Port Clinton, Ohio - As day three of the Long Range High Power match begins here at Camp Perry, Ohio, the main obstacle in every shooter's attempt to claim the title hasn't been a seasoned champion, a gusty rookie or wiley veteran ... it's been the weather.
Not the usual heat that sometimes play havoc with the shooter's optics upon the Viale range, but rather a touch of rain and reports of a funnel cloud or two. Despite the threats, we find a handful of new and a handful of favorites sitting on top of the leaderboard.
And before you say it, yes, the scores look a bit uneven. Just keep in mind that these are preliminary and not every number has been entered into the system as of yet.
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