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Arrrgggh! Skeeties

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Ahab, Apr 10, 2011.

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  1. Ahab

    Ahab Well-Known Member

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    Decided to shoot some Skeet at the club today.

    This is what I found ... so decided to reload a box of them.
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    PINK ????

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  2. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    I bought a flat, Federal makes a cancer donation off the sales.

    Saving the hulls to wow my buddies, LOL.

    HM
     
  3. straightshooter1

    straightshooter1 Well-Known Member TS Supporters

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    Yeah, my friend bought a flat for my wife. She was thrilled and thought she shot better with them than with regular Top Guns.

    Soooo, I bought her another three flats to keep her happy.

    Bob
     
  4. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    It's for a good cause.
     
  5. charlie01

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    There were guys shooting trap with them today at the Indy gun club!
     
  6. lbshootin

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    Haven't seen them in San Diego yet....lost a sister in law to breast cancer..would like to support the cause....LarryB
     
  7. Hawk46

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    Hey, there are a couple pro golfers wearing pink pants, hats and even shoes on the tour now. One even wore pink and green yesterday, yuk! And it has nothing to do with cancer. They just "like" to.

    What's going on out there???
     
  8. Bridger

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    My wife had breast cancer and there's nothing to poke fun about. I'll support Federal and anyone else that helps fight this disease. Instead of trying to find an inane way to make fun of skeet shooters maybe you should help out as well.
     
  9. pyrdek

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    Having recently lost an Aunt to breast cancer, I would support "Pinkies".

    My only question is that just three days ago I lost a good friend to prostate cancer. Yet I have never seen any such organized drive for prostrate cancer. Where is the support for "Blue for Prostate Cancer" campaigns?
     
  10. AEST BOSS

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    I'm guessing your friend was a "white male". No one cries for us.

    I like it that way!
     
  11. timb99

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    Good question pyrdek.

    I don't begrudge the pink movement and the Susan G. Komen society. they do a great job of educating people about that disease.

    But prostate cancer affects as many men as breast cancer affects women.

    Yet its not a media darling, like breast cancer is.

    I'd like to see that changed, and see prostate cancer get the media attention breast cancer gets.
     
  12. grntitan

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    My oldest son and i each shot a 100 of them at a shoot Sunday. Actually very good shooting shells. Too bad i wasn't very good shooting. It is for a very note worthy cause. I think everybody at least knows someone that has had this dreaded diagnosis.

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  13. grntitan

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    Remember, Breast Cancer has been found in alot of men also. I do agree that Prostate and Colon cancers need the spolight too.
     
  14. timb99

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    Anybody know where I can buy some of these online and have them sent to my daughter?
     
  15. Bridger

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    My wife had breast cancer and there's nothing to poke fun about. I'll support Federal and anyone else that helps fight this disease. Instead of trying to find an inane way to make fun of skeet shooters maybe you should help out as well.
     
  16. pyrdek

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    Having recently lost an Aunt to breast cancer, I would support "Pinkies".

    My only question is that just three days ago I lost a good friend to prostate cancer. Yet I have never seen any such organized drive for prostrate cancer. Where is the support for "Blue for Prostate Cancer" campaigns?
     
  17. AEST BOSS

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    I'm guessing your friend was a "white male". No one cries for us.

    I like it that way!
     
  18. timb99

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    Good question pyrdek.

    I don't begrudge the pink movement and the Susan G. Komen society. they do a great job of educating people about that disease.

    But prostate cancer affects as many men as breast cancer affects women.

    Yet its not a media darling, like breast cancer is.

    I'd like to see that changed, and see prostate cancer get the media attention breast cancer gets.
     
  19. grntitan

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    My oldest son and i each shot a 100 of them at a shoot Sunday. Actually very good shooting shells. Too bad i wasn't very good shooting. It is for a very note worthy cause. I think everybody at least knows someone that has had this dreaded diagnosis.

    [​IMG]
     
  20. grntitan

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    Remember, Breast Cancer has been found in alot of men also. I do agree that Prostate and Colon cancers need the spolight too.
     
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