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Sr. Vet does Indiana proud at the Heartland Grand

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Dark Horse, Sep 6, 2012.

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  1. Dark Horse

    Dark Horse Member

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    I would like to congratulate Lowell Thomas of McCordsville IN.

    Lowell Shot very well and won several trophies at the Heartland Grand.

    Lowell started out Saturday, September 1st, by winning runner up in his class in the Doubles Championship.

    Then he moved over and won outright the Sr. Veterans Division of the Remington Nitro 27 Handicap event with a 95.

    Sunday, Lowell took the Heartland Grand, Sr. Veterans Division, Singles Championship with a 196 and 25 straight in the shoot-off.

    Lowell came home with 3 nice trophies from Shamrock Leather and a punch in his ATA card.

    Someone forgot to tell him that that with that darned home made shot and his reloads, he can’t break good scores.

    Again, Congrats to Lowell and we will see him at the Kingen Gun Club

    Mark
     
  2. rtclark21

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    Nice shooting Lowell!
     
  3. t-bar

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    yep he did shoot well.....and the check is in the mail.

    Good shooting Lowell.

    Barb
     
  4. CROY1990

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    Great shooting Lowell. Well deserved for a great guy.
     
  5. Dark Horse

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    I was trying to post a picture of Lowell with one of his trophies but I swear I think he broke my scanner.

    Mark
     
  6. 320090T

    320090T Well-Known Member

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    You took a picture with a 35mm?
     
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