Greyhound Today

Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by Charlts, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. Charlts

    Charlts Getting dusty

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    Thanks to all involved in making today happen, I know the course setting started a few weeks ago and it showed, definitely the best course I've shot there. And a huge thanks to Tny and Steve for helping me enjoy myself whilst shooting round.:)
     
  2. D Martin

    D Martin Non member

    Cracking day with a very good and quite difficult well thought out course.
    Thanks to Mick (40 yard zero) McTighe for the company, good shooting to say you didn't have a clue where to aim mate.Lesson learned I think bud, don't mess with your zero last minute.

    Dave
     
  3. rickysdaystate

    rickysdaystate Make Every Shot Count

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    Agree, was very good, just a shame i fell to bits right at the end! :eek:
     
  4. w-v-m

    w-v-m Member

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    Yep, good day out today, good company and a nice course.
     
  5. stillwater

    stillwater Active Member

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    Yep as already stated a cracking course today, just a shame the chap that did all the hard work had to go home through illness. Get well soon Dave.
    Bonus bunny winner today were
    Matt furlong £20
    Dave Martin £20 to collect
    Gerry Bailldon £20 to collect
    Steve Cartledge £10 to collect
    See you all at Kibworth:D
     
  6. milek

    milek Member

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    I shot very poorly today but trying a new venue and course did me the world of good. Only shot at Worcester for the last 12 months so a great experience overall. Thanks to the organisers again and for the company (Alex & Rob).
     
  7. jedclampit

    jedclampit Dazed Member

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    A nice interesting and challenging course -thanks to those that put the work in, hope you're feeling better Dave.

    Those Mini kills are not the best when you're shooting a new springer in a comp for the first time!
    But a respectable score all the same!
     
  8. D Martin

    D Martin Non member

    YES !!!!!!!!!! £20 bonus bunny, about bloody time Greg ;)

    Dave
     
  9. Tye

    Tye Shabba

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    Yes wind in second session played its part. Very tricky course well done anyone who had a good score. Well done Dave G course setter guy had man flu still turned up to help out! He set some awkward ones today. Big Thanks to Simmo I love him to bits like the brother you never had! Lol Top bloke top club!!

    Well done Greg, Fatty and anyone else not mentioned.
     
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  10. DreamGenie

    DreamGenie M.A.D. Air Arms HFT team

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    Fantastic course today, my first visit to Greyhound! Hope Dave G recovers soon as the only stoppages we had were for broken strings!!!
    Well done to all the winners and thanks to Rob M for the company round the course.
    As ever, thanks to Gary for chauffeuring me and Alex and Ian for the company.
    Now to practice for the fiinal round at Kibby. See you all there!
     
  11. Tone

    Tone Member

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    Thanks to Greg and the Greyhound

    Very challenging course today and no stoppages in session 1 at all, although I was tempted to call at least nine targets as I am sure I hit the kill :confused::rolleyes:

    Tony
     

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