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Gem City, NWPA, ATA Shoot???

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  1. Michael Jobe

    Michael Jobe TS Member

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    Gem City has an ATA shoot coming up in early February (2nd or 9th). Jack or Fred, either of you have the date and time handy? Would like to be there if the weather isn't terrible.

    Thanks,

    ~Michael
     
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  3. Big Jack

    Big Jack Well-Known Member

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    Hey Slick.. You beat me by a few minutes..Scheduled for Feb.9
    100, 100 50 pr. Program may be altered if warranted.
    First squad to the line 10:30 AM We'll put an umbrella up for you!

    Three shoots scheduled thus far Feb. 9, Mar. 8, April 5.
    Gem City Outdoorsmen's Club, Van Camp Rd., McKean, Pa.
    Contact: Tim Doyle for information 814-833-8070

    P.S. You know we always have good weather!!
    (Any day shooting is better then the best day working)
     
  4. Michael Jobe

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    Thanks Jack!

    Feb 9th.... good, that gives me time to send my 391's stock off to have the comb cut and be back in time for the shoot.

    Good weather? I'm talking at least above freezing, winds below 10 mph, and no snow or rain. Lead's too expensive to fool around shooting targets in crappy weather, even when reloading 7/8 oz.

    ~Michael
     
  5. Big Jack

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    C'mon now, when did you ever see NW Penna with winds below 10MPH. We offer the best targets possible and usually produce some very good scores. It's the indian, not the arrow! See you then!
     
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