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First $100,000 Qualifier

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 4evertrap, Aug 5, 2010.

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  1. 4evertrap

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    Marvin W. Beumer - #9202520 Won the John Deere handicap and is now qualified for the $100,000. An All American from Missouri with a 91.81 average off the 27 yard line.

    2nd Qualifier - Nathan Wayne Hofer - #0314770 another All American with a 90.46 average off the 27 yard line.

    3rd Qualifier - Richard A. Kaysa - #8506358 another All American with a 88.91 Average from the 26 yard line.
     
  2. Harv Shell

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    Two respectable 27 yard shooters, A Mid Dog and a Kid Dog if you will. I don't mean mid yardage by that, middle of the pack back fence shooter. To me, the Big Dogs average over 95%. The suspense grows. Congrats to both.
     
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    Looks like another Mid Dog is in, Rich Kaysa with a 99 from 27 yards. Way to go Rich. The Big Dogs have 6 more shots at the $100,000 bone, plus 1 luck of the draw.
     
  4. Rvator97

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    Last year there were only 25 shooters who averaged 95% or better at the 27 yd line... will be interesting to see if any of them end up in the Special Event... none so far.
     
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    Awesome. I'm cheering for Hofer so far. Can you imagine the story he'd have going back to school with an extra $100k
     
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    Did both wins occur after shootoffs ? or were their scores from the events high enough?
     
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    I don't think Rich needs the money since he's a big wig for Blaser. I hope that a 22 or under shooter wins the money. Scratch that I hope someone that needs it wins it. Good luck Chuck Hrosik
     
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    Chuck, You sound like a Communist. Who are you to decide who does or does not need it. I disagree with your statement. I hope the best shooter wins it.
     
  9. Barry C. Roach

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    Way to go Marvin! Then again you've been a good money shooter since back in Wright City days. Tear 'em up buddy.
     
  10. no5shooter

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    Jeez, Parker. Got a chip on your shoulder or are you just a general jerk? All the man said was he hoped somebody who needs the money wins it. I didn't get the feeling he was picking anyone in particular, just wishing something good for his fellow man. You might give that a try.
     
  11. BigM-Perazzi

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    Yeah, someone who spent their milk money on entry fees and the kids will starve if they don't pull of this miracle!!

    I find it interesting how good some of the Big Dogs are shooting and not getting in yet....


    Jim
     
  12. Harv Shell

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    So far today it's Jr. with a lone 98. Be surprised if that holds up.
     
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    That was quick, Big Leo, 100. The Big Dogs are barking. Mallory Stanton popped a 99.
     
  14. smsnyder

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    Unknow farmer with his squirrel gun due to win. Lol
     
  15. Harv Shell

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    No kidding Earl, 100-96-98-98 this week in caps, 98.00% average. The vast majority of singles shooters can't do that.
     
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    Boy, you had to figure it was just a matter of time for Leo. Good for him, those other guys are going to have their work cut out for them in that shootoff.
     
  17. BigM-Perazzi

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    Did he win? Sometimes it hasn't happened...
     
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    Add Leo to the list, it's over.
     
  19. BigM-Perazzi

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    Well darn, guess I'll just start unpacking the car, cancel the reservation, kick the dog, etc...
     
  20. shannon391

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    Good Shooting Leo and Mallory!

    That girl just keeps getting better.
     
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