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GLIPSC March 19th Scores

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by domzilla9, Mar 29, 2007.

  1. domzilla9

    domzilla9 Phone Flinger

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    Texas Star + 3 D1 Tombstones

    Greg Hodges G34 9mm 16.45
    Lee Leonard Race Gun 18.19
    Otis Fox Beretta 92 24.39
    Dean Francisco G35 .40 28.15
    Jim Caskey 1911 .45 30.08
    Jack Hood G19 9mm 36.61
    Ed Miles G23 .40 49.96
    Erick Burke G23 .40 53.75
    Claude Wright XD 45 55.29
    Leigh Ann Jeter G17 67.09
     
  2. 45gunner

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    TreeHuggin.

    I told you that you were in for a suprise.
     

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    Yea, chickenman. Watch me the next time. I'm lovin me some Texas Star now. You see this was my very first time shooting it that got scored and I got tickled while shooting. After that shoot, I had a chance to get the hang of it since there were so few shooters tonight and by the time I left I was shooting a raw time of 19.93 with only one mag. See ya, next time, Mr. Foghorn aka big chicken.
    :animlol:
     
  4. cwshootersupply

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    That star was a blast Fun match :banana:
    Thanks guys
    CEW
     
  5. domzilla9

    domzilla9 Phone Flinger

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    Err....I meant to post "3-29 scores".

    sorry
     
  6. TreehugginGlock

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    That's okay, dear. We all know you're calendar challenged.
     
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    Crazy4nitro Happy Accidents

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    I agree with THG,
    That star is cool,very fun.
     
  8. 45gunner

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    Yea some are calendar challanged and some target challanged.
     
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    Hey John, where were you ?? It was a really fun shoot. Should have been there.
     
  10. 45gunner

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    I was at my daughter's High School ring ceromony.

    Congrads on comming in first :)
     
  11. 45gunner

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    I talked to GunDoc. He gave me some excuse about his sight being off. Guess you just dusted him good.
     
  12. 45gunner

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    So did you run out of bullets the first time?
     
  13. TreehugginGlock

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    No, smarty pants. As a matter of fact, I did it in 27 bullets. It just was some slow shootin in between the laughing. (mine) :rofl: Of course, my second and third times around with my gun, I did it with one mag, both times. So there. :bluesbrothers:
     
  14. 45gunner

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    Good going!

    I believe the first time I shot it I ran out. At the time I was shooting with 10 rounds mags with my Kimber .45 cal.

    I'm pretty good shooting it now but occasionally I will bomb it and take a long time to shoot.

    Most people fear the Texas Star.

    Are we going to be able to shoot it for awhile or did HH take it back?
     
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    He took it back that night. Darn it. I thought it was really fun. I need to practice movers before AL. I hear movers are especially liked down there at their match.

    I had heard about some of our better shooters having a problem with the star, so I had about 70 rounds between my belt and in my gun, so I was prepared. I will have to admit I shocked myself that even when I did the 60+ second shoot, I was able to take them out with only 27 bullets.

    You planning on being at the Tuesday and Thursday shoots this week? I'm hoping to make both, for a change, if everything works out for me.
     
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    me too and maybe a new shooter as well. He's probley better than me like ED is.:shocked: