Waldorf

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  1. lethal tupperwa

    lethal tupperwa

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    The weather was GREAT today.

    Sunny, warm, breezy.

    NO LINES, NO WAITS

    They said, they had 100 people through by 11:AM

    When Mrs L started shooting GSSF her plate score was 240 something.

    Today 2 of her racks were in the 7 second time zone:thumbsup:

    We had a good time at Waldorf.
     
  2. FESTUS

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    Way to go Kaye>>>>:thumbsup:
     

  3. RepairmanJak

    RepairmanJak Bullet Herder

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    Sounds like the weather was almost as perfect as the shooting! I'm in for Sunday morning to see how I fare. Hopefully better than my last outing. The weather looks like it'll hold and it should be a good time.

    Congrats!

    Jak
     
  4. myglockisa23

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    Took a year off from GSSF but decided at the last minute to shoot Waldorf....Arrived at 10:30 and finished shooting by 12:00.... Weather was great and hardly any lines ... changed the sights from Heine Race Cuts to Sevigney Competition and beat my best score (125) and broke the 100 barrier for the first time with 92...
     
  5. Clem

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    Congrats on your personal best & breaking the 100 barrier, Dwaine!! Keep it up!! Glad to hear you're back in the GSSF game!! Tony.
     
  6. SocomCen

    SocomCen Millennium Member

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    Great match (we shot today aka Sunday). Started shooting at 9:30am and was done just before noon.



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    My (Robert J) scores:
    Master Stock 56.18 (counts for the VA Arms Co Master Team)
    Master Subcompact 68.57
    Unlimited 61.01
    Competition 59.27




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    Luis G scores are:
    Amateur Civilian 63.14 (for VA Arms Co Amateur Civilian Team)
    Master Stock 56.09 (for VA Arms Co Master Stock Team)
    Master Subcompact 67.47
    Competition 59.07


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    Dan L scores are:
    Amateur Civilian 64.89 (for VA Arms Co Amateur Civilian Team)
    Master Stock 62.24 (for VA Arms Co Master Team)
    Unlimited 65.27

    So the two VA Arms Teams scores are:

    VA Arms Co Master Stock Team score is 174.51
    VA Arms Co Amateur Civilian Team score is 211.10
     
  7. mcginnes

    mcginnes Safety Officer Millennium Member

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    I've decided the secret to GSSF is not to practice. I've barley even touched my Glock since Christmas, and I just shot my best and second best scores ever.

    As others have said, it was a beautiful day, and the lines were very short. I saw Noah, Glenn (two ens) and Gene (both the same). I also got to meet my two new GTL teammates, who were both great guys. All in all, a really nice day.
     
  8. myglockisa23

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    Thanks Tony...if mcginnes is right, I will not practice until the next match and maybe I'll break into the 80's... had it not been for those two D's I would have made it there today.......
     
  9. packrat213

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    Hey all...I shot Saturday and had a great time. This was my first GSSF match and I was very impressed with the setup, the RO's were great, John, Mark, and Scott from Glock were really cool. Anyway, I shot in the competition division and if I figured it up correctly, I wound up with 74.47, is this a decent score? Great meeting everyone,and hope to see you all again at another GSSF event!
     
  10. Fireglock

    Fireglock Which is worse?

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    What layouts did they use at Waldorf?
     
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    There were three different ranges set up with three firing positions for each stage. They could have accomodated a lot more shooters and there was no down time at all. You could go through each stage very quickly.
     
  12. myglockisa23

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  13. Joe Mamma

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    I also shot on the Virginia Arms Company Team (Amateur Civilian). My individual score was 83.07.

    My Master Stock time was 88.96 and Competition was 87.78. Hey, I'm not great but, I'm consistent!

    It was a great match. I shot late Saturday and I got through very quickly.

    Joe Mamma
     
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    Fireglock Which is worse?

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  15. Crowsfoot

    Crowsfoot Take the time..

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    This post had a one day time frame.
    Thank you for your thoughts.

    Crowsfoot
     
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    My thoughts and prayer go with him and his family during these hard times. The shooting familys will aways pull for them.

    Pharaoh
     
  17. Mrs. L.

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    oh-oh-they broke the spell! What a great match and the RO's were a great bunch! Many thanks for a great time! We enjoyed the company and the trip.
    I had two strings on the Plates in the 7 second range! Me!
    Thanks for your support Dennis and David and Paula and Brian and of course, Lethal!!:hearts:

    Kaye:wavey:
     
  18. Terminator

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    What a Great day and match. My thanks to the RO'S who made it a super trip for us. I wanted to throw out a HUGE congrats to Friends at Team Dynamic Balancing for shattering the Am Civ team Record!!!

    HOOYAH GUYS!

    We were able to capture some pics of this years suspects and i wanted to share them with you all.

    First of all if you're ever at a GSSF event and you're hungry check this guy out.

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    BIG DADDY DON'S HOTDOG STAND

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    Members of the Lone Gunmen made it from Jersey!
    BoB, Victor C, Chris, and Glenn with (2 NN'S)
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    Team Dynamic Balancing "wondering where the heck is Chuck?"

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    Yours truly chillin with Mr Berger of Team Dynamic Balancing.

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    Terminator and Dr Rod (Yes its really him) Hes back!!!!!!

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    I had a great time this year. I beat my best score TWICE!!!!!, and even though my sights almost fell off my sub gun i still managed a personal best 77.xx in am sub. If all goes well ill see you all in Jackson. Maybe?
     
  19. Buoyboy

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    You're welcome.

    My first match as a competitor and an RO. We processed a good bunch of shooters who were polite and helpful - especially those NJ folk.

    I was the 6'4" 270lb guy on the center 5 to Glock

    Mixed all my scoresheets up so I have no idea how I did scorewise. I shot my 34 and my 22. Don't shoot that 22 enough and the difference in scores will show it.

    I'm going to have to go to my next match as a competitor only with some friends so I can sit in the folding chairs in the shade, shoot the bull and support my pals!:banana:

    Thanks for coming,

    Buoyboy
     
  20. shootinglocks

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    my thanks to all the ro's at waldorf. the match went very smooth great people and very organized.i hope to be back next year.i would also like to send a very special thank you to Don and Brian for all the help with travel arrangements ect.it is always a pleasure to shoot with you guys. congrats to all the winners:thumbsup: see you guys at the range

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