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Old 01-06-2013, 01:11 AM   #21
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ready your pic tells us what part of you to talk to. if you want to be taken seriously re think your presention
I said meaningful, and intresting, not serious - i get enough of that at work.
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I think her presentation looks great. Ready I agree with what your T short says.

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and yes i am an old fart
You're not an old fart. There's nothing like a being a lady. It makes me smile thinking about how my Grandma used to dress all the time. Women just don't do that anymore. I love looking at old pictures and seeing how classy people used to look. That's one of the reasons I'd love uniforms at school. I think when the kids are dressed professionally, they work harder.

They have Trap at a Club we're members at and we are definitely going to get out there and check it out. However shooting skeet at my cousin's farm, I need work!
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that 425 still for sale? good price if i were closer i would be interested just need to see the stock damage in person
It is still for sale. I could probably take some more and higher quality pictures of it.

It's really just the one cluster on the diamond shape right behind the receiver and a couple really shallow ones scattered around the left side of the butt
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save your pennies zombie and aim that car towards mo. some day! you cant beat free instruction. love to have ya and the family.
and we all dress like gentlemen here too.

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Howdy Bob .I've been around the skeet world for a while and i have read about your Shooting if memory is right didnt you live down VA Beach area years ago ? Anyway Ive banged a few 98's in skeet and highest trap was 75 straight .I held a good strong B average in NSSA . I started shooting skeet years ago and had a accident which left me in a w/c this game gave me goals to achieve and that was to shoot as well is i did before my accident .
I shot skeet for about 17 years before stopping and i have switched over to extreme long range rifle shooting.

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did we ever shoot together?

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Bobski , not that i knew of but i'm sure we know some of the same folks I'm from the Richmond area . At one time I belonged to Fort Lee then a couple of Private clubs on the outskirts of Richmond . I enjoyed skeet for many years great game .

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Howdy Bob .I've been around the skeet world for a while and i have read about your Shooting if memory is right didnt you live down VA Beach area years ago ? Anyway Ive banged a few 98's in skeet and highest trap was 75 straight .I held a good strong B average in NSSA . I started shooting skeet years ago and had a accident which left me in a w/c this game gave me goals to achieve and that was to shoot as well is i did before my accident .
I shot skeet for about 17 years before stopping and i have switched over to extreme long range rifle shooting.

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In 1984 I bought a brand new pontiac fiero ( yes I was very young and not always as very bright). Before the deal was made I measured the trunk to make sure my trap gun case would fit. I was shooting 2-3 times a week then.

I shot in a league at a local club back then with a guy in a wheel chair. He was always good for at least 20 and often 23-24. He could walk because I would see him get out of his car and walk to the trunk to get his chair out and unload his gear.

I got nosey and asked him one night about this, turns out he made it out of 2 tours in Viet Nam in one piece only to lose his leg in a car accident 6 months later. He was a teacher at a special needs school and after being on his artificial leg all day he was just in too much pain to walk around all night too. He said his choice was to sit home and be in pain or come to the range and be in pain and have some fun.

I learned a little about shooting and a whole lot about living from that guy. There were times when he was obviously an a lot of pain from a long day at school but I never once saw him without a smile and a helpful suggestion or just a little encouragement for us new guys.

This is was 25+ years ago so now it is up to the guys my age to be the example for the next generation. I try to remember that what I do far outweighs what I say to the youngsters watching. I wish I was 1/3 the example he was.
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F4U well said we can all learn from one another . Thanks for your write. Sometimes its not the size but the fight in the dog that counts.

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