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Indiana State Shoot

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by electraglide, Jul 11, 2011.

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  1. electraglide

    electraglide TS Member

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    How was the shoot this year?
     
  2. pullbangloss

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    Shoot was great! Very well ran. Great job to Don and the staff. Also a nice job to John, Hawk and the gang for running the Special Event.

    Matt Ski
     
  3. Gun Run

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    A special thanks to Indiana Board of Directors for running a wonderful shoot & to the "Man" upstairs for such beautiful weather for the entire week.
    Wayne & Mary Downham / Camden, IN
     
  4. electraglide

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  5. Joe Smoke

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    My first time there- we really enjoyed it. We will go back again. Nice targets, friendly people.

    Bill from Michigan- thanks for lending me the sidecut pliers so I could fix my son's braces that were biting his cheek!

    Joe Smoke
     
  6. plaw

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    wayne,good job on the singles sat. , I thought the targets were about as good as they come!
     
  7. SeldomShoots

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    Well run and the targets were about as close to perfect as you can get. Wish my shooting was. Thanks to all who worked so hard to put on a great shoot.

    John E.
     
  8. birdtracker

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    I did not have that feeling when I left. Birdtracker
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  9. BIGDON

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    Actually Joe that was Bill from IN. I shoot with 3 hoosiers most of the time which fools people.

    Glad you made it and tell Brad to get that chin or he will get a scab from dragging it on the ground.

    Don
     
  10. Joe Smoke

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    Well thanks for the orthodontist tools to Bill from Indiana that knows Don from Michigan! And Brad has a better attitude- Won't be the last targets ever missed! He ran 10 miles last night and I think that calmed him down. Enjoyed the Indiana State shoot and the neighbors.

    Joe
     
  11. foghorn220

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    Big Don you talking about Bill Tucker I forgot the others names right now but can see their face's.

    Foghorn
     
  12. asuda01

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    Thanks and Congrats to the Indiana Trapshooting Association Board of Directors for running such a great shoot! The targets were wonderful as always.

    Congratulations to John Voliva for making the ITA Hall of Fame. Team Diesel is proud of you.

    Andy Suda
     
  13. electraglide

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    How were the trophies this year ?
     
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    I saw a few of them being carried around and they looked nice.
     
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    Did anyone shoot the Hawk in the substation? Wish I could have been there.

    blade819 (Hoosier in Georgia)
     
  17. SeldomShoots

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    I'm not complaining, but if given a choice, I would prefer a box or two of shells up to a couple of flats depending on what event and position is won, as it would be of more use to me than a trophy.

    John E.
     
  18. indycamster

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    Trophies were outstanding...so I am told, as I did not get close to one, other than as they were displayed in the club house...
     
  19. federal paper

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    Shot poorly most events, still had a good time no complaints. As far as trophys go I'd have to agree with the last poster a couple boxes of shells, bag of shot or such may get by a little cheaper as one can only use so many ceramic eagles{chikens}. Now of cource for saturday resident singles and sunday doubles and caps a leather bag or buckle is in order.I know it can be a hard job to pick all these trophys out on a tight budget.Oh just about forgot was some of the best set targets I've seen in quite a while.
     
  20. electraglide

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    I was told by friends that were there that the singles champion trophy appeared to be a used americase ?
     
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