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Old 05-22-2007, 14:04   #1
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KAPS on Sunday the 27th?

Anyone planning on going to KAPS this Sunday? I'd like to go, but not 100% comfortable finding the place by myself. Anyone want to carpool?
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Old 05-22-2007, 18:28   #2
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I say we all get together at the waffel house at brooks road for a caravan like last month. 9:00 AM laeve by 9:15 Am should get us there in plenty of time per Doms suggestion tonight. I enjoyed last month with all of us shooting together and this time we can RO our own squad.
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Old 05-22-2007, 19:14   #3
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I'm there. NO RANGE NAZISES on our squad.
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Old 05-22-2007, 20:07   #4
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Maybe. Let me check my schedule. I would guess the Nazi will try and shoot with another squad but if he does ask "Just say no" or perhaps "HELL NO".
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Old 05-26-2007, 21:29   #5
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I'm in. I'll be at the Waffle House.
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Old 05-26-2007, 21:40   #6
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Waffle House it is. See you there.
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Old 05-27-2007, 05:49   #7
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Waffle house it is.
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Had a great time. John and LA: how did the second rounds go?
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Old 05-27-2007, 17:55   #11
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Had a great time. John and LA: how did the second rounds go?

It was shot much better when I was tired on the second round. I get so hyped up that I can't shoot sometimes.

Leigh Ann shot well.

I wonder why they did not run the classifer, CM99-12, that they said they were going to have?
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I wonder why they did not run the classifer, CM99-12, that they said they were going to have?
Because they ran CM03-04 "3-V" instead?
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jimminy cricket john, ease off that trigger bar
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I had a great time myself. Shot well, great company. I'd also like to thank Michael ( don't know his last name ), his tips on R.O.ing was
helpfull and made it more enjoyable.
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Because they ran CM03-04 "3-V" instead?
Your a master of the obvious.

Micheal's last name is Rhea.

Great guy to shoot with.
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Old 05-28-2007, 05:19   #16
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jimminy cricket john, ease off that trigger bar
You 1911 neophyte. 1911's don't have trigger bars Dom.

I'm still suffering from heat fatigue.
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Old 05-28-2007, 06:58   #17
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No kidding, After spending the whole day in that heat you have to be slow cooked. I left at 1:30 and I felt wiped out even after a good nap.
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You 1911 neophyte. 1911's don't have trigger bars Dom.

I'm still suffering from heat fatigue.
That was the hardest part for me. I was down for the count for the rest of the night from heat fatigue.

Thanks for the good company and conversation, John. Disappointed I didn't get to keep my tip, though.

I heard from a lady out there last weekend, that the match I'm going to in a couple of weekends in NC is in the middle of a tobacco field with little to no shade. Yikes. Considering it's a 2 day shoot, I'm praying for clouds, for some relief, but of course, no rain. That would be worse. 2 days mucking around in the mud.
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Old 05-28-2007, 21:07   #19
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That was the hardest part for me. I was down for the count for the rest of the night from heat fatigue.

Thanks for the good company and conversation, John. Disappointed I didn't get to keep my tip, though.

I heard from a lady out there last weekend, that the match I'm going to in a couple of weekends in NC is in the middle of a tobacco field with little to no shade. Yikes. Considering it's a 2 day shoot, I'm praying for clouds, for some relief, but of course, no rain. That would be worse. 2 days mucking around in the mud.

I had to take a nap and I was also out for the night.

I'll give you a tip next time my sweet.

Take an umbrella and a chair and plenty of water.
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That was my MRS. "Bonnie"

Frank puts on a great show - I dubt you will even notice the weather the 2 days will go fast.

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Old 05-29-2007, 21:15   #21
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That was my MRS. "Bonnie"

Frank puts on a great show - I dubt you will even notice the weather the 2 days will go fast.

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Thanks. Really excited about it. First time to fly with my firearm, too. Giving myself lots of time to make sure I have it right with no snags.

I could have sworn she said her name was Patty, but my bad. You know how earplugs play funny tricks on your hearing. Tell Mrs. Bonnie to your Clyde that I enjoyed the conversation though we were not able to have a thorough one. Perhaps I'll run into her next month and give a report on how I did at the Carolina Cup.
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You are correct, Patty is Bonnie to my Clyde (Wink, Wink). Hopefully she will come out next month.
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Thanks. Really excited about it. First time to fly with my firearm, too. Giving myself lots of time to make sure I have it right with no snags.

I could have sworn she said her name was Patty, but my bad. You know how earplugs play funny tricks on your hearing. Tell Mrs. Bonnie to your Clyde that I enjoyed the conversation though we were not able to have a thorough one. Perhaps I'll run into her next month and give a report on how I did at the Carolina Cup.
Advice: Tell the counter person you are CHECKING a firearm, not CARRYING a firearm. Whole different procedure, needless to say.

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Old 05-30-2007, 19:57   #24
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Advice: Tell the counter person you are CHECKING a firearm, not CARRYING a firearm. Whole different procedure, needless to say.

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Thanks for the tip. I'll try to remember.
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Heck, since we're at it:

The counter folks don't really get that concerned, they've done it enough. All you do is fill out a little card with your personal info, and it goes inside the case. I think the big gotchas are:

1. Ammo separate from gun
2. Gun in locked case
3. Ammo in original boxes (they checked this the last time I went)
4. 11 pound limit on ammo

Those were the bits that they actually seemed to check when I flew a few months ago. Just follow the bag to TSA in case they need your key, and you're good to go.

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