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Unread 05-07-2011, 06:40 PM   #21
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Sounds great.

Glad to see that the date is before the Ruger Championship this year. We shot the championship course last year, which was long and very tough. If possible I would much like to see a course this year that was more akin to what we see in the field. Which is what you expect from Addieville.

Not that one of the toughest courses I saw that year slowed down our own Mr. Frey much. His score would have been respectable against the race guns in the Ruger.

Hope to come up for air sometime soon. Sorry to have been a stranger the past few months.
I shot in the Vintagers Maine Championship today, started strong, finished strong but got weak in the middle and finished 5th.

One of the Vintagers reported he shot at Addieville yesterday 5/6 and the targets ARE set for the Ruger Cup or perhaps they have been set for us? He's a good shooter who finished 2nd today. He said there were a few close targets at Addieville yesterday but most very long. He said on his first round he was using a 20ga choked skeet and IC and it was "a waste of ammunition". Might want to bring some choke with you.
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I talked to Jack a couple of weeks ago and he advised me he was going to set the course for SxS's for us.
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Double check on that, will ya Dave?
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Double check on that, will ya Dave?
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No problem guy's. I have to talk with him this week on a couple other things so I will double check. You guy's want all 15 yard shots ...right?.....
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No problem guy's. I have to talk with him this week on a couple other things so I will double check. You guy's want all 15 yard shots ...right?.....
20 to 25 yards if fine, just have them suspended by strings from a limb and have them hanging so the top is facing, and a gun vice on each station so we can hold it steady for the shot.
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Will do Pete....
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just thinking of you dave scott
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Unread 05-08-2011, 01:07 PM   #29
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Just checked the weather forcast. 30% chance of showers. Guess I just bring the rain where ever I show up I'll bring the rain gear just in case. Looking forward to meeting everyone.
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Chuck, We are looking forward to you and your better half making the trip to New England. But it won't be as warm as N.C. See ya next week...

Scott, I owe ya about 5 jab's...I think I will just save them up.....
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