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what is going on @ butner.
any news ye hope the boys from florida are doing gooddddddd
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There are 148 competitors at the F-Class nationals. I will have photos and scoring tomorrow. The internet was down at the hotel I could not send info sooner.
Thursday was 600 yards. The wind was light but the air was cold for those of us from Florida.
The Port Malabar Team was spread all over the line from target 3 to 45. Paolo was having some scope issues otherwise all the equipment was working. Leeann is really shooting well. I think she was high woman in the open class.
The Port Malabar Team scored a 789 in the 600 team match. I was very proud of their work on this one. The scores were not posted when I left today. Friday is 1000 yards individual and 1000 team at the end of the day.
I will do better tomorrow.
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I hope the old boys from the hot land do very good.
I did not know of paolo was there i talked to him today. i was @ burlington over the weekend. see you this week end.
I am ready for saturday & sunday
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"The wind was light but the air was cold for those of us from Florida."
Be glad then it's not Lodi this year! Today's in the upper 40's....
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hi Steve this is frank. keep on giong & shoot well.
Tomorrow i will shoot @ palm bay. 2 days. hope all of you do well.frank diaz
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Well the Port Malabar 600 yard Team score did earn third place. Wow I am proud of these guys.
Today we dropped down in points at 1000. Steve Garaci did shoot THIRD OVERALL at 1000 so he is coming home with 2 medals so far.
Friday is the last day. All individual at 1000 yards.
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Does anybody have a link to pending records that were set and individual scores for all three days?