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GLIPSC scores for September 24, 2009

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by KYgundoc, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. KYgundoc

    KYgundoc

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    We had a fun match tonight. Shot 24 rounds minimum with Hard cover and some no shoot targets just to add a little difficulty. Here is how we all scored

    1. John Haas 1911 .45 5.522
    2. Dean Francisco G34 9mm 5.429
    3. Steve Dunham 1911 .45 4.757
    4. Jim Geiger G21c .45 3.702
    5. Danny Massey G35 .40 3.522
    6. Shawn McConnell 1911 .45 2.187
    7. Tom Spivey G17 9mm 2.093
    8. Herman Stucky G23 .40 1.822
    9. Chris Nelson M&P 9mm 0.441
    10. Otis Fox FNP .45 0.00 tie
    10. Lesley Manley Taurus 9mm oss2 0.00 tie
     
  2. roadforeman

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    I should have known! The one week I was absent Dunham obviously bribed the scorekeeper! What is this world coming to?
     

  3. KYgundoc

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    Yep he had his Mojo on last evening. OR someone left the 1911 Voodoo doll home last night. Wait whenever you are gone the 1911"s work???
     
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    Never thought of it that way. Maybe I am the source of the bad JuJu the 1911's experience.:dunno:
     
  5. KYgundoc

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    Yea but wonk was absent too and we all know about his bolt action 1911. His Kimber may be putting off such bad vibes that it affects all other 1911's in the range.
     
  6. Wonk

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    Kick a guy when he's not around would ya. Congrats Steve. :notworthy: And I believe if you check past weeks scores, a 1911 usually wins, probably about oh, ...99% OF THE TIME. :tongueout: I'm also pretty certain the "BOLT ACTION" is cured. It was all because of an operator error too. :embarassed: Nothing with the quality or reliability of the Kimber.
     
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    Yes I am picking on the shooters who missed this week. Yes Kimber makes a fine hunk of steel I just want to see you make it work through 24 rounds. As to the Voodoo comment that was about the week that every 1911 at the match jammed including Johns.
     
  8. Wonk

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    OK, I hated to miss this week but after my son called and said traffic was backed up big time on 65 and it was raining and I was dead tired from work I said to heck with it tonight. This was only the second time I have missed a thursday night since I started shooting with you all. As for the Kimber, it made 24 rounds +1 extra the week before without a hitch. Like I said, I am pretty certain I found the problem and it was operator induced from the first day I brought it home, tore it down and cleaned it. The week everybody's 1911 jammed was kinda weird though. Probably some kinda hoodoo voodoo hex by some jealous Tupperware guy.
     
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