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Old 03-29-2010, 12:09 PM   #41
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Great pictures Dan it was windy for shore,
it`s little different to our 3D shoots here, your competition
seems flat we have lot of up and downs, and we are not allow to use umprellas to cover wind or sun just the size of A4,
it seems to be a great competition lot of people.



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IBO has alot of up hill and downhill. ASA due to the numbers they seem to like flat ground. ASA Kentucky shoot has some hills. They often have to have up to ten ranges to run that many shooters through in two days. ASA runs a good tournament.
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Old 03-29-2010, 12:11 PM   #42
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all 12's.. 39.5 yds

some of the best ladies in the world to shoot with right here.
Good picture as well. Ladys can shoot. No fun getting beat by a girl.
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Old 03-29-2010, 12:53 PM   #43
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Didn't see it, but I heard a kid stepped in one and went up to his armpits..
Very possible if this rumored incident occured on the J range
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Thanks for taking and posting all the pics DB. I really hated to miss the Paris shoot . Seeing the mud pits you had to wade to pull arrows makes me feel a little better about missing....not much, but a little
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Thanks for taking and posting all the pics DB. I really hated to miss the Paris shoot . Seeing the mud pits you had to wade to pull arrows makes me feel a little better about missing....not much, but a little
No rain made it a good shoot. Always fun in Texas during the springtime. Cant wait for Illinois.
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Thanks again for the pics Dan. One thing that always catches my eye in your pics is the number of handheld release shooters vs wrist strap index finger shooters. At my local shoots most use the wrist strap. Were you guys weaned on the handhelds or are we just gun converts here who found the index finger trigger more familiar? Perhaps it's just the class or group you shoot with? What do you think the majority use down there?
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Old 03-29-2010, 07:02 PM   #47
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Thanks again for the pics Dan. One thing that always catches my eye in your pics is the number of handheld release shooters vs wrist strap index finger shooters. At my local shoots most use the wrist strap. Were you guys weaned on the handhelds or are we just gun converts here who found the index finger trigger more familiar? Perhaps it's just the class or group you shoot with? What do you think the majority use down there?

Some of us still do it the "correct" way.

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Thanks again for the pics Dan. One thing that always catches my eye in your pics is the number of handheld release shooters vs wrist strap index finger shooters. At my local shoots most use the wrist strap. Were you guys weaned on the handhelds or are we just gun converts here who found the index finger trigger more familiar? Perhaps it's just the class or group you shoot with? What do you think the majority use down there?
Honestly alot of the older shooters shoot a wrist strap. Only a few of the young pros shoot strap releases. Thumb triggers are still the most popular. Lots of good shooters like Nathan Brooks and Eric Griggs shoot BT releases.
All work if you practice and get comfortable shooting them.
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CTL, there's nothing correct about 1 under, LOL.
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Honestly alot of the older shooters shoot a wrist strap. Only a few of the young pros shoot strap releases. Thumb triggers are still the most popular. Lots of good shooters like Nathan Brooks and Eric Griggs shoot BT releases.
All work if you practice and get comfortable shooting them.
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I hear you. Thanks again for the pics.
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DB wouldn't take a picture of me. He said I was to ugly

also didn't get my McDonald's happy meal he promised if I came to texas.... NC to texas is a long haul!
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