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Jeff Summers wins Shamrock XI, Jim Carmichael sets potential world record

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Jeff Summers wins Shamrock XI, Jim Carmichael sets potential world record

he 11th annual Shamrock Shoot in Dublin Georgia had ninety shooters participate in the two day event. Saturday was the LV and HV at 100 yards and Sunday was the HV and LV at 200 yards. Jim Carmichel shot a world record 0.1328” aggregate in the LV 100 event.

Jeff Summers won with a grand aggregate of 0.2538”. Jeff was also the most consistent shooter over both days. He stayed under 0.2800 for all aggs with all other challengers having at least one agg above 0.3000”. His aggs were 0.2470 for HV100, 0.2751 for HV200, 0.2134 for LV100, and 0.2796 for LV200.

This was Dublin’s first time as a World Team qualifier. This year the shoot was held the week after St. Patrick’s Day since the Cactus was two weeks earlier. This gave travel and rest time for those wanting to shoot in both events. It was the first time shooting at the Shamrock Shoot for many competitors. Four relays were run with very little surprises.

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