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Best viewing of the Video is watching it on YouTube and full screen.

Photos and Video: Northeastern Grand American

Sun in the AM and then darkened skies in the PM. It was suppose to rain, but just what seemed like a 15 minute sprinkle in the afternoon. Winds seemed to calm down after the sprinkle.
 

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Great to watch really enjoyed it. We appreciate the fact that you took the time to do this. It would have also been neat to see a little doubles shooting included . There was one kid
shooting doubles so fast it was almost like one shot for the two birds. That was exciting to watch.
 

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Great to watch really enjoyed it. We appreciate the fact that you took the time to do this. It would have also been neat to see a little doubles shooting included . There was one kid
shooting doubles so fast it was almost like one shot for the two birds. That was exciting to watch.
Try this thread:

A REALLY fast Doubles shooter - 0.5 seconds from call to 2nd bird dead
 

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Nice job on the video.
What gets me though, is the fact that shooters complain about the cost of shooting,
and then throw their hulls on the ground so the hosting club has to pay someone to pick them up.
Just sayin.
Todd.
 

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then throw their hulls on the ground so the hosting club has to pay someone to pick them up.
The PAID trappers do it as part of there duties. Talking to a trapper, he said he was part of a crew that goes up and down the east coast working shoots.

By the way. Took a hard look at hulls when running around. AA and SST a rarity.
 
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