Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by lumper, Jun 5, 2007.
ATTABOY Squib ... what was you score?
Because they have to feel superior...and they're idiots (IMO). You probably whooped them as well. "Atta boy."
Squibb, good shooting! Don't let them mess with your mind, you did good.
Are you saying that it is AH's like this that are driving away new shooters and not the high cost of lead and gas?
Forget about them. They are the minority. If that kind of person pervades your club "regulars", find another club.
Great job ... have you ever thought about trying skeet?
If you were on the 24 yard line you can only go back 9 feet or 108 inches so how far is that ??
Ask 'em how many of 'em won their first registered even at whatever yardage?
Congrats! You inspire me!
Nyttro It was a point ?
Nyttro ... as soon as you hit the first couple of birds from any distance in trap a decent shooter will be able to now judge and readjust timing, lead, target sight and all the rest they need to begin breaking the targets.
Trap shooting is 10% skill/shotgun/load & 90% mental. Congrats again Squibb ya did good.
Squibb; Based on known ability you should be back at the 27 or 30. I have seen you shoot games and have shot with you at Fulton. Anyway ATTA BOY!!!
ATTA BOY Squibb. Keep after em.........Roger
On any given day, you can find the secret! But you'll probably forget it by the next time you shoot if you run true to form. Great shooting! (on that day) I was told by a coach once that any day you can shoot a score above your average, is a good day, If you should happen to win in the process, it's a great day! Forget the A**holes that criticize, you notice they didn't beat your score that day!
Hey, great shooting! Don't let anyone mess with your head. Ignore the ignoramouses. Just have fun and shoot!
Just ignore them and enjoy your win. Every trophy that I have means a lot to me. John
Well since they are at the 27 and "much better" shooters....why DIDN'T they beat you??? Any true win, whether it is in Jr., D, C, B, Veteran, Disabled should be congratulated. My congratulations to you, sir. Jim
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