Yep; this ought to be an interesting exercise for the good folks at GSSF who seem to always lean on the side of 'award max stuff'. Shuffle up & Deal!Hmmm....10 Masters in each of "Competition" and "Subcompact". Also more than 10 Amateurs in "MajorSub". The prize table is looking pretty good.
Probably about the week of Labor Day.How long usually before they post the awards? Fingers still crossed for the raffle and giveaways.
Howdy! :wavey:Yup, I love to shoot that G39. I'll always be there to boost the other shooter's chances.
BTW, congrats on a pretty nice round up there!
If I can get next year's bullets/components squirrelled away I'm gonna pick up some to make some G39 loads with myself and might test the waters with ya.
Congrats yourself for some fine shooting!
I think you will love Major Sub once you start. It's great for sight discipline when you get to the plates, because there is not room to be sloppy with only one extra round. I like that challenge.
No, I don't ride a motorcycle. I come with my husband and whatever crew of shooters we bring to each match(this time a new shooter, a niece). We come in a VW Jetta if there aren't too many of us. It gets over fifty miles to the gallon. But it isn't the most impressive rig, I suppose. Four of us drove all the way to Kentucky in the little car. When we finished up shooting at Lexington I remember that some guy with a nice big truck exclaimed, "You guys drove all the way from Iowa in that little car!!!!"Thanks Norske...Patient I can be.
And congrats Lady27...by the way do you ride a VTX motorcycle?