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GLIPSC June 28

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by 45gunner, Jun 28, 2007.

  1. 45gunner


    Jun 30, 2005
    The turnout was a little light due to the rain but fun was had by all. Everyone shot .40 cal tonight and I got all the brass.

    The match consisted of 4 steel and 5 IPSC targets.
    Course of fire. Draw and engage all steel weak hand,
    mag change then engage all paper with two shots, mag change
    then all paper with two shot.

    It turned out to be a challenging course.

    Lots of practice shooting left handed certainly helped
    in this match as all steel had to be engaged first.

    • John . W 4.391 2011
    • Greg H 2.347 2011
    • Dean F. 1.877 G35
    • Jonathan B 1.410 G23
  2. Sorry guys didn't make it and not because of rain. Had to work ugh..
    Will be there next week.
    Good to see you shooting again KYGunDoc. Shoulder must be better...

  3. Oh my gosh that was a light turn out. Sorry I didn't make it. I was winding up boxing up my brother's office. Have to be out by the weekend and will be cutting it tight. Would have loved to have shot with you guys.

    Saw Tuesday night wasn't so bad, but still lighter than usual. Saw Jack decided to come out and play again. Guess he's done with his time in front of the camera, now. Hope his head isn't too big. Nice to see he doesn't mind associating with the huddled masses.

    Good shooting John. Saw you practically doubled Greg's score. Awesome. Considering my "strong hand" isn't so strong considering my elbow, weak hand shooting isn't so bad anymore. Wish I could have tried. I should be shooting both matches next week, barring any unforeseen events.

    Good to see Dean's shoulder must be feeling better, too.

    See you guys next week.
  4. 45gunner


    Jun 30, 2005
    I was going easy on Greg.

    Yep. I actually spotted Dean tonight sporting off his new mag well and I thinks he is still a little under the weather. Now Dean's gun looks like Matt Griffin's G35. Look out.:shocked:
  5. Berretta9


    Feb 22, 2005
    Louisville, Ky.
    I wonder how many times he would have beat your score...if you'd bother to show up.
  6. boo hoo hoo You want some cheese with the whine?

    I show up, just wasn't able to last week. Had a deadline. I should be there this week. Didn't see you at KAPS. Where were you? I was there.
  7. 45gunner


    Jun 30, 2005
    Leigh Ann, Dom and I shot the treacherous Kaps course and really enjoyed it.

    We discussed the trancendental meditation techniques of Brian Enos on the way home. I had to explain it to Dom he just didn't get it.

    Real shooters go to Kaps. Weenies stay home

  8. Houngan


    Jun 25, 2006
    Louisville, KY
    Not to nitpick, but . . .

    Transcendental Meditation is the product of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who's a quack sum***** that teaches people levitation = hopping around in a lotus position. See Doug Henning, and his eventual death from cancer after refusing medical treatment. It's a nasty business designed to buy Rolls Royces for the Maharishi.

    Enos is a zen Buddhist as best I can determine, which is an entirely different beast.

  9. Berretta9


    Feb 22, 2005
    Louisville, Ky.
    I now have a new level of enlightenment.