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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by BamaTrooper, Aug 19, 2011.

  1. BamaTrooper

    BamaTrooper Retired

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    It has been over a month since Dawsonville. You know what that means... not long (fingers crossed) until the results are finalized.

    C'mon random goodness.
     
  2. mike g35

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    :supergrin:Good luck!!! I am waiting on Beckley's final results with the exact same hope. I got in on the new shooter drawing as well as the rest of the randoms and I cant wait to see the results.
     

  3. SARDG

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    Dawsonville's up - what you talkin' about?
    EDIT: NO IT"S NOT... wrong match. Sorry
     
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  4. Roadkill_751

    Roadkill_751 5 or 6 rounds?

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    Yeah I am sure the dartboard at GSSF is worn out with all of the names on it. I am too hoping for good ole random goodness. I wonder who throws the darts at GSSF????:whistling:
     
  5. rpgman

    rpgman SCGLOCK

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    so, in the ramdon drawing, is it one entry, or one entry for every divison you shoot?

    just curious.
    Greg
     
  6. BamaTrooper

    BamaTrooper Retired

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    One for each entry you have; shoot 5, 5 entries.
    On the new member drawing, I think one per new member you bring.
     
  7. BamaTrooper

    BamaTrooper Retired

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    Oh HELL NO! You used your random goodness in the RO drawing. Get your greedy hand off OUR goodness.:tongueout:
     
  8. BamaTrooper

    BamaTrooper Retired

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    :faint:
     
  9. rpgman

    rpgman SCGLOCK

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    cool, so I'll have 4 entries at Columbia..

    one for new member, one for Amateur Civilian, one for Sub, and one for Amateur & Master....

    that's the only way I'll get a Glock, becuase I'm sure I'll shoot something like 300+ in all the divisons, lol.
    Greg
     
  10. SARDG

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    :embarassed: Tee-hee... Clicked on it at gssfonline, looked at it and saw "Final", searched for BamaTrooper and found that he didn't even shoot Dawsonville!! OOPS... clicked on Indianapolis below Dawsonville.

    Ya told me that an A-B was the same as an A and I could pick up my speed - but I got inaccurate and got a Mike. :)


    Not to discourage... but it took 7 weeks for Reevesville.
     
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  11. ron59

    ron59 Bustin Caps

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    Not quite.

    The 3 entries you shoot will be out of one "pool".

    The new member drawing is from a different pool. For each new member, as well as the person who BROUGHT a new member, their name will go in the hat. One name will be pulled out for one gun.


    For the others (the divisions you shoot), your name goes in the hat as many times as entries you signed up for. If there's 25 guns given away, you could actually win 3 guns (assuming your case). Seen this just recently, dude won two random guns. The number of guns given away depends on how many total entries there are, a part of the Glock Report (rulebook) lists that.
     
  12. rpgman

    rpgman SCGLOCK

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    thanx Ron.
    Greg
     
  13. VOLGRAD

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    Come on FINALS -and- random goodness for me.

    I really, really need a good thing today. I buried my best pal today, literally. My 8yo lab seems to have had a stroke overnight. He was one of a kind.
     
  14. Roadkill_751

    Roadkill_751 5 or 6 rounds?

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    Bama,

    Why come you be hating me? I just got lucky. You trying to keep the man down.

    I will keep dreaming and hoping for more Glocks........:yawn:
     
  15. mikey357

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    MAN, I'm SORRY to hear that...hope he didn't SUFFER...the "Fuzzy Children" manage to WORM their way into our HEARTS, but aren't with us NEAR LONG ENOUGH...Condolences....mikey357
     
  16. VOLGRAD

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    Thanks man. He went from perfectly normal to passing in about 8-9 hours. There wasn't too much suffering.
     
  17. DEJ/FL

    DEJ/FL Millennium Member

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    Me Too!
    I have a Chocolate Lab myself. Don't want to even thinking about her not being around!

    Dan:cool:
     
  18. rpgman

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    sorry about that VOLGRAD...

    I've had to 'put down' several 'fuzzy friends', in my lifetime and each time I couldn't be in the vets office.

    my wife was braver then me and I cried my eyes dry.

    I could just say goodbye and walk out of the vets office.

    sorry for ur loss.
    Greg
     
  19. VOLGRAD

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    Thanks. At least my boy died at home.
     
  20. knightgator

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    Very sorry to hear about your dog. I have always been a lab man(with the only exception being one of my current dogs a German Shorthaired Pointer). the black one we have now was in response to the early death of my chocolate(4yrs). Honestly I have only found two ways to cope: 1) time 2) which color lab pup.

    I thought my chocolate lab was e best until I got The black one I have now. They are great family members.