SQUIRREL #1 - Awarded to Goose Terwillligher for managing to shoot his own hat in a shotgun double tap. He was clean, the hat was not.
SQUIRREL #2 - Awarded to Dorado for 2 straight matches losing the White Squirrel on the last stage, last gun
SQUIRREL #3 -Awarded to Shameless Womanizer for a magnificant blackpowder double that bucked enough to cause an impressive laceration. Big Paul was rocked!
SQUIRREL #4 - Awarded to dapper Cabrito Joe for a trainwreck so ugly, it won't be described here. Apparently classy clothes do not always make the shooter.
SQUIRREL #5 - Awared to Capt. Allyn Capron for an unbelievable, on the clock, dissambley , repair and reassembley of his rifle to avoid a miss AT LANDRUN. Wow!
SQUIRREL #6 Awarded to Redleg Reilly for an amazing display of cylinder spinning, thumbilitis and a stuborn failure to recognize a bad primer.
SQUIRREL #7 Awared to Texita Draw for New Years' self destruction that was legendary. Will he ever be the same.
SQUIRREL #8 Awared to Hebe Missing for a Grand Slam Disaster 6 misses, a procedural and and minor safety. Wow!
SQUIRREL #9 Awarded to 3 Fingers Mike for a stage DQ and something about trying to load empty shotgun shells into his shotgun on the clock.
SQUIRREL #10 Awarded to Razorback for an amazing inadverdent pistol twirling exibition that ended his day.
SQUIRREL #11 Awarded to Goose for unbelievable inconsistency and just plain awful shooting.
SQUIRREL #12 Awarded to Kiamichi Queen for unrequited loss of a classic white squirrel on the last stage
SQUIRREL #13 Awarded to Scuubbrush for an unmatched disconbobulation involiving 4 misses, a procedural and a loss of 4 bonus points in less than 30 seconds. It was sad.
SQUIRREL #14 Awarded to Trainwrek for an unmatched combination of misses , and equipment malfuncitons.
SQUIRREL #15 Awarded to HeBe Missing an impressive presentation of an empty pistol with the ammo hanging from a pouch dangling from the barrel
SQUIRREL #16 Awarded to Red River Regulator for multiple calamadies that could only describe a really bad day.
SQUIRREL # 17 Awarded to Riverside Burns for for a series of clamatous events taken with his characteristic good humor.
SQUIRREL #18 Awarded to Redleg Reilly for an easy to forget day with broken firing pin , Thumbilitis and brain fade.
SQUIRREL # 19 Awarded to Red River Regulator for an impressive 2 procedurals in 6 stages.
Squirrel #20 Awarded to Bodacious Bob for losing his rifle on the 1st stage and takeing 10 misses on every stage Squirrel #21 Awarded to Riccochette Jose for a series of shooting errors too long to detail here Squirrel #22 Awarded to Ima Quickshot
for one of those HeBe moments of click, click, click and no bang.
Squirrel #23 Awarded to Capt. Allyn Capron
for forgetting to end a stage with the shotgun. Senior Moment!
Squirrel #22 Awarded to Ima Quickshot
for forgetting her shotgun shells
Squirrel #23 Awarded to Sanford for forgetting his shotgun shells on two stages and causing a ripple of forgotten shells across the posse!
Squirrel #24 Awarded to Gus for a broken rifle and multiple squibs - including one he could not drive out. Just not a good shooting day.
Squirrel #25 Awarded to Tex-Anna for deciding not to use her guns for the match, throwing one down instead of shooting.
Squirrel #26 Awarded to Capt Allyn for his inability to bring the appropriate weapons and ammo to shoot the match.
Squirrel #27 Awarded to Dorado for an all-around terrible ammunition day, filled with squids, misfires, low loads and anything else you could imagine.
Squirrel #28 Awarded to Tex-Anna for a long list of mis-deeds. Forgot to bring ammo, lost parts off her revolver, light strikes on the rifle, etc.......
Squirrel #29 Awarded to Rock Springs Renegade for a rash of problems on a stage. Had a squib, so was given the chance to reshoot - but failed to reload a revolver. Lots of "click, click, click, click" and no bang. He'll always remember, "Are you loaded?"
Squirrel #30 - Awarded to Jax T during Hell on the Prairie. He had the audacity to break one of our targets while shooting a stage. He was graciously allowed a reshoot, and taking the bull by the horns, shot a worse score for the stage.
Squirrel #31 - Awarded to Medicine Creek Kid for not being able to control his rifle. Jacked out rounds, had trouble with reloads, then put one over the berm. Not bad for a police firearms instructor...
Squirrel #32 - Awarded to Jerome Watts, mainly for the sake of it. Too much talking about a white squirrel (but sadly coming up short) and inability to aim a shotgun.
Squirrel #33 - Awarded to Wynonna Earp for masterful displays of rapid shooting and equally rapid missing - Followed by the inability to remember to shoot her shotgun.
Squirrel #34 - Awarded to Dorado for the first exploded gun in club history. No injuries, except for one 1858 Remington that is now toast.