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Unread 03-02-2019, 07:42 AM   #11
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Welcome, Michael. Trust me, your retirement will be enriched by your affiliation with this group...and your Parker ownership. Enjoy!
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Welcome Michael. Do they still shoot sporting clays at Ommelanden? I shot there quite a bit in the 90's when George Long ran the operation.
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I also shot at Ommelanden when George Long was the manager. I would love to have that facility moved to within five miles of my home. What is going on at Ommelanden today?
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Welcome Michael, Good to see you are from the First State. I did abut 11 years at Dover Air Force Base.
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Welcome, and leveraging the wife's horse addiction, er, hobby can backfire, trust me I know! At least you don't have to scoop up after the Parkers
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Just to let you guys know, George Long has been gone from there for quite a while!! Sporting clays was shut down at least 10 years ago if not a lot more. They should have 2 trap fields, 2 skeet fields and 1 wobble trap set up and may still have a 5 stand set up. I haven't been down there for a visit in 3-4 years. Most of the emphasis has been moved to Owens Station in Sussex County.

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