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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by DannyR, Jul 27, 2003.
Post your photos here.
Where are the photos?
they are coming - I know Frank was running around on Sunday with a cam - and we've got some shots from Chris Edward's "Birthday Party" on saturday night ;f
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Nashua Fish & Game Association... WHAT A FANTASTIC CLUB!
"Live Free Or Die," !!! General Stark sure summed it up!
Here is a view of the stages (GlockM and 5TG) from the parking lot.
Boomer shooting his Glock 20 at the 5TG stage (this stage was setup next to the side match)!
How do the targets look to you??
My friend Steve shot a fantastic 123.xx at his first GSSF Match!!!
Steve, I think you have found your sport!
Do we have another GSSF-aholic???
My friends Glenn and Steve stopped by the range before their journey home. It sure was GREAT to see them both again!
Glenn, you're looking WELL and it was SUPER-COOL to see that you are back in fightin' shape again!
I am amazed at your performance at the match inspite of your recent issues and lack of practice!
Take care and see you both at TOPTON, right?
My kharma sez "Glock 20 coming your way!"
Boy oh boy what a pair. Glenn, glad to see you out and about----about as onery as ever, I see.;f ;f ;f
Steve looks pretty happy in that photo too!
JimmyG shooting the GlockM at Nashua!
It's just like fly fishing, isn't it Jimmy?
You have to stalk your target(s)!!!;c
Maybe they were plotting where to put "Christina" ;P ;f ;c
Here's "Mr. De-Prendible"!!!
That Glock made lots of BIG HOLES in the A/B zone!
Hey Jim - it sure was great seeing you again at the match! Someday, I hope to live in Nashua and be part of your TAG! It sounds like something that I would align with.
New GSSF Shooters getting tips for the Master Shooter... check out the attentiveness of the audience members!
Does this guy command your attention or what?
This is what GSSF shoots are all about folks... getting new shooters into the sport and introducing young shooters to our sport so it will have a future.
Young GSSF shooter Jaime Shaw comes back for another training session from the Ol' Master!
I have seen this guy help a vision-impaired shooter shoot plates six-for-six as well.
GSSF Director Chris Edwards gives alot of help to new shooters that many people do not see except caught on camera.
Way to go Chris! Will Jamie be the next Sevigny?
I'm sure Glocker's know that GSSF is one great venue for fathers to bond with their sons... our Sidearmor Father/Son teammates, Marc and Russ Tarabour, are just one example.
Here is Bob Sadowski and his son Joshua at the match getting their minds prepared to shoot lots of A's. I met Bob at this match last year and at first, I thought his buddy Pete S. shrunk in size and got ALOT younger (remember the movie "Big"?)... but at las I was relieved to find out that the fine young man is Bob's son!
Bob, It was great to see you again and to meet your son!
How do you keep the Glock 20 10mm from flying out of your hands?
You give it "The Glock 20 Death Grip" ... see PIC below.
Hey... do you remember these guys from my pics of Nashua GSSF match last year?
Great guys.. they were part of the FOOD CREW last year.
Alan Howe's gang! This has turned into a fabulous FAMILY OUTING for this crew and I hope all four of those youngsters end up in the GSSF HALL OF FAME!
Way to get your kids out there Alan!
Hey Alan... by next year, that young man will be reloading your cases for you and you won't have to load his mags either!
Save this picture so you can remind him when he wins his first title who got him started!