Come on out and have some fun with us this weekend :shade:
Yep, I wasn't even there, live 2.5 hours away, and I had already heard about the water issue before I went to bed last night. You gotta shape up Big Country...I would like to think everyone who came out this weekend and i would like to put out there a BIG MY BAD AND IAM SO SORRY on the water not being at the midway point it will not happen again glad that everyonre had fun and we look forward to seeing you again
:thumbs_up:thumbs_upAs for the complaints, I am not sorry and will not apologize for challenging YOU that shot the 50 yard class. It is a 50 yard class. If you don't want the challenge and have to shoot an up score, then don't shoot that stake. Shoot the 40 or 30 yard classes. They seemed to not complain yesterday.
I should have done this first, great to hear you are progressing and trying something new Darrel, that is great and good luck it will payoff in the end I am sure! Glad you liked the course and the direction the GPAA is heading this year. Thanks also for the comments in this post and the other one. Good luck on mastering the back-tension and hope to see you at a shoot soon wherever it may be.I heard we can blame Nathan for the long course we had at Montgomery today. Well, Nathan, I ain't blaming you for anything. Just giving you praise for another great range setup. But it WAS long.
The GPAA has moved to another level this year in range setups. Great job to them and Montgomery. Loved the range. And the targets. All ASA.
One thing about it. I shot a back tension release today for my first time ever through an entire 20 target course. And while I shot 22 down, I was anything but disappointed. They won't get any longer than that one, and I didn't miss any. :darkbeer:
Actually, I was pleasantly surprised how I shot it. More yardage misses than bad shots. I ain't looking back now. I have been needing to make that move for a long, long time. And it looks like the Stan MagMicro might just fit me. :smile: