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FIRST 100 AT 12 YEARS OLD!!!!

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by mudracer, Sep 27, 2009.

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  1. mudracer

    mudracer TS Member

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    My little bro Brandon Sullivan just turned 12 years old the 30 of aug. and smashed a 100 straight at middletown fall festival yesterday in the singles. Awesome feeling being beside him and us both breaking a 100. he finished the day with a 195 and took sjr title. he collected 5 trophies all together.
     
  2. Browning Man

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    Great shooting
     
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    That's great shooting kid!! Better watch out big bro, here he comes!! :) Hap
     
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    mudracer

    Ok tell him that was good shooting also you said you ran a 100 so good shooting to you also I know I was at least 25 years old before I ever broke a 100 and my first was in a short yardage handicap event.


    It was a year later before I could do it up on the 16's but it was at a good place during the grand but I missed 3 out of the next 100 but still won my class championship that day on the first day of the main week.

    Ok when I was 12 all I was thinking about was mowing yards and saving my money to buy a new motorcycle which I had many of and all was paid by me my first motorcycle was a CT-70 Honda and went to borrow money from the bank and my dad told the loan officer that he wasn't going to co-sign for me so the loan officer said he would instead of course he knew my family pretty good but thought that was cool that the bank man co-signed for me when I was around 13 years of age.

    Foggy
     
  6. JACK

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    get him a new gun. That'll bring him down. Or give him yours and get your dad's and both of yu can miss together.
     
  7. SirMissalott

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    Don't let him practice. LOL LOL
     
  8. mudracer

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    Good job Brandon.
     
  10. perazzi03

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    looks to me another big dog in the future. great shooting, i bet there was big smiles in that truck going home see both of you guys next year rick
     
  11. Browning Guy

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    That kid's going to be one heck of a shooter one day. Watch out Cody! By the way, he is very nice and mature for his age.
     
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    Congratulations to that young man.


    Should shed some light on the difficulty of the game. Let's face it when, our youth are accomplishing so much, someone needs to be paying attention.
     
  13. leadspreader

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    way to go. watch out for this kid guys!! lol
     
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