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Old 04-23-2017, 01:47 PM   #31
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Grandpa's make great sponsors! That why he brought you along.
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Old 04-24-2017, 09:57 AM   #32
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Black & White for that 'nostalgic' effect. I remember this station especially because Cam broke both the incoming crosser and the outgoing crosser as a report pair.

It was fun shooting with Cam on his first time shooting every target on a 100 bird course. He broke about 20 - 25%

Skeet will be next.

(As a safety note: - Cam had ear protection but I admit guilt in that I never even thought of eye protection. It was an oversight because both Kathy and I wear glasses and simply don't give it a second thought.)



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Old 04-24-2017, 10:02 AM   #33
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Same station, different report pair.


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Dave, as of the Monday before the Addieville Fun Shoot I had very reason to believe that I would be there. Moreover, I would have been accompanied by a skeet-shooting buddy who is slowly developing a curiosity about vintage guns. And, he a facility for them in spite of his oft-expressed yearnings for a Kolar or Krieghoff. He has asked to try out my father's Parkers when we were shooting sporting clays or skeet and done really well with them.

But, at noon-time Monday I got a call from my employer about a scheduling change, and by Saturday I was on my way to Miami to go to sea for three weeks. That .phone call wiped out a number of events for me -- the Northeast Cutlery Collectors Association annual knife show "extravaganza", in Mystic, Connecticut; the Salt Water Lure Collectors Show on Cape Cod; the annual American Bluefin Tuna Association meeting in Massachusetts and any chance of making it to the PGCA Hall of Fame Banquet.

Thank you for organizing the event. It sounds like it was another rewarding get-together to break targets in Addieville, including such features as the "show and tell" and the ineffable Parker-Fox dialectic.

At least I do get a considerable measure of vicarious enjoyment out of the Addieville Fun Shoot if merely reading the accounts posted on the PGCA Forum and the report-to-follow in PARKER PAGES.
Thanks again.
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