The unit is scheduled to come home from their Afghan tour in April.
to help supply Marines in the field and help pay for a welcome home celebration for the 2/4.
As of 5:30 p.m., dozens of shooters were lining up at the front desk of to compete--first prize was a 9mm pistol.
The competition includes firing eight rounds each from a .22, a 9mm and a .45. A perfect score is 240.
Woolfolk scored a 163, while Townsend scored a disappointing 129--suprisingly close to his typical disappointing bowling score.
The men's winner was Staff Sgt. Joe Brooks with a score of 218, and the top woman scorer was Becky Valdez with 202. Brooks went home with a 9mm pistol as first prize and Chris DeRose won a .22 pistol in the raffle.
The event hosted 116 shooters and raised enough cash to send 10,000 fresh pairs of socks to Marines overseas--socks are a simple but vital commodity to men and women who spend days marching in often brutal conditions.