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Unread 02-21-2019, 11:48 AM   #31
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Can someone give me a rundown of the events? Looks like shooting is Thur, Fri, Sat?
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Unread 02-21-2019, 12:09 PM   #32
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This is from Hausmann's Hidden Hollow website...

"Our course consists of 16-30 Sporting Clay Stations, Crazy Quail, a Tower Field, a Covered Five Stand, and Skeet Field offering both the experienced and novice shooter an opportunity to improve his or her shooting ability. Sporting Clay Stations and Targets are changed regularly to provide interesting shots.
Although, we are a sporting clay course, we are geared toward Hunter Clays, which gives the shooter the opportunity to enjoy shots that are realistic to field conditions.

For your convenience we have set-up a vertical/horizontal wobble trap for use before or after the main shooting venues. This shooting station is a great warm-up or fun to shoot all by itself!
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But I don't understand why Ernie hasn't posted a full explanation of the 17th Annual Northeast Side-By-Side Classic event on his website.... probably still ironing out some of the details.





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Brian, hope you can make Hausmann's. I really enjoy that shoot more than the Southern. My wife tells me we have a wedding to go to that weekend--I told her to tell the bride and groom I said Hi! I'll be camping out at Ernies.
Btw Dean, I will be getting in Wed afternoon if you need someone to set up the Parker tables.
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Harold, I don't know what the plan is for the PGCA tables. I certainly can't guarantee when Kathy and I will get there, or even what day as we'll be hitting Ernie's at the tail end of an excursion through the historic battlefields in Virginia and PA. I have the banner and three tablecloths that I can ship to anybody who wants to take the responsibility of setting up and taking down the tables. The tablecloths should really be cleaned and I'll check with the BOD before having them dry-cleaned.

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It is a little bit of Woodstock for Parker, AH Fox et al. You'll find lots of great folks present. I am not a competitive shooter so can't speak to the specific competitions. I like the sub course a lot because I envision a grouse type shot on most of the stations. The course can't help but be scenic, it is in the Endless mountains, and our host Ernie is a grouse hunter. There is a Bo Whoop, and a Pigeon ring I got to watch some of my buds shoot last year. Also a number of interesting vendors of guns and art along with some smiths that offer many temptations.
For me it's the rendezvous with friends where I enjoy hanging out in Paul's field of the evenings shooting something other than shotguns.
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Thatís a perfect synopsis Brett!

For me itís a great social event where we can all indulge in any of the shotgun centered activities we want to.





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Can someone give me a rundown of the events? Looks like shooting is Thur, Fri, Sat?
Brian, I'm trying to talk our buddy up north into coming down. Perhaps you speak Newfy.
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Je%@S.....don't call that guy Newfy to his face ! they dont like as much as the mainlanders think !
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Thatís a perfect synopsis Brett!

For me itís a great social event where we can all indulge in any of the shotgun centered activities we want to.
I agree wholeheartedly. It's my favorite shoot. Always good fun and great people! Looking forward to it already!

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