Many shooters chase the elusive 100-straight in Handicap, and few ever achieve. Listed below is the known North Dakota shooters to have shot 100 straight in registered handicap rounds.

ShooterDateYardageInfo
Art Nordbeck195820Art broke his 100 straight during the 1958 Minnesota State Shoot in Blooming Prairie, MN. It was Art’s first 100 straight in any event, and the first known to also occur in Minnesota. According to Larry Myers, Art relayed this was done at the 20 yard line. Art was also the first to break 200 straight singles in ND, done in around 1963
Lyle Glessing5/19/197421.5Central Minnesota Trap Club, data is from the 1974 ATA Detailed Microfilmed Database
James Mohler7/17/197524.5Capital City Gun Club, First 100 straight handicap shot in North Dakota.
Duane McIntyre6/30/197920Devil’s Lake, data is from the 1979 ATA Detailed Microfilmed Database.
Mark
Fliginger
6/20/198120Grand Forks Gun Club, data is from the 1981 ATA Detailed Microfilmed Database.
Bob Wehe6/28/198123.5Brandon Gun Club, data is from the 1981 ATA Detailed Microfilmed Database.
Lance Loken7/12/198119Minot Gun Club. Shot at the 1981 ND State Handicap (to date, this is the only 100 straight handicap shot during the ND State Handicap Championship, and it took until 2014 until another was even shot during the State Shoot)
Norris Olson6/5/198821Grand Forks Gun Club, data is from the 1988 ATA Detailed Microfilmed Database.
Bob Munson1/29/199227Tucson Trap and Skeet Club (Bob was a MN resident at the time)
Bob Munson6/25/199827Nebraska State Shoot in Doniphan (Bob was a MN resident at the time)
Jason Folvag8/24/200227Capital City Gun Club at the Sharptail Shoot. This was Jason’s first 100 from the 27yd line, and to prove he could do better, he ended up going 282 straight from the 27 yd line that day! (Making this his first and second 100 straight from the 27!) This also completed Jason’s Grand Slam, making him the 300th to achieve a Grand Slam in ATA history, and the first in North Dakota history.
Jesse Molstre8/31/200327The Shooting Park in Horace. This completed Jesse’s Grand Slam, making him the second in North Dakota history.
Brian Knutson6/11/200520.5Capital City Gun Club
Orrin Johnson6/19/200525.5The Shooting Park in Horace
Jesse Molstre8/10/200527Vandalia, OH, Grand American Preliminary Handicap
Jason Folvag7/9/200627Montana State Shoot at Great Falls
Gerald Wendel3/5/200826Red Mountain Trap and Skeet Club in Scottsdale, Arizona
Bob Munson6/28/200927Nebraska State Shoot in Doniphan (Bob was a MN resident at the time)
Wayne Unruh7/9/200923Minnesota State Shoot at Alexandria
Bob Munson8/15/200927Grand American Handicap Winner! Located in Sparta, Illinois (Bob was a MN resident at the time)
Dan Campbell9/1/200927Heartland Grand at the Stockdale Gun Club in Akley, Iowa
Brian Larson6/22/201224Capital City Gun Club
John Eiler7/29/201221.5Grand Forks Gun Club (John broke the first 100 of a 200 target handicap event)
Don Ackerson12/21/201227Casa Grande Trap and Skeet Club
Darryl Howard8/29/201425.5Heartland Grand at the Stockdale Gun Club in Akley, Iowa. Darryl recounted that he shot the first 50 with only a partially filled squad, as his squadmates were late. When they later arrived, it turned out former ATA President Neil Winston was amongst them!
Blake Clemetson7/24/202019ND State Shoot Preliminary Handicap
Evie Janousek2/21/202119Spring Grand in Tucson, Arizona. This was Evie’s first 100 straight in any event.
Perry Weiner8/6/202227Krieghoff 100 Handicap at the Grand American. Perry won the event outright. This also completed his Grand Slam, making him the third North Dakotan to do so.