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Old 10-08-2006, 00:48   #1
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Asean League Championship

anyone joining this event?
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Old 10-08-2006, 01:20   #2
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Re: Asean League Championship

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anyone joining this event?
i think master Allegra will be going there para mang-asar lang.
but if your planning to go, just try to hock-up with cebuboy & the Kamagaong Gun Club Boys.(ok pa sa alright kasama mga yun. )
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Old 10-08-2006, 01:36   #3
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I'll be there squad T wed to watch over a friend so he doesnt shoot his foot off hehe ( where's coach jojo when you need him )
I recognizd , Jun Gino who's also a member of BOGs on the same squad shooting production
Plus the cebuano production shooters

Syet , almost wish kasali ako, Lami bay!!

Are you from Cebu? Bukas pa ba ang Fuel? Musicbox?Abbey sa WF?
It's been awhile
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I'll be there squad T wed to watch over a friend so he doesnt shoot his foot off hehe ( where's coach jojo when you need him )
I recognizd , Jun Gino who's also a member of BOGs on the same squad shooting production
Plus the cebuano production shooters

Syet , almost wish kasali ako, Lami bay!!

Are you from Cebu? Bukas pa ba ang Fuel? Musicbox?Abbey sa WF?
It's been awhile
yup i'm from cebu master A.
Sorry wala na ako update kung bukas paba yang mga yan sa WF.
Last na punta ko kasi diyan is when Sheryn Regis guested the Cebu Pop Music Festival held there few years back, noong katatapus palang siyang talunin ni Eric Santos.
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Old 10-08-2006, 03:58   #5
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Mco, Shihan, gundog, GMV, and me were at Armscor today. Jag came by late in the afternoon to practice. Eric G was running his seminar...guess kung sinong BOG ang nasa seminar ni Eric?


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Mco, Shihan, gundog, GMV, and me were at Armscor today. Jag came by late in the afternoon to practice. Eric G was running his seminar...guess kung sinong BOG ang nasa seminar ni Eric?


si Ahtsay!!!!!!!!
naks madatung si Athsay...lagari siguro sa Chicos..
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Old 10-08-2006, 04:34   #7
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Hey Ahtsay share mo naman matututuhan mo from EG.
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Old 10-08-2006, 06:08   #8
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Mco, Shihan, gundog, GMV, and me were at Armscor today. Jag came by late in the afternoon to practice. Eric G was running his seminar...guess kung sinong BOG ang nasa seminar ni Eric?


si Ahtsay!!!!!!!!
kung hihingi ng tip sa aken si ahtsay...una kong tip sa kanya ay wag niyang iiwanan baril sa range.

back to topic:

i will be in squad Z with fellow malabon shooters. our flight's on tuesday morning.
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Old 10-08-2006, 06:17   #9
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kung hihingi ng tip sa aken si ahtsay...una kong tip sa kanya ay wag niyang iiwanan baril sa range.

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Old 10-08-2006, 11:27   #10
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Damn! I was going to surprise everyone with my new moves pa naman sana! Sasabihin ko ako nag imbento ng moves, sayang! Now my secret is out. The course was great! Learned a lot and the first rule they told us was that if you're going to practice, please bring your gun to the range The 2 days was gruelling and Eric's dad GG was really strict that we all get stressed out if its time to shoot na. Medyo OT pero I want to describe what he does. Eric will teach us a technique....say strong hand to weak hand transfer. After that we go and practice while dry firing...after 5 mins GG will start shouting "FIRST SHOOTER!!!! ON THE LINE NOOOOOOOOOWWWW!!!!!" This is not like a friend shouting at you...not even close. Its like a drill seargent shouting at a new recruit. Anyways, you take your position and shoot the drill. If at any point you do something wrong, he will SHOUT at you to stop and scold you like an 8 year old kid. Hey, don't get me wrong people, I'm not criticizing his method because it works! (That's how you produce a world champion kid I guess) All of us were 100% focused on the task because of his demeanor. Anyways, we are also not allowed to shoot Delta's. After the exercise, he will check the targets...for every Delta that you shoot, you will loose one magazine . That means if you shoot 4 Deltas and you only have 4 mags, you go sit down and watch the others shoot. hehehe!!!! You'd have to wait for a break in order to retrieve your mags which could be like 1 to 2 hours depending on when you lost your mags. Anyways, I think that kind of discipline was really effective because after that the shooting really really really slowed down.
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Old 10-08-2006, 17:25   #11
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Anyways, we are also not allowed to shoot Delta's. After the exercise, he will check the targets...for every Delta that you shoot, you will loose one magazine . That means if you shoot 4 Deltas and you only have 4 mags, you go sit down and watch the others shoot. hehehe!!!! You'd have to wait for a break in order to retrieve your mags which could be like 1 to 2 hours depending on when you lost your mags. Anyways, I think that kind of discipline was really effective because after that the shooting really really really slowed down.
we heard it wasn't so much of a problem for dr. delos santos who brought 8 mags?! if that was true, ang galing talaga ng pinoy!
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Old 10-08-2006, 20:41   #12
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Damn! I was going to surprise everyone with my new moves pa naman sana! Sasabihin ko ako nag imbento ng moves, sayang! Now my secret is out. The course was great! Learned a lot and the first rule they told us was that if you're going to practice, please bring your gun to the range The 2 days was gruelling and Eric's dad GG was really strict that we all get stressed out if its time to shoot na. Medyo OT pero I want to describe what he does. Eric will teach us a technique....say strong hand to weak hand transfer. After that we go and practice while dry firing...after 5 mins GG will start shouting "FIRST SHOOTER!!!! ON THE LINE NOOOOOOOOOWWWW!!!!!" This is not like a friend shouting at you...not even close. Its like a drill seargent shouting at a new recruit. Anyways, you take your position and shoot the drill. If at any point you do something wrong, he will SHOUT at you to stop and scold you like an 8 year old kid. Hey, don't get me wrong people, I'm not criticizing his method because it works! (That's how you produce a world champion kid I guess) All of us were 100% focused on the task because of his demeanor. Anyways, we are also not allowed to shoot Delta's. After the exercise, he will check the targets...for every Delta that you shoot, you will loose one magazine . That means if you shoot 4 Deltas and you only have 4 mags, you go sit down and watch the others shoot. hehehe!!!! You'd have to wait for a break in order to retrieve your mags which could be like 1 to 2 hours depending on when you lost your mags. Anyways, I think that kind of discipline was really effective because after that the shooting really really really slowed down.


Galing! But sana longer, 1 week or 5 day class I bet mas madami sasali
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Doc Joey daming dinalang mags nga. Ako naman dala ko mag ng gun that I was not using that day. So if I do shoot Deltas I just throw in the mags that I'm not going to use anyway . On the second day humiram pa ako ng mags sa friend ko just to be sure...so I had 8 mags to spare plus 4 that I'm actually using.
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its time to put an Athsay's corner here at GT...


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Old 10-09-2006, 03:44   #15
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Damn! I was going to surprise everyone with my new moves pa naman sana! Sasabihin ko ako nag imbento ng moves, sayang! Now my secret is out. The course was great! Learned a lot and the first rule they told us was that if you're going to practice, please bring your gun to the range The 2 days was gruelling and Eric's dad GG was really strict that we all get stressed out if its time to shoot na. Medyo OT pero I want to describe what he does. Eric will teach us a technique....say strong hand to weak hand transfer. After that we go and practice while dry firing...after 5 mins GG will start shouting "FIRST SHOOTER!!!! ON THE LINE NOOOOOOOOOWWWW!!!!!" This is not like a friend shouting at you...not even close. Its like a drill seargent shouting at a new recruit. Anyways, you take your position and shoot the drill. If at any point you do something wrong, he will SHOUT at you to stop and scold you like an 8 year old kid. Hey, don't get me wrong people, I'm not criticizing his method because it works! (That's how you produce a world champion kid I guess) All of us were 100% focused on the task because of his demeanor. Anyways, we are also not allowed to shoot Delta's. After the exercise, he will check the targets...for every Delta that you shoot, you will loose one magazine . That means if you shoot 4 Deltas and you only have 4 mags, you go sit down and watch the others shoot. hehehe!!!! You'd have to wait for a break in order to retrieve your mags which could be like 1 to 2 hours depending on when you lost your mags. Anyways, I think that kind of discipline was really effective because after that the shooting really really really slowed down.
Eto lang ang summary ng course ni eric. "Shoot A's fast on all the drills you encounter". nothing more nothing less

Ahtsay, dapat magsetup ng next bogs practice session
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WOW instructor na hehehe
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Eto lang ang summary ng course ni eric. "Shoot A's fast on all the drills you encounter". nothing more nothing less
holy sitsiritsit alibangbang (kanta ni Teroy yan)! ginagaya na niya mga turo mo GM Jason!
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Damn! I was going to surprise everyone with my new moves pa naman sana! Sasabihin ko ako nag imbento ng moves, sayang! Now my secret is out. The course was great! Learned a lot and the first rule they told us was that if you're going to practice, please bring your gun to the range The 2 days was gruelling and Eric's dad GG was really strict that we all get stressed out if its time to shoot na. Medyo OT pero I want to describe what he does. Eric will teach us a technique....say strong hand to weak hand transfer. After that we go and practice while dry firing...after 5 mins GG will start shouting "FIRST SHOOTER!!!! ON THE LINE NOOOOOOOOOWWWW!!!!!" This is not like a friend shouting at you...not even close. Its like a drill seargent shouting at a new recruit. Anyways, you take your position and shoot the drill. If at any point you do something wrong, he will SHOUT at you to stop and scold you like an 8 year old kid. Hey, don't get me wrong people, I'm not criticizing his method because it works! (That's how you produce a world champion kid I guess) All of us were 100% focused on the task because of his demeanor. Anyways, we are also not allowed to shoot Delta's. After the exercise, he will check the targets...for every Delta that you shoot, you will loose one magazine . That means if you shoot 4 Deltas and you only have 4 mags, you go sit down and watch the others shoot. hehehe!!!! You'd have to wait for a break in order to retrieve your mags which could be like 1 to 2 hours depending on when you lost your mags. Anyways, I think that kind of discipline was really effective because after that the shooting really really really slowed down.
Bro, kailan ka uli putok MPSAI? Show us the moves naman!
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Eto lang ang summary ng course ni eric. "Shoot A's fast on all the drills you encounter". nothing more nothing less

Ahtsay, dapat magsetup ng next bogs practice session
That's the problem w/ ipsc
some guys just shoot A's faster hehehe
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Old 10-11-2006, 07:21   #21
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Wala ba tayong daily updates sa laban na ire?
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unconfirmed report:

one of our shooter here in iligan was hit by a ricochet and is set to undergo operation tomorrow. i hope it's not that serious of an injury. makes me wonder how safe the setup is on that league.
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Rama: Of local boys and the French phenom
By Karlon N. Rama
Stage five

FRANCE’s Eric Grauffel dominated the Open Division of the Asean League Championship, which closed at the Cebu Pistol and Rifle Association (CPRA) last Saturday, showing again the form that made him World Shoot Champion thrice.

He had a straightforward yet unforgiving game plan when he went in and took on his first few stages of the competition last Thursday– to play consistently and to not make any mistakes.

And he did just that.

Shooters from the Philippine Team likewise made waves in the competition, with Jag Lejano and Stephen Hinojales taking econd and third spot to the French phenom.

Moreover, the hotly contested Standard Division championship trophy went to the hands Nelson Uygongco.

Cebu City’s Dino Cinco, for his part, won the gold in the Standard Division’s junior category and was granted the coveted International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC) President’s Medal.

Jag (real name Jeufro) was the Modified Division champion in the last World Shoot, held in Ecuador.

Hinojales, meanwhile, was no.13 in the Open Division of that match.

The official results are yet to be posted both at the CPRA and the Philippine Practical Shooting Association websites.

The competition in the Open Division category is the fastest and most action-packed in practical shooting matches.

Here, shooters use pistols that have been enhanced with electronic optical devices for faster target-acquisition and compensators to lessen recoil and keep the gap between the first and second shots short.

Impressive. Grauffel, in an interview last Oct. 10, had predicted that shooters from Team Philippines would clinch top spots in the match.

He said he’d observed how shooters like Lejano and Hinojales performed in Ecuador and, before that, the Austral-Asian Championships in Bali, Indonesia, where the two landed both in the top five in the overalls.

Grauffel also had his eyes out for another Filipino shooter, a 15-year-old boy by the name of Kenneth Ray Augustin who, according to sources, landed seventh in the Open Division and clinched the junior category trophy.

Grauffel said the Philippines has more or less about the same firearm laws as France and both governments recognize practical shooting as a legitimate sport.

But getting into shooting is more expensive here than in France where competition among firearm and ammunition makers drives costs lower.

Augustine is the incumbent Space City Challenge Open Division champion. He clinched the title in a match held in Houston, Texas, earlier this year.

I saw the boy in action as he took on Stage 23, overseen by Chief Range Officer Ceferino Layao, at the height of the competition. He posted the fastest time.

Embarrassing. An entry written by Brian Enos, one of the top shooting athletes the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) ever produced, in the forum section of his www.brianenos.com website is very disconcerting.

Those who can ought to do something.

He headlined the post as the “first successful fraud order in my store in seven years” and addressed it “to the Philippines.”

Apparently, the buyer (full name is mentioned in the website), of San Antonio Village 2, Cebu City, placed an order for $95.38 worth of Slide-Glide, a special firearm lubricant, and some brushes from the gunshop that Brian Enos owns and markets on the web.

The order was charged to a credit card account that, later on, turned out to be owned by somebody else who complained about the unauthorized transaction.

Further down the post, he wrote: “This issue brings up another issue regarding overseas sales. I’m about ready to set my store for US sales only. International orders are pretty much just a loser overall. It’s amazing how many orders I have to re-send, especially to the Philippines. A lot of stuff just never shows up.”

(knrama@gmail.com)



(October 16, 2006 issue)
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