Brighton, MI Prelims Up...

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    wes you didn't do too bad either along with a few other of my shooting friends.
     
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    I have not been able to get www.gssfonline.com to come up this morning. I have tried for the past 1 1/2 hours. Yes, I am using IE. Anyone else having problems getting it now.
     
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    Thanks Ed! More dinero for my lovely CFO. ;)

    Didn't feel that good from inside my head but I'll take it. 2007 so far is 'year of the bridesmaid.' But I'd set a personal goal on a couple things and exceeded those this trip at most stages so all worthwhile & trips with this collection of buds are a blast.

    Was gratifying again to walk a new shooter around the stages and, since he didn't finish anywhere near the bottom like he thought, he might join us at Lexington instead of waiting for Milwaukee. Looking forward to seeing him there. (Tim, that's a hint if you're lurking...). ;)

    Don: Try this direct link for the prelims; I get into GSSF but multiple refreshes of the front results page still don't light up MI and MO, but try this:
    http://gssfonline.com/results/2007/2007bmi.pdf

    Looking forward to Lexington! :dancing:

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    WOW Old Grady was burning them up. And that was a result of not shooting much lately? See I knew there was some kind of conspiracy about practice before a match.:rofl:

    Great job Team Carver.:thumbsup:
     
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    for this year i'm disapointed in my preformance and have come in one spot from winning a certificate several times. i did have a couple of high points and shooting the plates in 10.96 at brighton was one of them. i finially figured out last nite i have a problem with my cmore. i knew i did but couldn't figure it out. it's been replaced with another and i'll get the broke one fixed. i'll give you all a hint without letting you know how stupid i got. don't over tighten any of the screws on a cmore.

    i'll work lexington so i ought ot get to see just about all of you that come there to shoot. i've miss the MN crew at 3 matches this year because of shooting differant days.
     
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    We're certainly looking forward to seeing you pardner! There will be a veritable 'gaggle'* of us coming down for that one, as it's the 'last hurrah' pretty much till ice-out or them Matchmeisters take another trip.

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    * gaggle - gaa' ghul n.: term used at Army bases to describe Air Force units' attempts to march in formation.
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    (but them guys sure know how to throw a B-B-Q!) :supergrin:
     
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    Hey, watch those Air Force Jabs. :banana: :animlol: :rofl: :tongueout: :wavey:
     
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    It was just for you amigo! :rofl:


    Actually a back-handed compliment really; we had a unit here recently that got off the night qual range late & through scheduling screw-up, no chow hall open. Fortunately their AF brethren down the tentline were still up, well, let's just say 'conducting their farewell ceremony'. So all were well-fed and thankful that it wasn't MRE's. Go Air Force!

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    Good Deal. Yep those MRE's leave a lot to be desired but so did the old "C" & "K" rations.:thumbsup:
     
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    Compared to MREs :puking: C-rations :rock:


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    "C" Rations did have some tastey Fruit Cake and Boned Turkey.:thumbsup:
     
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    Wow, congratulations to Grady!

    I would like to thank Wes and his crew for coaching me though my first match. The schedule is cleared for Lexington and I hope to see you guys there!
     
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    :supergrin:
     
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    Pleasure was ours; meeting old friends, making new ones. Pretty much alot of what makes up GSSF. We look forward to seeing you at Lexington, a piece of real-estate that you will really appreciate. :supergrin:


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    Just kind of curious,I know that they have to wait for conflicts to be resolved and to make as many as content as possible with the results, but about how long does it normally take from the preliminary results until they are able to get the final results posted?

    Tim
     
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    Usually, it takes about a month. Now, I've seen some that were shorter periods of time and some matches were a tad bit longer, but a month is a good time frame for the finals.
     
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    Thanks, This is the best I’ve ever done and am wondering if I’m gonna stay where I am in the final standings.

    I wish I could have seen Grady shoot the plates. That must have been amazing.

    Tim