After a month goes by I ask the match director about my trinket commemorating the event and he said he and the secretary were confused about who was supposed to order the trophy. Weeks later I have a conversation with him at the friends of the NRA banquet for at least a half hour and the award never crosses my mind we spoke of other topics and shook hands with Wayne LaPierre and that was that. Today I get an email accusing me of cheating after the fact. My rifle is carefully assembled to specifications and has been inspected at the CMP games in Oklahoma, it is good to go.
The accusation involves a photograph of the event where I'm accused of having a hooded rear sight and clearance between the stock and the rear handguard, in his words, an NM modification. He says since they didn't see the photo until after the 30 min protest period by the rules and he didn't inspect rifles on the line, that I should voluntarily disqualify myself since he cannot.
I will fight this tooth and nail, it is chickenshit on many levels. On a personal note, I've never had a cross word with him and consider him a friend... or did.
The evidence against me is this one photo.
The high res version is here http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8036/8037432366_17791ae8d6_h.jpg
Same rifle at CMP Games Oklahoma earlier this year passing inspection. Nothing has been changed.