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Post by Pete D. » Tue May 24, 2011 5:42 am

Clarence:
I am one of those guys stuck in expert class for the last couple years.
Last couple of years? I've been stuck for longer than that. I shot my first 2700 in ten years a few months ago (see...I've let months go by. Used to shoot one or two a month.) Anyway....the score was abyssmal. I'm trying to work my way back up. All the guys that I shot with ten years ago have made Master. If only...
But....shooting these postals with Plazashooter (and others) has helped me up my game. With the two of you, I'm gonna have to work harder to stay close.
Pete
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Post by Python » Wed May 25, 2011 1:12 am

Pete;

I started bullseye in Oct. of 2008
The previous 5 years I shot Skeet and made my goal of AA across the board.

I received my expert card around Apr. of 2009, been stuck in expert since then.

My goal is to make master, service pistol badge and revolver badge.

My goals are achievable, I just have to go and get it.

Clarence
Master indoor and out
Distinguished Revolver Badge #99
EIC Service Pistol = 30 pts.(need a hard leg)
10z n Xs

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Post by Pete D. » Wed May 25, 2011 4:45 am

Clarence:
My goal is to make master, service pistol badge and revolver badge.
Sounds like a friend of mine, a fellow who shoots with me on our club team. He, too, is working on Master; he did pick up his distinguished badges last year. Rather than Skeet, he has developed an interest in HP Service rifle.
Me....I stumbled into a Trap addiction last Spring. Just the thing.
Pete
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Post by Bullseye » Wed May 25, 2011 6:19 am

Like anything it takes practice. Having a goal is always the best way to improve your skills. It seems that both of you are on pace to achieve your goals; keep it up.

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