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Logan Wins The Martin $100,000.00 Shootoff

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Jim Douglas II, Aug 13, 2011.

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  1. Jim Douglas II

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    Thought that you guys should know, one of the young fellas by the name of Logan just won $100,000.00. Congrats!!!!
    The Martins were also kind enough to donate $5000.00 per shooter that shot in the event, huge kudos to the Martins.
    Great times at the Grand American 2011.

    - Jim Douglas II (J & J Guns and Knives)
     
  2. cubancigar2000

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    what an awesome day. This will go down in history
     
  3. Chango2

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    Master Logan Mountain of California? That would be awesome if it is that Logan.
     
  4. trap_shooter2000

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    Awesome shooting!! Congrats!

    Aaron Willoughby
     
  5. SD Trap Family

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    Logan CONGRATULATIONS. Great job.

    I just spoke with my son Foster who was in the shoot-off and said to again wish you Congratulations. He said you are a fine young man and great shooter.

    THANK YOU to the Martin's for this event. The Grand was outstanding and looking forward to next year already.

    Bud, Char, Foster and Matt Bartholow
     
  6. pullll

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    Logan Taylor. Russelville, Alabama. Congratulations
     
  7. grntitan

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    I'll have some pics of the $100K shoot-off later tonight after the GAH shootoffs. The Martins are donating $350K next year. $50K just for the ladies.
     
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    Congrats to Logan.

    Missed the Grand again this year. I pray that I'll never miss another. Good Lord...let it be, please!

    milt
     
  9. Chango2

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    Congrats!
     
  10. grntitan

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    A few of the $100K kid.


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    With the Martins


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    Being interviewed for TV

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    The new celebrity
     
  11. Calkidd

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    I can only imagine how surreal this is for Logan. It will probably take a couple of days for it to sink in. Congratulations Logan.
     
  12. Shoot n Holler

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    Way to go Loagn, It was a pleasure to talk to you and your family while Jason and you were shooting together. Fine young man Mom and Dad.
    Good Shooting
    Mark Jonckheere
     
  13. blade819

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    Congratulations to Logan who shot the Southern Zone just a few weeks go. Nice shooting! SD Trap Family... sorry I didn't get to meet you and your Boys Bud. You must be really proud of your Sons this year at the Grand. Even this afternoon with the consilation prize of $5k to Foster. We'll hook up eventually.Congratulations to you and your Sons.

    blade819
     
  14. benedict1

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    Heard it was Browning Citori. Where is that thread about whoever won anything with a Browning?
     
  15. Bama73

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    Logan shoots a Browning Citori sporting clays edition with adjustable comb and butt plate. He shot Remington STS light handicap 8's I think. I know they were STS LH's, but not 100% on shot size. He came home Tuesday and shot some practice with us and was as laid back as he always is. He is a really great kid from great parents and I couldn't be more proud for him. As a side note James King, the 85yo coach for our AIM teams is on cloud nine as well. All of us who shoot at Cedar Hill are so proud of Logan and happy for him.
     
  16. deercreek

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    Congrats !!! Any chance the kid was shooting a Browning since he has a Browning vest on. This would kind of blow the guys recent post of "show me a winner using Browning.
     
  17. Shooting Coach

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    My bone stock 30" Special Sporting Clays Edition with the High Post Rib fits me better than any shotgun I have ever owned.
     
  18. bigdogtx

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    What a great day for Logan. Seems to be a fine young man.
     
  19. bluedsteel

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    I reckon some of that $100,000 will go to the purchase of a new trap gun...isn't that what you are supposed to do with big winnings?

    bluedsteel
     
  20. 635 G

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    Well, anyone got an idea what % of Logan's winnings Obumma's going to get/ Logan read your 1099 welcome to becoming a taxpayer.

    Phil Berkowitz
     
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