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$$$ Cost per round to shoot at Tucson Trap

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  1. shotslinger

    shotslinger Member

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    Can anyone tell me what the member cost is for a round of trap at Tucson Trap and Skeet Club?
    Thanks,
    SS
     
  2. AJKohler

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    $5 per round for trap or (gasp!) skeet.

    Tony
     
  3. DJSims

    DJSims Member

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    Shotslinger - Dave - Do you want to borrow my MX Soft-Touch (spare) stock to get a lower comb?

    I would like to hear about your progress getting your comb to fit you.

    I enjoyed South End and the nice Pa weather a couple of weeks ago - nice to meet and visit - come to Tucson

    Doug
     
  4. shotslinger

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    Hey Doug,
    It was great to shoot with you at the "Southy" a couple weeks ago - even when I don't shoot well, I still enjoy the heck out of shooting and being at the event if that makes any sense??!!!!! I just shaved quite a bit of wood off of my comb height as well as the left side of the stock to move the POI a little more to the right. I was looking forward to shooting it this weekend but it now looks like we are going to have a bunch of thunderstorms coming through on Sat and Sun so maybe next week I will see what the results are of the changes? Thank you for the offer of a loan of your MX stock - I will keep you posted as I move forward and I may need to try your stock to see if I can get the gun to hit where I am looking... I really appreciate your offer.
    As far as Tucson, I am thinking very postively about it - I had the Tucson area as part of my district when I was working and I always looked forward to going over there - I always managed to have my shotgun in the trunk while I was there "working"!!! I believe that the Tucson Trap and Skeet club is one of the finest clubs in the country - I have been shooting the Autumn and Spring Grands there for a couple years. Tucson speaks for itlself - big enough to have plenty to do yet small enough to get my arms around...
    It was great to hear from you and I will keep you posted as I try to get this stock fit properly...
    Dave
     
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