the ftf shoot and hoot scheduling vote thread

Discussion in 'Missouri Gun Forum' started by bobski, Nov 7, 2014.

  1. keep it saturday and sunday

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  2. move it to friday and saturday

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  1. bobski

    bobski Active Member

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    ok, here it is. time to vote. except for 2 people, sunday never gets filled, yet friday, when people come to check in, they end up shooting.

    so, do we make the ftf meet a friday saturday meet or do we keep it sat/sun?

    pros to fri/sat.....

    people can get off work easier on a friday than asking for monday off.

    friday gives us the option to go to the trout farm or club 60 twice instead of just sat night.

    gives people all day sunday to travel home.

    the range is open all day friday, unlike sunday where it opens at noon.

    shooters on fri can still be in the running for the sat shoot off.

    its a better chance to shoot up your 10 games in one meeting.

    you can shoot under lights friday night.

    if it rains sat, you still got sunday as a backup.

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    pros for leaving it sat/sun

    gives the management a chance to rest and recover before doing it again.

    if anything breaks, it gives management a chance to repair it.

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    now vote up top on the poll!
     
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  2. bobski

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    with such overwhelming inputs, i guess i'll have to just be the type a top down manager here and make the decision for everyone.
    starting oct 15, ftf shoot and hoots will be friday and saturday.
    apr 15 will be the last sat/sun meet.
     

  3. bobski

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    just a footnote..if its going to be fri-sat....i cant put up the road signs on 14 or 95. since its a weekday, the state mowers will confiscate them for blocking their bat wing mowers. its a game of cat and mouse with them. all was well when it was sat-sun because they didnt mow on weekends, but friday they do. so...i dont think it matters. most of you guys use those new fangled gps cell phones, right? does anyone or did anyone ever need my signs? i can chance the sign on w and ah. and of course the one in my driveway. give me some feedback.......
     
  4. winds-of-change

    winds-of-change The Balota's Staff Member

    I know Balota and I looked for the signs.
     
  5. bobski

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    good. im going to hope by now you know the turn.... being you 2 are the most loyal attendees! the sign will be on w and ah, 1 mile from my home for sure.
     
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  6. winds-of-change

    winds-of-change The Balota's Staff Member

    Balota drives and he's much better at remembering the route than I am.

    I get lost easily. That is why I have a "new fangled GPS". It's a safety issue. I get nervous when I get lost when I'm driving alone in unfamiliar territory.
     
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  7. bobski

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    youre not afraid of monsters too, are you? :>
     
  8. Eagle1803

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    Being lost and feeling unsecured while driving is not a good thing, always look for zombies:D
     
  9. bobski

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    so....when you going to shoot with us?
     
  10. winds-of-change

    winds-of-change The Balota's Staff Member

    Smart alecks! I don't see what is so funny about my feeling uncomfortable when driving alone and I don't know where I am. :mad:
     
  11. bobski

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    youve been here 3 times. i aint raggin ya. you know me better than that. :>
    but you guys always come together.
    as far as being a girl alone in a strange place...sure i can see you being nervous anywhere but here. s.c. mo has some of the best people on earth. odds are if you got lost and knocked on a door, someone would give you cookies and cornbread and point you in the right direction here.
     
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