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Took the class from Spur Roberts twice world champion. The class room wasn't much time but there was a world of information that we learned there. Then it was time for the range time and shootin stages there was only 4 of us was suppost to be 10 but we had 4. Fun loard yes we had fun 4 hours of shooting and learnin. Practise is the key and how you practise, heck I thought I was good with a shotgun. I found out different. Not my shootin folks but my reloadin so I am workin on that. Need to work on my right handed shootin and I am goin to do that this afternoon. Men I have my work cut out for mer and time is in short supply but I sure hope I can make a much better shown at the comin at ya than I have in the past. I have been shootin this here game less well guess its six months and I am being told how much more advanced I am than when the top shooters started.
I don't really compete with anyone but myself, I guess its the trainin of a rifle man that I was learned in the Army. Ya know there is nothing better in the the world than the American Rifle Man. The American Rifle Men must hit his mark each and everytime no matter what hit the mark.
 

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Not surprising....you go to learn, you don't know it all already, you pay attention, and you give it all you've got.....no wonder you learn fast!!!!!! Keep up the great work!!!
 

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thanks sheepdog.
 

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Seems like there is always more to learn if you are willing to listen. Way to go Snuffy. :)
 

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world champion...............now that is definately learnin' from the best!

its amazin' sometimes how just a slight different method of doin' somethin' with the tips and tricks can really help ya out on things.........change the method, angle, or finger placement can change a score and the times.................

that's why i like them small classes-----the smaller the better for instruction........
 

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Yes your so right the smaller class is easy for all there as ya get more out of it. It was a blast it was pretty much non stop shootin as fast as ya could get loaded he was ready to move to another shootin set up. Y ahad to shoot that set up until ya got it right, then move on to something else. If was fast and furious for sure if I had the money I'd be on my way back today lol.
 
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