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 on: September 23, 2017, 08:51PM 
Started by OK CORRAL GUN CLUB - Last post by OK CORRAL GUN CLUB
Good afternoon everyone thank you to everyone that came out and participated in our September Registered NSCA shoot, to see your scores please go to scoringpro.com, if you have any questions please give us a call at (863)357-2226, and we look forward to seeing everyone at our next shoot on October 28th.

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 on: September 23, 2017, 12:00AM 
Started by OK CORRAL GUN CLUB - Last post by OK CORRAL GUN CLUB
Good afternoon everyone tomorrow for out September NSCA shoot registration will start at 7:30 AM and you can begin shooting as early as 8:00 AM because of the chance of afternoon showers, if you have any questions please give us a call at (863)357-2226, we look forward to seeing everyone there.https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/34972:4:US

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 on: September 21, 2017, 02:04PM 
Started by K80 - Last post by jtw
No Jeff not at all.   7 Springs and Nemacolin have great trappers that do a good job.

They have the same trappers at every shoot and they know what needs done.

The biggest problems I have seen are at the really big shoots like the US Open.


Ah, OK.

One of the interesting things about shooting Nationals on the early Sat-Sun rotation, is it's the first time for a lot of the  cadets they use for scorekeepers. They're very polite, but pretty unschooled in the way of scoring.  IT usually takes a day or two for them to figure everything out.

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 on: September 21, 2017, 12:57PM 
Started by K80 - Last post by K80
No Jeff not at all.   7 Springs and Nemacolin have great trappers that do a good job.

They have the same trappers at every shoot and they know what needs done.

The biggest problems I have seen are at the really big shoots like the US Open.

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 on: September 21, 2017, 06:01AM 
Started by K80 - Last post by jtw
There is a talk going on at Facebook about doing away with trappers and score keepers.

99% of the time the people they pull off the street have no idea what they are doing or what the rules are.

Don't get me wrong there are some great trappers. Most of them are at M & M.

The shooters know more about the sport than anyone.

It would be a large money savings.

If the clubs did it right the money saved would go to cutting the shoot fees.

What does everyone think?

Who is this "they" who give this 99% of trappers are unqualified number?
In PA, aside from the state shoot, the only events left I'm aware of with trappers are at Nemacolin and 7Springs. Factoryville used to have trappers for the Coors, but I wasn't able to go this year so I don't know if they still do. (they dropped to 1 day for cost reasons).  Nemacolin and 7Spring's trappers seem pretty on the ball.  Are you saying 99% of their trappers are unqualified?

I go to M&M and occasionally see a green trapper or two, but most of their people are seasoned. 

I personally want qualified trappers at registered shoots.  If there aren't qualified trappers, I probably won't go to a registered shoot.  I am not going to launch into a mud-slinging fest over cheating, but I happen to feel strongly that having trappers provides some credibility and integrity to the shoot. 



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 on: September 20, 2017, 07:07PM 
Started by K80 - Last post by wesr
That would cheapen the larger shoots. For the small monthly shoots, its ok if clubs want to do that. We don't choose that route at the shooting academy but it works for some clubs.

Wes

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 on: September 19, 2017, 10:07PM 
Started by "SMOKIN GUNS" - Last post by "SMOKIN GUNS"
The California Hill Gun Club is hosting a fun, scramble shoot on Sunday, October 1st!!

Click Here for More Info

Get a team of 3 or 4 together and join us for awesome targets (with THE BEST view!), food, and drink.

Prizes will be awarded.

Hope to see you there!

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 on: September 19, 2017, 09:30PM 
Started by K80 - Last post by K80
There is a talk going on at Facebook about doing away with trappers and score keepers.

99% of the time the people they pull off the street have no idea what they are doing or what the rules are.

Don't get me wrong there are some great trappers. Most of them are at M & M.

The shooters know more about the sport than anyone.

It would be a large money savings.

If the clubs did it right the money saved would go to cutting the shoot fees.

What does everyone think?

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 on: September 19, 2017, 09:04PM 
Started by K80 - Last post by K80
For Sale Custom Made Truck Gun Box

$500.00

Must be picked up at my house.


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 on: September 18, 2017, 01:02AM 
Started by eyeonbird - Last post by eyeonbird
Lets see what Kev, Ed and the crew have in store

Squadding at 10 and 130
Lunch and Scorekeepers included in reg fees

Come on over up or down to SCSA...in Medina Ohio

Reg on winscore...

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