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Middletown scores

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by bird400, Apr 23, 2009.

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  1. bird400

    bird400 TS Member

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    Any Middletown scores?
     
  2. rennerize

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    I know the guy that broke the lone 99 in the handicap today.
    Don
     
  3. Arkie

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    Did anybody go by Ken's Reloading truck and see what primers and shot is selling for. Thanks Rick
     
  4. Terry L A

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    I bought some shot. Ken Myers Reloading had hard shot for $25.00 plus tax = $26.65 per bag. I didn't buy primers. Terry
     
  5. joehunter

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    Federals and Winchester primers were $150.00 plus tax. Remingtons were $165 plus tax.

    Joey
     
  6. birdtracker

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    how was the wind? Birdtracker
     
  7. birdtracker

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    So who won the singles today? Birdtracker
     
  8. pj 999

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    Didn't shoot Saturday. I did shoot Thurs. and Dave Brusman tied for high doubles at 99. Handicap was a 99. On Friday: Handicap Winner Dan Shock 97, Tank Lunsford and Jerry Nickel 96. Doubles Pat McCarthy broke all 100. Do not know anything about 16's.
     
  9. jeffprigge

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    Singles 4 - 198 's Champion - Bob Caplinger 25 s/o , R/U Robert Groshejen (spelling ? sorry ) 24 - 50 s/o , AA - Jeff Prigge 24 - 50 - forfiet sorry can't remember other guy's name he had 23 s/o . Very Windy
     
  10. pj 999

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    Failed to answer your question about the wind. Yes it was windy, but for a change the wind was warm.
     
  11. birdtracker

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    thats funny P.J! Birdtracker
     
  12. Dr.Longshot

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    Who mwon the Handicap Sunday?
     
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    Jeff
    Congratualations on good shooting.
    Randy
     
  14. Dr.Longshot

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    Frank Kraft won the Handicap Sunday with a Lone 98

    I had to call Gun Club to get the answer.


    Gary Bryant
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  15. BYRDSHOOTER1

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    I'm currently working on a page to post all pay offs from Sundays Handicap and winners on this site look for "Mid-American Results" I will have it up sometime today. We had a great shoot huge numbers, and great scores. Very windy but great weather considering past Mid-Americans. Thanks to all that attended....


    Pat Byrd
     
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    After just getting back into shooting, and attending the Southern Grand and Florida State shoot, I got the chance to shoot the Mid American in Middletown. After comparing the 3 events, let me tell you that Pat, Bobby, Mike and the entire Middletown crew ran a world class shoot. Most of the competitors I spoke with had a great time and were very happy with the shoot. They run a top notch gun club in Southwestern Ohio and I had a blast! I would encourage everyone to attend their future shoots if you can. The targets are challenging and the money is just flat out great. They had more money in their 3 day shoot than either the Southern Grand or FL State Shoot had in week long events. Get up there and shoot with them; it's a great time!

    Scott Hamlin
     
  17. BYRDSHOOTER1

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    Thanks, Scott


    Were glad you had a great time, thats what this sport is all about...

    Pat
     
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    Scott,
    I agree with you 100% Pat and everyone else there is doing everything in their power to bring shooters back that were disgusted in the way things were run by past managers. Up until Pat took over I always heard from shooters they'd never be back. I never heard that this year which is a BIG BIG improvement over past years.
    That's one thing Pat and Bobby and Mike are willing to listen, maybe not agree but they listen.
    As long as they keep caring they'll keep the shooters coming back.
    Ron Fisher.
    Thanks Pat/Bobby/Mike
     
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