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GRIFFITH IKES Turket Shoot

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by fishguts, Nov 8, 2009.

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  1. fishguts

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    The first weekend of the annual turkey shoot saw great weather and lots of good shooting...well run, good food and plenty of shooters. Otis provided the meat, Willie brought the muscle and Larry made sure we had lots of slow pulls..("CAN YOU HEAR ME"?...Slats 2009),Bob Penman ran the window and Mrs.Cochran slaved over a hot stove. Part two of the shoot will be Sat. Nov.14 and Sun. Nov.15.

    I think I meant turkey shoot, not "turkeT" shoot...(I wish I would of finished seventh grade)


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  2. pullbangloss

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    A good time was had by all. Couldn't have asked for better weather.

    Matt Krizinski
     
  3. WilliamMR

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    What's with that guy in those flaming red colors? So, was there anyone that cleaned up? Inquiring minds want to know more.
     
  4. pullbangloss

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    All I can say is I hope some of those Indiana boys invite us Michigan guys over for some ham or turkey. Pretty slim pickings in the truck on the way home. Tough crowd! Heck, even Wayne Myers ran the 27 yard line to win! (Well, it was only 5 targets but still good enough!)

    If it wasn't for us Michigan guys signing up on a few shoots which had Dick Marsh on them, I don't think we would have won anything!

    (Hope Dick doesn't know how to work a computer!)

    Matt Krizinski
     
  5. fishguts

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    Bill, the guy is wearing a japanese flag for some reason....when he came around the building I thought someone had shot him.

    I don't know about "cleaning up", they win some, they lose some. You better break your targets on the line to get to a shootoff...that's the first thing. If you're coming to clean up, don't bother....and the standard shoot off load appears to be 1 1/2 ounces of 5's pushed by Longshot to 1400fps.

    there was a black Lab there that was too kool to be petted...and I think I saw him driving.

    Wayne
     
  6. pullbangloss

    pullbangloss Active Member

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    I don't think it was a Japanese flag. I was told it was the new Green Bay Packers uniform.

    Remington is a hell of a driver! You just have to give him a biscuit once in a while to keep him on the road.

    Matt Krizinski
     
  7. fishguts

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    Friends don't let dogs drive after biscuits....

    Hey Bill, come out next Sat.or Sun. and sit in the peanut gallery...don't be afraid, so you miss a target or three, it's fun and I want you to know the feeling of missing the fifth target to be out of the shootoff. I think Matt will be glad to show you were the 27 yard line is...

    Fishguts
     
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