View Full Version : Thanks Rick Graham

Jeff Welker
08-20-2008, 11:07 AM
I just recieved my 2nd set of flags from Rick Graham and I need to do some bragging about the quality of Rick's work. The craftsmanship, materials and design are strictly "top drawer". In addition, I can't imagine working with a nicer person than Rick.

While I know there are others that also make/sell some very good flags; I am clearly biased towards Rick.

As a new shooter in 100/200 BR; trying to find and acquire the "right" high quality equipment can sometimes be challenging. Lucky for me, I was introduced to Rick early on. From my perspective, Rick's flags are the best.

Jeff Welker

PS - This is definately a shameless plug.

08-20-2008, 11:58 AM
he is even nicer in person ,


many of us canadians will be travelling to the tacoma shoot for the washington state 3 gun next weekend and picking up some stuff from rick.

We hope to beat up on them a bit more this time, instead of 3 or 4 in the top ten maybe three out of the top 5 this time, as we get 30 thou off our group if we use locally manufactured flags, bat actions and of course buy stuff from russ haydon (west coast hippie).

to answer your question, yes you are correct.


Jeff Welker
08-20-2008, 02:59 PM
I wondered if under that good natured veneer lurked a "hardcore" benchrest competitor ;)

Rick generously invited me to leave my comfort zone in sunny AZ to shoot Tacoma this year. Unfortunately, I could not work it into my schedule - next year for sure. For anyone that likes both BR and golf, less than five miles west of the Tacoma Range is the Chambers Bay Golf Course. It is scheduled to host the 2010 US Amateur and 2015 US Open Championships. Throw an extra day into you trip to shoot Tacoma and play one of the best new courses in the USA.