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    Default Armless archer


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    wow I know guys with arms that cant group like that just goes to show you you can do anything you want with the right attitude
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    man he can shoot good. lots of practice and determination there. he should start shooting 5 spot leagues.
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    Default Da@#

    All I can say is DA@#, that takes a crap load of dedication, desire, skill, the right attitude, and most of all PATIENCE.
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    Default Very impressive

    Determination at its best.
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    Default A story of inspiration

    His name is Matt Stutzman and he is competing at the Iowa Pro/Am this weekend... A friend of mine Jon Eide, was his Pro partner yesterday...

    This is simply amazing and should inspire many people...
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    He just inspired me to get out to the range more.
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    It does make you rethink things.

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    We met Matt in Iowa this weekend, he is a very friendly guy.
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    Like Javi said, I was fortunate enough to draw Matt as my amateur in the pro am event at IA this weekend.

    For those interested I will be writing an interview/article on Matt for the NFAA magazine in the near future. He is a pretty amazing person and one heck of a nice guy. Feel free to post any questions you want me to cover in the interview/article.

    -Jon

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