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Unread 06-07-2016, 10:44 AM   #21
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I agree. The sign up area was much better organized. Cart placement and the id tags on the carts was a great idea combine that with the new machines and shooting station boxes brought this shoot to a new level. What a great weekend!
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Unread 06-07-2016, 11:27 AM   #22
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I agree. The sign up area was much better organized. Cart placement and the id tags on the carts was a great idea combine that with the new machines and shooting station boxes brought this shoot to a new level. What a great weekend!
The shoot was great, what a difference one year makes. The targets were all hit able (not sure how to spell that word....! ) but I sure as hell couldn't hit some of them....

An aside note, I'm sorry Dave I didn't bring the P grade 20ga, 1 1/2 frame gun down to the display, but I shot it all weekend. Because all of the guys said I shot it better then any other gun I owned...
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No problem Eric I understand completely
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A couple of us shot Rock Mtn Thursday am and again on Sunday just barely beating out the rain. It's a great course and IMHO ranks right up there with Drakes Landing.
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All the more reason you early season grouse hunters should give the "hatchlings" a break and get your arrrrrrr**es to THE ROCK in September!!
Plans already underway for a collector's group cocktail/hors d'oeuvre gala immediately following Team Fox's marrow sucking victory at FPC V on Saturday!
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If I draw deer and antelope tags for Wyoming I'll be leaving the end of Sept. If I don't draw the tags I'll be heading to The Rock in Sept. Either way I'm going somewhere in September

By mid October however I'll be in the Upper Peninsula chasing Grouse & Woodcock through the first week in November. A new Grouse gun followed me home from Hausmanns Deer season (rifle) starts November 15-30 there are two new ones to be bloodied. Then the fall is over already, where did it go????
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so Rich, what is this new grouse gun, you left us hanging
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Yes, inquiring minds want to see pictures
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It's not American made......
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I almost escaped Hausmanns without adding anything to the menagerie of sporting arms what with the over indulgence from the Southern. A casual stroll among the tables of fine guns revealed this little gem, a Francotte 20E 20ga 26 inch barrels choked IC/M and she weighs a scant 5 1/2 lbs.
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Very nice find! None of us believe you could escape the Southern without buying something
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