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world police and fire games

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 682LINY, Feb 16, 2011.

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  1. 682LINY

    682LINY Member

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    just wondering if anyone out there will be attending the games, they are in my home town ,, and i am hoping to meet some out of town T/S dot comers,, I will be shooting the trap events http://2011wpfg.org/
     
  2. fdiesel

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    I'll be there from the opening ceremonies until the day after trap is over.

    Franklin Darryl Hayes
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  3. NintyT

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    Where are the events at this year?
     
  4. Gary Beer

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    From what I have been told they plan on shooting the clay target events over 5 days?? Two days of skeet, two days of trap and 1 day of sporting clays. Seems to me these could be shot over three days like the western states police and fire games. 6 or 7 days in a hotel gets exspensive when the events could be shot in 3 days.

    Our team of 5 decided not to go.

    GBEER
     
  5. jevoliva

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    Looks like the club has 10-11 trap fields. So, depending on the number of participants, 2 days for trap might be required.
     
  6. Calkidd

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    Can't make the world, but going to the Western. Look out Gary....

    Bryan
     
  7. snowbird14

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    I'll be there, where is a good spot to stay?
     
  8. dphillips8191

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    I will be there shooting trap in the games.

    Dave
     
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    Will try to come,its just a couple weeks after grand,so might be a grind after shooting 1000 targets at grand,don't seem fair that a 27 yard shooter for 25 years can shoot on the 22. Robert Memphis Fire
     
  10. hmb

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    If you think that's unfair, how about getting classified according to your age? HMB
     
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    Keep an eye on Darryl. He can run with the Big Dogs when he is on.

    Good luck to all these fine men and have a blast.

    Give 'em hell Mr. Hayes!

    Don Verna
     
  12. Joe O

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    The hotel recommended to me by Sal when we were at Can-Am last year was the Marriot Courtyard in Ron Konkommen. It looks like it's about 15 miles or so from Monorville. They have a discount for the games. I think it's 129 per night, if you split it that's not to bad. Our rooms are aleady reserved.
    Joe O
     
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    Bill (682LINY):


    In sincere appreciation for the all the efforts you have made to attend our charity shoots here at Bucks County I will be making a special effort to clear my calendar and come up for the games. Looking forward to seeing you there.


    How about it Huntin'Fool? Think we can find enough Bux/Mont cops to field a team? Head up Sunday the 28th return Tuesday night.


    Jim
     
  14. bridgetoofar

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    Does someone have a link to the info for this?
     
  15. Barry C. Roach

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    My dad's squad used to compete in St. Louis. Never won but always placed. Only all volunteer squad that did, back then.
     
  16. Joe Potosky

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    Link...

    http://2011wpfg.org/
     
  17. Joe Potosky

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    There will be 16-yard and 22-yard competitions.

    Individual - Unisex

    16 Yard - "A", "B", "C" & Women's Divisions

    22 Yard - "A", "B", "C" & Women's Divisions

    Doubles - "A", "B", "C" & Women's Divisions

    All Events - "A", "B", "C" & Women's Divisions

    5 Person Team - Unisex

    16 Yard - "A", "B" & "C" Divisions

    22 Yard - "A", "B" & "C" Divisions

    Doubles - "A", "B" & "C" Divisions

    Note: Divisions are based on the combination (average) of the 5-team member’s classifications.

    Dates of Competition

    Monday, August 29

    Tuesday, August 30

    Venue

    Peconic River Sportsman's Club, Manorville, NY

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    Skeet

    Individual Open - Unisex

    Singles: "A", “B”, "C" & Women's Divisions

    Doubles: "A", “B”, "C" & Women's Divisions

    All Events: "A", “B”, "C" & Women's Divisions

    5 Person Team

    Singles: "A", "B" & "C" Divisions

    Doubles: "A", "B" & "C" Divisions

    Dates of Competition

    Wednesday, August 31

    Thursday, September 1

    Venue

    Peconic River Sportsman's Club, Manorville, NY

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    Sporting Clays

    Individual Unisex

    "A", “B”, "C" & Women's Divisions

    5 Person Team

    "A", "B" & "C" Divisions

    Note: Divisions based on combination (average) of the 5 team members classifications. See Classification in "Rules and Regulations" at the top of page for details.

    All Events - “High Overall" Category

    In the “High Overall” Category medals will be awarded in “A”, “B”, “C” and Women’s Divisions (for the Women’s High Overall the competitor must enter in the Women’s Division for the Individual Events in Skeet, Sporting Clays and Trap). These medals represent the best overall performance in the six (6) Individual Events in Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clays. To be eligible for this award, the competitor must be entered into the six (6) Individual Events and also be entered into this “High Overall” Category in Sporting Clays.

    If fewer than 5 women enter the Women’s Division in each, the Women’s Division of High Overall will be canceled and the shooters will have the option of competing in one of the unisex divisions or withdrawing.

    Date of Competition

    Friday, September 2

    Venue

    Peconic River Sportsman's Club, Manorville, NY
     
  18. 682LINY

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  19. Joe O

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    No "volunteers" at this event. Not at the "world" games anyway. You are welcome to compete in the Can-Am games however.
    I got a lesson in trap from Mr. Hayes in Ohio last year! Boy, do I have work to do on my trap game! Especially the Caps! I'm in it for the whole 600! Big fun, I'm looking forward to August. I plan to bring a few more cases of Grain Belt too!
    Joe O
     
  20. hmb

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    Joe O,

    How much is it going to cost you to shoot the whole 600. HMB
     
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