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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by DannyR, Jul 9, 2012.
Wow, that was fast!
See them at http://www.gssfonline.com/results/2012/2012fny.pdf
Wow that was fast,
I did really bad. There is just no way to recover from all those "Mikes" from not shooting at the target.
Looking at the bright side there is no way I cant show improvement at the next match in Topton.
Jason did spectacular and should be getting another gun.
I hope I can figure out what scores are from the young girl who shot on Saturday, She looked so relaxed at the line while shooting. I am sure it wont be long till she wins her first gun Congratulations to every one .
How did everyone else do
So they crossed my glock the plates scores... not that it affects my standing at all
Aleah Groman, 105.95, Junior Female Am/Civ.
This was my first GSSF Match. I attended Sunday morning and my only regret was having only signed up for one division - the match was outstanding and great fun! Even after having read the Glock Report several times, it was difficult for me to conceptualize the courses of fire. However, once I checked in at the station and observed a shooter, it all made perfect sense. The Plates are hands down the most fun. I learned a great deal from this match and I cannot wait until next year - I will certainly be signing up for 3 divisions. Danny, thanks again for your help in answering my questions about the mag floor plates and mag catch. Now for the wait to see if I won a free Glock as a new member/shooter...
Unlike last year, "I stunk the place up" on Sunday AM. I'm hoping Topton goes better. Congratulations to Jason. You smoked them this year. John
You could have gone back to Registration and signed up for another one or two Divisions (depending on what gun(s) you had available). I've done that many times.
Glad to hear that you had a fine experience. Next closest match to you is Topton, PA in August.
Danny - who is Sheila Brey? She's marked as a Master and I thought all the female Masters were identified and I don't recall her name. Can't find her in any of your stickies either.
I've been wondering about that comment all morning and came to the conclusion that you had to have been there to understand. Sometimes the English language can be confusing. :embarassed:
Thanks. I brought my G26, so I could have signed up for Amateur Civilian and Amateur Competition, that is, if I could have afforded it at the time. Seems like I'm still learning from this first match.
Sometimes I feel like a code-breaker - and not a very good one. I'm thinking it could mean that 2 different Division's scores were switched on plates. But since the labels are on the GSSF copies of the scoresheet, that doesn't make sense.
Gonna check with my Navajo friends or get out my Enigma Machine...
You should have just borrowed some cash from misunderestimated. He's loaded...
Sheila must be a Master in USPSA. An honest lady.
That must of been her and it makes allot of sense as she was so relaxed and confident standing at the table shooting.
You know I don't drink, but with the mistakes I made,it would almost seam like I was loaded. That at least would have been a good explanation of what happened.
LOL I shot two divisions, they crossed my g17 and g30 scores for glock the plates. so my guardian score should be higher and subcompact lower... neither put me in any chance of winning so it's no big deal.