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Glipsc 10-8-09

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by TreehugginGlock, Oct 8, 2009.

  1. TreehugginGlock

    TreehugginGlock

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    Well, I guess I need to post the results from tonight or else someone will be accusing me of trying to hide my lousy showing. Oh well, I had a learning experience tonight and hopefully once I burn through the ammo I already have loaded, I'll be cooking with gas again.

    Well, tonight we had an amazing turn out of folks. We had 4 targets with a no shoot and some hard cover areas. Shot 2 rounds into each target for three different positions with mag changes in between.

    Here's how things shaped up:

    4.870 Dean Francisco
    4.859 John Haas
    4.076 Jeff Cooke
    3.982 Greg Hodges (not too bad shooting my ammo)
    3.578 Jim Geiger
    3.405 Richard Wanke
    3.322 Steve Dunham
    3.328 Danny Massey
    2.658 Gary Lee
    2.384 Chris Nelson
    1.977 Tom Spivey
    1.928 Herman Stuckey
    1.9073 Otis Fox
    1.9070 Jonathan Brand
    1.902 Richards Marks
    1.623 Leigh Ann Jeter
    0.709 Mike Fuzette

    Hope everyone had fun. I love it when we shoot on the move, so I had a great time even though I stank up the place. Oh well, there's always next week. See you all there.:wavey:
     
  2. roadforeman

    roadforeman NRA Benefactor

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    From one pole cat to another, you didn't stink up the place. Your ammo may have..................................................:tongueout:
     

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    Yes Leigh Ann Learned that if you do not seat your primers all the way it may not go boom, Greg learned not to borrow ammo from Leigh Ann. Oh yes Wonks gun worked last night too.
     
  4. wenmass3

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    Hey ,
    3.328 is better than 3.322 :) I think you may have typed in the worng number :- )

    Best regards ,
    Danny
     
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    Hey,
    3.328 is a higher number than 3.322

    Well , you have to be petty when you don't shoot that good ! Besides , Steve always beats me anyway !

    Thanks ,
    Danny
     
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  6. TreehugginGlock

    TreehugginGlock

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    You're right, Danny. That's what I get for relying on what a man tells me without double checking it. :brickwall:

    You were actually number 7 and Steve was number 8.

    Good catch.
     
  7. Wonk

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    10,000 pardons Danny. Being the OCD type you would think I could do better than that but numbers never where my best subject. :embarassed:
     
  8. wenmass3

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    Thanks Leigh Ann and Wonk

    No problem - I should get moved to last for whining !