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It would be nice while looking at the monitor at a major shoot and prior to the first scores of an event being posted to see on the same monitor the shooters names and the bank number that they will shoot. These are the major benefits: Shooters will see the names of the shooters that they would like to see shoot, partically our All-American shooters or maybe just other shooters that we have admired for their shooting skill. I'm sure our serious young shooters would enjoy watching Leo, Harlan, Ray and others, not only would they enjoy it but it might be another step to promote our sport and how about that young shooter asking for a hand shake or an autograph on the shoot program (AFTER THE EVENT IS OVER)of course. WHAT A GREAT MOMENTO TO HAVE!!! I bet Leo, Harlan or Ray would be glad to do it. Im pretty sure any good shooter appreciates having a gallery behind them. Mr. R.J. Stuart if you can do this maybe a split screen showing the above along with the leader scores when available would be a plus and how about hi-liting the names of the AA-27-AA shooters. If you can't do it Mr. R.J. Stuart please let us shooters know why not. Your attention to this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
 

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And while making changes maybe R.J. Stuart can change his pre-squad format to something more like presquad.com.

Waiting up to 6 weeks for the results of a squading request sucks.
 

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You'd probably have better luck getting a response from RJ Staurt on the Chat Room on his site.

As FlaLagarto said, he is rumored to be looking to retire. I highly doubt he will want to completely rework his set-up to then retire. We have become spoiled with his info on TV's everywhere at big shoots. Gonna be a rude awakening when he retires and takes his programs with him. My opinion of course.

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It's all about money. It takes a bunch to live stream video to the internet and the equipment necessary to do that is outa sight. Major shoot-offs alone would cost a lot of money but it's possible with help from everyone concerned with trapshooting, gun, ammo manufacturers and vendors too?

Jerry B. has it right, it ain't gonna happen as is!

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