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3200 man wrote:I use to look at it this way , 30% added to the pie made for a good week of shooting , given the 70 % to the buyer that
( in most cases ) didn't shoot well but , did invest his money wisely , he hoped !
I could name a bunch of Trap Shooting Best but , I don't want to leave someone out !
That Okie dressed in white was a showman , he shoots sporting clays now was fun to talk to .
I remember a fella , the more he ate , the better he shot .
and the wheeler and dealer from your neck of the woods , everything he had was for sale , signs everywhere .
Then there was Dan , the man to beat but , hard to catch if you missed , (1)
Love it !
R. Chapman wrote:The thing about him was he had a voice that was pleasurable to listen to. Nothing against Tim Bradley or Tom Knapp but I can't and couldn't stand to listen to them. Their voice is annoying.
Sent from the middle of nowhere.
threedogs wrote: I shoot mostly skeet these days .... as trap, for me , is too easy .
mudpack wrote:threedogs wrote: I shoot mostly skeet these days .... as trap, for me , is too easy .
Interesting. 99% of shooters who are really good at clays will opine that skeet is the easier game.
Instead of "easy", I think you mean "monotonous" when describing American trap. Even the very best trapshooters don't say it's easy. Shooting trap is easy. Shooting winning trap scores is anything but.
3200 man wrote:This would be a suggestion for threedogs !
Ben Avery , North of Phoenix offers a viridity of shooting disciplines you mite want to consider , that pay good money
to the winner , along with Las Vegas County Shooting Park just to name a couple . You pay your money to compete and
you'll see , just how good you are ! I'm sure you will be entertained with all the , Clubs have to offer .
And , if you do have the ability that you speak of , don't wast it on this forum when there's money to be made and
your Name will go up in Lights.......Like the Champions we Admire in the record Books , that , shoot competition guns !
PS , don't wast your talent on a keyboard , you could be a blinking Star , that needs to Shine Bright ? Maybe .
cootlover wrote:If I do it all the time it's not called luck I have people tell me all the time they can't believe a 20 ga are 28 ga can shoot so far I think to myself they don't get it . I love the 28 ga I have a model 37 Ithaca 28 ga with AAA wood man it shoots as good as it looks.
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