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Fulton, NY Debriefing 2004

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by DannyR, May 21, 2004.

  1. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Please post your stories here. I had to start this thread early because I will not have access to a computer tomorrow morning.
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    Shot on Sat., got a real break, the rain stopped at approx. 0930 hrs. and it was cloudy and 73, the sun came out around 1530 hrs., made for a real nice day. Everything ran really smooth in my view, All the ROs did a nice job and were very helpful and friendly. Dave and Julie, Ditto.See everyone in Fulton next year.;f ;f ;f
     

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    shot on sunday. twice, just as it was my turn to shoot, it starting raining (at least there wasnt time to put up the plastic)! finally got lucky on the third stage when it stopped raining when it was my turn.

    no pda scoring for this match. very few people shooting on sun, so it was pretty quick. rain stopped and sun even came out just as i went back around with the UL gun.

    seemed to be lots of kids helping out the ROs. thats good to see. thanks to all the ROs...and their helpers. weather wasnt so great, but that didnt seem to bother them...
     
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    I shot on Saturday morning the rain stopped just in time for the match to start. I brought my three year old son, and my father, so we had three generations at the match. All three of us had a great time. My dad (82) was very interested in the event and is even talking about buying a Glock!! and possibly shooting next year. I thought the match was well run and organized The RO’s were friendly and helpful.
     
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    Lindsey - THANK YOU for spending your weekend being the stack master and assistant RO'ing the GSSF Plates!!!

    You are a sweetheart and we all love you! Great job!

    Lindsey worked the GSSF match making sure people got through the plates quickly and orderly. This was her first GSSF match and I think there will be plenty more in her future.
     
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    Hey Ron - that umbrella is big enough for the whole RO crew!
     
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    Look who's at the Registration Table... WOW!!!

    The long line of GSSF "Hotties" continues!
     
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    Ms. Julie took a break from Registration Table during lunch to help us paint the Glock Plates.

    For those that may not know... Julie grew up in this area and we are so proud of her... awesome Army Team Captain and USPSA Lady Champion Shooter!

    Welcome back "home" Julie!!! ;F ;? ^c
     
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    Here's a bunch of unruely shooters from New Jersey... they gave the RO's at each stage a very hard time...

    I think one of them is a Police Chief or something like that - don't believe him when he says he can't shoot and don't really know what he's doing.
     
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    5TG stage on Saturday morning...
     
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    I asked Glenn if he brought his "Honey" with him to the match since he was staying two nights hotel.

    Guess who his "honey" was???;f
     
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    Dave Sevigny chatting with a well-known IDPA Master Shooter!
     
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    Lady shooter whacking-the-plates!
     
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    Hey Fran... did anyone tell you that you look very good in a yellow shirt??? ;f ;e ;f
     
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    Is this really the time to admire the quality of the grain of the shooter's table?

    Hummm... looks like a "delay of match" procedural should be assessed.
     
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    Our friend, Thomas Antos, came out to shoot with us again this year!

    Tom is a vision-impaired shooter that comes annually to shoot our GSSF match in Fulton. We all enjoy seeing Tom and there is always excitment when we see Tom on the range.

    Tom didn't know that he was being escorted by World Champion David Sevigny. Knowing that David is a humble person, I informed Thomas who was helping him shoot the match and this picture was taken right after that... a fraction of a second earlier, Tom had a smile from ear-to-ear! Needless to say, Tom was elated.

    Tom said, "Oh... David Sevigny... I have read about him!";f

    Like the GSSF Range Masters before him, Dave continued the legacy that Chris Edwards and Scott Gilbertson have enjoyed... helping a vision impaired shooter shoot the match (see the next couple of pics).
     
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    Thomas Antos praying to the GSSF Gods to allow him to find the A-ZONE!!!

    With the World Champion guiding his Glock-filled hands, what can possibly go wrong?

    Thomas - we all are very glad you made it out again this year... despite the cloudy day and the threatening of rain. You are a CHAMP in your own right. Hope to see you again next year! Perhaps we can get Ms. Goloski to help you next year and wow... then you will have some stuff for your memoires! Edwards, Gilbertson, Sevigny, Goloski... what more can you ask for??
     
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    Check out Thomas's smile as he hears the "clang" of the Plate that he just knocked down!

    Thomas got some private lessons from David Sevigny before they shot... hey, Tom... you and I have to talk... I want those secrets that David told you!!!
     
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    Check out the ejected brass case fired from Thomas's Glock captured in this picture... and how Thomas's Glock is already back on target for the next shot! Great control there Tom.
     
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    Thomas Antos in action!