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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by Butch, Aug 1, 2005.
Minnesota preliminary scores are up!
Worked for me. Now I wish I hadn't gone in and saw where I ended up!!!!
Oh well, had a good time!
Bummer.....it works for me though, maybe it's time re-boot your computer?
Not gonna tell us huh? Come on...don't be shy!
Congratulations Team CARVER Mounts!!!!
;+ ;+ ;D ;D ;+ ;+
Butch, Dwight and Steve you did great. All of you finished 1, 2 and 3 in MasterStock. That was great.
Congratulations, Butch, on finishing 1'st in both UL and MasterStock.
We are proud of all of you. Bill Woolsey was the team coach for this match and Bill shot a "personal best". It looks like Bill did well coaching,too.
In addition, Steve Dixon's son, Ryan, won first place Am/Civ. WOW!!
Butch, Dwight, Steve, Bill and Ryan. Here's to you................
;Y ;Y ;Y ^5 ^5 ^5 ;Y ;Y ;Y
Great shooting Team. We are proud of your efforts.;? ;? ;? ;D ;D ;D
Nice shooting folks. Is that Wig's name I see near the top of AmCiv?
20th Am Civ.
9th Am. Sub Comp.
That's good shooting!
There's always room for improvement, but you done good!
Yes, it is......and did you notice how his score in Master Stock compares? ^2 ouch
Well you're still safe, for a while. Some of the rest of us may feel a little heat though.
Oops....I meant how his MS score would have done in the AC match....yeah, he noticed. Bummer.
It's nice to see a lot of GlockTalkers up near the top of so many divisions. ^c It looks like I've managed 5th in AC, so I reached my goal of a first ever top-10 in that category.
Congratulations to everyone who shot the match, and especially those of you who also shot personal bests this year. ;Y
Butch, out of curiousity, what was your Glock of choice for MasterStock?
Thanks Jeff! And congratulations to you on your high finish!
The first generation G17 that I bought new in May of 1986 is the one I use. Except that I recently installed an Ameriglo white dot front sight on it, it's a plain stock Glock complete with an eight pound connector.
Got my personal best too and moved up about 50(!) places.
edited: forgot they did away w/B & C class ;Q
Fully-qualifed URL for those whose cache doesn't clear well.
Yeah, it's gettin' pretty gamey - gotta love it. The new members had a good time and will be back for sure, had a great match with good friends, shot a personal best (in, as it turns out, the wrong division)...
...and get to publicly congratulate a mentor on "doing both." (Personal best and winning the match.)
Way to go Butch! And I see your son placed in AC as well, as did Loran in Guardian. ;+ What could be better? Just a good deal all around.
Now it's time to take my Coach's advice and get to the range tomorrow - low 70's won't get it done at Hallsville.
(Gimme a call there Butch, if RST-ville is gonna be available this weekend - hint, hint.)
Once again, if you enjoyed the match, especially if you travelled some distance to get there, please contact the Oakdale Gun Club and let them know how much you appreciate them running this match so that they'll elect to run it again next year. That's somewhat iffy last I heard based on GSSF's incentive changes this year, and we all know matches that were cancelled, so please let them know. ^c
I've never studied this before but does anyone know how many revisions (preliminary results) they do before the post final results?
I'm not 100% sure, but I think they just update them once before posting finals.