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KYgundoc
02-23-2007, 19:11
More people need to learn to be Range Officers in the GLIPSC matches just to cover for people that can not make the matches or just to give me a break now and then. Jim Caskey is a USPSA RO and is willing to put on a little training for anyone interested in helping out. Also anyone who wants to set up a match let me know what you want to do and I will help you do it if it can be done indoors.
Dean

fryeg7
02-23-2007, 19:15
i'm interested, although once it gets warmer and the time changes, i'll only be able to make the thursday shoots if the weather is bad.

frye

TreehugginGlock
02-23-2007, 22:24
I'm willing to learn if Jim's willing to teach. Can we do this on the weekend?

domzilla9
02-24-2007, 07:15
Woah. Look out Jim, the cougar is on the prowl...

TreehugginGlock
02-24-2007, 10:03
Originally posted by domzilla9
Woah. Look out Jim, the cougar is on the prowl... Take a pill Dom. You're PMSing again and it's getting old.

tacshooter0233
02-25-2007, 19:31
I agree with it getting old. I have thought about shooting on Thursday nights regularly but I don't want to show up to a soap opera.

TreehugginGlock
02-25-2007, 19:56
Don't worry. There's no soap here. Dom and I are still friends.

domzilla9
02-25-2007, 20:07
TacShooter et al. No worries. It was a joke, just not a funny one.

TreeHugger and I were talking about GLIPSC matches at the range yesterday and the subject of "training nights" came up. One night it might be helpful to everyone, and especially new shooters, if we did a little "competitive training" rather than a shooter a match per see. I believe that Saul Kirsch has a description of how to run Bill Drills with a group of shooters. I have his book around here somewhere but I can't find it. Any interest in this?

TreeH, how did your IDPA qualifier go today?

cwshootersupply
02-25-2007, 22:17
That a good idea about a training night. I will help with ever I can as well.

TeamSpringfield
02-26-2007, 11:09
I have no problem with a Saturday or Sunday Class. However we will need to work in some range time for this. Keep in mind this training will not certify you with USPSA.... It will however Help YOU Help us with GLIPSC. This will also help people with Stage design.

We can discuss this Thursday...

TS

TreehugginGlock
02-26-2007, 11:53
Originally posted by domzilla9
TreeH, how did your IDPA qualifier go today? Let's just put it this way, you may now address me as Marksmen Treehugger. :dancingbanana: Thanks for asking.:2gun:

45gunner
02-26-2007, 16:11
Originally posted by TreehugginGlock
Let's just put it this way, you may now address me as Marksmen Treehugger. :dancingbanana: Thanks for asking.:2gun:

Congrads :milestone:

45gunner
02-26-2007, 16:16
Originally posted by TreehugginGlock
Take a pill Dom. You're PMSing again and it's getting old.

Treehuggin,
Your just so fun to tease it hard not to pick on you.

domzilla9
02-26-2007, 16:21
I thought you would prefer "Marksmistress"

:devildance:

:rock:

TreehugginGlock
02-26-2007, 20:25
That works for me too. :sharon:

glockguy609
02-27-2007, 07:25
Originally posted by TreehugginGlock
I'm willing to learn if Jim's willing to teach. Can we do this on the weekend?

That would be cool... I'm always willing to keep score even though my public school edumacation shows through when I do it.:uglylol:

TreehugginGlock
02-27-2007, 10:14
Originally posted by glockguy609
That would be cool... I'm always willing to keep score even though my public school edumacation shows through when I do it.:uglylol: That's okay. We'll let you borrow our fingers if you run out of your own.

glockguy609
02-27-2007, 10:49
Originally posted by TreehugginGlock
That's okay. We'll let you borrow our fingers if you run out of your own.

As usual decency standards (GT's not mine ;) ) prevent me from responding to that :devildance:

TreehugginGlock
02-27-2007, 18:41
Originally posted by glockguy609
As usual decency standards (GT's not mine ;) ) prevent me from responding to that :devildance: That's okay. The bouncing eyebrows in your avatar say it all. ;)

Lwolfnky
02-28-2007, 20:53
I have RO'd or SO'd for several years. I did it at BGSL for IDPA, GSSF Matches and in Frankfort when we were running IDPA matches. I am always willing to help out and am interested on taking any refresher courses that may be taught. I expressed to Win (sp.) at the last indoor GSSF match at the Bluegrass Indoor Range that I was willing to help him out by assisting running that match.

Just let me know how I can help. But remember, I drive from Frankfort to these matches.

Thanks!!

domzilla9
02-28-2007, 21:36
Does anyone know how wide the left bay is at BIR? I should have measured it today.