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Shooting with Parkinsons

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by mnjim, Oct 31, 2007.

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  1. mnjim

    mnjim TS Member

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    Iv'e had Parkinsons for about 4 years now. I don't shake when I shoot. It only effects my right hand. Just wondering what I have to look forward to. My meds work well and control most of the shaking. I also had cartacts removed from both eyes this fall, what a difference. If anyone needs this done, do it. It's a piece of cake, and a new world out there. Good shooting all. MnJim
     
  2. Hipshot 3

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    Jim....I think its great that you are shooting and I would simply say.....KEEP DOING IT! Its the best medicine there is!
     
  3. rjdden

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    I was diagnossed with Myasthenia Gravis about 1991. Just got back to shooting here a couple months ago and am loving it. Am teaching My Grand Daughter the in's and out's of the soprt. Hope to see you on the range someday. Take Care and Keep shooting Straingnt. Rich.(inPeoria,A.Z.)
     
  4. mnjim

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    Thanks for the answers guys. Can't wait to try doubles. Set, call, bird, release, dead. Second bird, where the hell is it,,, over there, BOOM, WHERE THE DID THAT GO. O'well, lost again, Maybe some day. MnJim
     
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