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Any Scores From Minn. State Shoot

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by DUSTER 99, Jul 13, 2007.

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  1. DUSTER 99

    DUSTER 99 TS Member

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    Just wondering if anyone has heard of any score from the Minnesota State Shoot?
    Dusty
     
  2. Ertz

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    The honorable Ron Baker is speeding his way back to Coon Rapids so he can update us all. In the mean time here is what I know.

    Jr. (sub?) Josh Dejong won the President's handicap in a shootoff. He had 99 from the 24 I think. No details on the shootoff other than he won.

    Pat Gottberg(?) (the gunsmith) Won the State doubles championship in a shootoff. 99 was his score. I am sorry but I don't have the second shooters name, but he also may have been Jr. shooter. Good day for the kids. I believe Eric Munson tipped the old man by one for the AAA title. It was one of the more enjoyable shootoffs I have seen. With only 10 shells each they decided to just shoot one pair per station. Bob shot a second pair from one station and the fun started. I didn't know the rule was to count them. It was fun to watch dad and son banter after that.

    I seem to recall that Peter Falk III won the Class C doubles title. What a great day; a state championship and an induction into the Minnesota Trap Hall of Fame.
    I hope others will chime in here with more data.

    BTW, it has been really windy everyday but today. Today was moderately windy. Yesterday I saw some really good shooters take it in the shorts on the Handicap.

    Note to self. Don't post on TS.com after a few Budweisers.
     
  3. Hitapair

    Hitapair Active Member

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    Hey Ertz, read the last few words in your paragraph 4!
     
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