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  • Super senior and master class Staggered stakes

    What is your opinion of the staggered stake personally think it was a great idea and would hope that Mike would continue doing it both days it seams to have went quicker an was more fun what are every ones opinion ? Just saying

  • #2
    I like the idea....especially in the open pines....an open spaces at metropolis. ...not really faster...but it sort of stops the target pacing

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    • #3
      I really liked it--- seemed it went faster to me --- no walking targets --- and I could stagger the targets without even having a drink !!!

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      • #4
        Whenever we can, and the range lay-out is appropriate - can't do it on the power-line in Kentucky as an example - we will use the zig-zag set-up for ranges that shoot unknown distance. One of the main problem with this set-up is sorting out ranges that have multiple classes that are co-mingled. If we co-mingle a couple of the Masters with the Supers I understand that won't be an issue.

        Mike@ASA

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        • #5
          For me that is not a problem I like shooting with everybody if we could get 4 more to agree that would fix it I think

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          • #6
            Not a problem with me either --- I already did that last year at one of the shoots when the Supers were short on a couple of stakes, and the Masters were over on a couple of stakes --- still had fun, and met some new younger people.

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            • #7
              thought it worked out very well.

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              • #8
                Agree with Older. Did seem to go faster and there was no impressions of having to wait for a slower group. Keep up the good work.

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                • #9
                  I agree with the gray headed "older" man too! I definitely thought it went faster and I loved the change.............. As far as mixing with the Supers is concerned, heck I've always liked all those younger little fellers. If they treat me nice I might even use my old age experience to teach 'em a new trick or two.

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                  • #10
                    Roll over. Sit up. Beg. Fetch...those are tricks we can teach those young pups and they need to pay attention.

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                    • #11
                      And I could contribute a few few shooting tricks that I seem to have quite a bit of experience in demonstrating, that would include flinching, jerking, punching, torqueing, peeking, leaning, tripping, stumbling, as well a few other tricks Carlosii has taught me over the years.

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                      • #12
                        I always heard the best teacher skills are learnt from "experience" --- heck Clawed, now yer fit ta "teach", since y'all got "schooled" by the best !!!

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