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KERN COUNTY GUN CLUB FLOODED

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by BOBL, Dec 22, 2010.

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  1. BOBL

    BOBL TS Member

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    We now have the worst flooding in our history at our club. There is a very
    large puddle that runs one and one half miles. We cannot throw targets at
    this time, but hopefully we will be back in business within a week.

    Bob L. Wood
     
  2. superump

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    Good luck and keep us informed
     
  3. Calkidd

    Calkidd Well-Known Member

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    That is some bad news. Hopefully, all the machines are ok and undamaged. I know when the river flooded Fresno Trap & Skeet it damaged most of the machines.
     
  4. BOBL

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    Thursday 12-23-2010, to my knowledge we have only one machine damaged. However
    all of the underground wiring terminals are under water. Starting tomorrow
    we will start the pumping and drying of those.
     
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    do you need some help?
    I am not that far away(valley springs).
    I am a contractor with time on my hands.

    Pete.
     
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    Good luck from North Hollywood Sportsmans club. How can we help? We went through this 5 years ago, except had mud. Fred
     
  8. BOBL

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    Thanks to all of you who have offered to help us. I think we have it covered.
    Charles Brewster has been pumping water for four days now and probably has
    another four or five days to go. Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays.

    Bob
     
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