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Which gun clubs have the best food?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by tuscarora 99, Aug 27, 2009.

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  1. tuscarora 99

    tuscarora 99 TS Member

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    So guys, i was just wondering, out of all the gun clubs you have ever been too, which ones have the best food? And what food do they serve?
     
  2. shark1

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    Staten Island NY. The food is really good. It will be Italian food. Mike Sharkey, DC
     
  3. FRedmon

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    Vandalia Ohio

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  4. MX/MT

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    They feed ya pretty good at Delta Trap Club up in Colorado!
     
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    Thanks Fred...I really miss those sandwiches.....

    Curt
     
  6. Old Doc

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    Iowa State shoot in the 60-70's when the Janesville Methodist Ladies ran it. The gooseberry pie was to die for. D Winter
     
  7. Jeff P

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    Birchwood Recreation and Shooting Park in Chugiak, Alaska, during the state shoot.

    OTNOT does a great salmon feed on Friday night and saturday night is all you can eat ribeye steaks and corn on the cob with all the beer you can drink for $10.

    Doesn't get better than that....
     
  8. phirel

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    Has to be the Tri Angle Club in Bluefield VA. Lunch at the last shoot was ham, roast beet, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, scalloped potatoes, baked beans, potato salad, fresh salad, slaw, rolls and your choice of three deserts and you are not limited to only one desert. It is all free. Soft drinks are also free all day long plus free coffee and rolls early in the morning. The down side is that 300 registered targets cost $50 entry, but Jim gives around 20 trophies to the 30 or so shooters who are usually at the shoot. And, Jim makes a profit.

    Pat Ireland
     
  9. Sprinklerman

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    I vote for the Cajun Elite, Jenning La. Jambolia,Gumbo, and Saturday night they feed us crawfish by the platter.
     
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    There is a club in Mich ( I think it is called Howard co GC)that has walleye fries, yummie
     
  11. Spanky

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    I'll bet there are some damn good eats out there across the big ole US. Just those pictures were making my belly growl. Out here in my corner of nowhere the eats down at Oxford Gun Club (PA) ain't too bad on Thursday nights. Keeps me going back one or two times a month.
     
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    D Winter,

    The sour cream raisin wasn't bad either.

    jim brown
     
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    Downers Grove Sportsmans Club. Rosie is the triple A chef, no doubt about it!
     
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    Mud Run gun club Canton Ohio.
     
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    The best is subjective but if you ever get a chance to shoot the Cuban club at the Miami chain shoot they have the best Cuban food home made daily and a old fasion Pig roast on Saturday cooked in a pit all day long. I rank it up there with the best of them.
     
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    the wild blue huckleberry dessert at Almira , Wa is unsurpassed ,,we also have rubarb krisp ,,lemon mer,pie and many other great ones,,,we have people come just to eat them ,,,D.Lang
     
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    M&M, has the best food when they have a shoot. They serve fresh crab cakes, fresh soft shell crabs, and the usual hot dogs and hamburgers. Been to most of the larger clubs in the last 40 years and they are the BEST.
     
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    The home made chicken/slippery noodle soup at the Cardinal was to die for.

    Hands down, though, and the Tri-state winter league guys will agree, it's Leetown, VA with their dirty 'ol country ham sammiches.

    What about it Tuscarora?
     
  19. Frank C

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    Jeff P, I was so busy eating the Salmon and Steak that this was about the only picture I snapped of the feeds! We were almost done with the Salmon (below) Who is the cook again??!
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    Silver Dollar - Dixie Grand 2008 - breakfast of champions:)

    FRedmon
     
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