Tuffy's Pet Food Open held July 24-25
Fort Thunder Shooting Center of Perham hosted the Tuffy's Pet Food Open July 24-25. Shooters from Minnesota, North Dakota, and Texas enjoyed two beautiful days of warm and sunny weather producing beautiful targets.
12 Gauge Event - Dean Thompson was one bird short of 100 with a score of 99, winning gun champion and first in class A. Jack Eveningson was close with a score of 98. Gene Helsine was third with a score of 98.
First in Class AA was Ed Schultz with a 93 - First in Class B was Don Kalland with a 95. Ray Polensky took first in Class C with a 90. First in Class D was won by Gary Hendricks with an 87.
20 Gauge Event - Gun Champion was Ed Schultz with a perfect straight 100. Class A was Scott Melschisedeck with a 98. Class B was Ray Polensky with a 96 and Class C went to Gary Hendricks with a 94.
28 Gauge Event - Gun Champion was a shoot off between Ed Schultz and Jack Sveningson with a score of 97 and Ed Schultz won the shoot off declaring him as gun champion. Ed was also Class AA winner with a 97. Jack Sveningson won Class A with a score of 97. Gordy Schelberg won class B with a score of 88. Gary Hendricks won class C with an 85. Ray Polensky with score of 90-won class D.
Don Tesch won the 410 Gauge Event - Gun Champion with a 96 in Class AA.
Class A went to Gene Helsine with a 92. Class B went to Don Kalland with an 85. Class C went to Ray Polensky with on 85.
Double Event - Gun Champion was Bob Rick with a 95. Class A went to Jack Sveningson with a 94. Class B was also won by Bob Rick with a 95 and Class C went to Gary Hendricks with a 97.
Following the shoot off was a marinated steak supper on Saturday night, which was enjoyed by all.
We would like to thank Kenny Nelson, the owner, and all the employees of Tuffy's.