 
 
3) TOKYO ROSE
For Best Female Score
   

EVENTS 1 - 9 RIFLE
10 Rounds - 2 Minutes - 100 Yards

1) MANCHURIA
JAPANESE TYPE-30,38 MOD 98 MAUSER,
GERMAN MOD 88/05 or CHINESE HANYANG
   
2) GUADALCANAL
'03 SPRINGFIELD, '03A1 SPRINGFIELD,
ANY 6.5 JAPANESETYPE 38 or TYPE I(Italian)
 
 
 
3) BATAAN
US M1917 ENFIELD,
ANY JAPANESE 6.5 OR 7.7MM Long RIFLE)
 
 
 
4) OKINAWA
'03A3, M-1 GARAND,
ANY JAPANESE 6.5 OR 7.7MM SERVICE RIFLE or CARBINE
 
 
 
5) BURMA
TYPE-38 OR TYPE 44 JAPANESE CARBINE,
#5 ENFIELD JUNGLE CARBINE .45-70
 
 
 
6) MANDALAY
ANY JAPANESE SERVICE RIFLE,BRITISH #3 SMLE OR #4 ENFIELD
 
 
 
7) PACIFIC SNIPER
TYPE-97 OR TYPE-99 WITH ORIGINAL SCOPE,
'03A4, 1942 USMC, M1C-SNIPER, #1 MK-IV(T)
(1 SHOT - 100 YARDS)
 
 
 
8) PACIFIC PARATROOPER
M1 OR M1A1 CARBINE (Jersey Registered)
JOHNSON 1941 OR TYPE-2 RIFLE 7.7MM
 
 
 
9) KHALKHIN GOL
SVT, MOSIN NAGANT, ANY JAPANESE 6.5MM SERVICE RIFLE
 
 
 
10) CABANATUAN
M1 Garand - 8 shots off hand 100yds, / 1911 - 7 shots 50 Feet
 
 
 

EVENTS 11 & 12
Handguns -12 Shots Off-Hand @ 50 Feet

11) SAMURAI TROPHY
ANY JAPANESE SERVICE PISTOL OR REVOLVER
TYPE : 26, 14, 94, NAMBU
 
 
 
12) VICTORY OVER JAPAN
ANY WWII ALLIED FORCES SERVICE PISTOL, 1911, 1911A1,
TOKAREV, BROWNING HP, C96, COLT, S&W,WEBLEY, ENFIELD, NAGANT
 
 
 






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