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Paul Bendix
11-03-2008, 10:18 AM
Sat. Nov 1 results
Only 5 shooters and all shot Unlimited Class

David Shattuck 245 6x 246 2X 249 4X 740 12X

Doug Shea 247 3X 248 4X 244 5X 739 12X

Paul Bendix 243 3X 244 3X 246 3X 733 9X

Norm Lieber 241 3X 245 4X 246 1X 732 8X

Craig Phillips 243 1X 221 0X 244 5X 708 6X

David changed scopes and is going back to the one he has shot all the 250's with. Theoben .177 JSB

Doug changed his rest and is going back to his car jack. .22 Theoben JSB

I used my .177 Theoben that Doug helped me respring, reseal and New Mod.

Norm shot his .177 AA MPR-FT JSB and improved each target.

Craig shot his S10 for the first two targets but had an air leak and couldn't get 25 shots out of it. Not sure what he shot the last target with.

Hope to see more shooters at the Dec. Shoot.

Paul Bendix

11-03-2008, 01:15 PM
Nice shooting all,

Craig shot his QB 78 or is it 79? on HPA for that last target.

Dave Shattuck
11-03-2008, 03:47 PM
Nice shooting to everyone. And Paul, great job!

Man, I sure am going to miss not being around for the next couple of shoots as this is a great group of guys to hang out with. But, when the need for a fix-up comes, the needy must go.


11-03-2008, 04:30 PM

Good luck with the knee "tuneups"! Hope your Dr isn't building a house and hard to get ahold of lol.

We will save you a spot first shoot in 2009!

11-03-2008, 05:31 PM
Good Shooting, guys. Wish I could have been there, but there were too many projects to get down around the house before the real cold weather gets here.

I talked to Dan Gibeault on Fri, and he said he'd probably take a ride out to Holbrook with me for the December shoot.

Paul Bendix
11-03-2008, 08:38 PM
Thanks for telling me what gun Craig shot on the last card.
Dave, I hope both your knee's turn out well. I wonder if the DR will put a greese fitting in. Maybe Molykote 33 would work also.
Todd and Dan, Your welcome at Holbrook anytime. I hear rumors you bought an air compressor!
Craig, Too bad my 400 bottle didn't fit your S10. Did you leave a Gray Stride write Jacket at Holbrook at the Oct. shoot? If so it's on the coat rack at Holbrook.
I hope the Carrol brothers can make the December shoot.


Jon Carroll
11-04-2008, 09:54 AM
Hi guys,

Some nice scores. Sorry Jeff and I couldn't make the last shoot - works been busy as heck (good problem to have in this economy) Planning on being there for the Dec. shoot. See ya all soon.


11-04-2008, 05:40 PM
No Compressor here, but I did get a break on my last fill. They charged me $8 for each tank the first time I got them filled, and only $4 each this time:D Nice cold fill this time, too. I probably won't need to make the 35 mile drive to the scuba shop till next Spring:D:D

Dave Shattuck
11-06-2008, 09:26 AM

What happened to the military surplus compressor, or is that a sore subject?

11-06-2008, 01:33 PM
Nice scores guy :)

11-06-2008, 07:42 PM
I wish I could get something like that, but it's not in the cards right now. We just bought a new Pellet stove, a ton of pellets(wood, but they appear to be close to .22:D), and Kathy says the next big ticket items on the list are a new washer and dryer:o Damn, I sound like a married guy:rolleyes::D

Dave Shattuck
11-07-2008, 10:20 AM
Hey, you've got no grip with Kathy as I think she's been very understanding about the way you "were going to hold off until next year before jumping into this airgun thing" ...and didn't. How many guns have passed through your hands since the first one? 4? 5? Or is it 6?

Sounds to me like you'll be buying Kathy a new washer and dryer for Christmas. Don't forget to look at the Fridgidaire Gallery H/D Front Loader. They're a little more money than a top-loader, but it's the best washer we've very had, and I do all the laundry.

Say "Hi" to Kathy for me,


11-08-2008, 06:12 PM
Kathy says "Hi" back. You're right, she's been real good about my shooting,umm...addiction....obsession...but if you remember, some of those airguns passed "through" my hands because I got in trouble for buying them:o

All the laundry, eh? I never do laundry....I'm too busy doing all the cooking here;) If she gets a new washer and dryer, I want a new Viking stove, preferably a 6 burner model:D

11-08-2008, 10:19 PM
I'm too busy doing all the cooking here;) If she gets a new washer and dryer, I want a new Viking stove, preferably a 6 burner model:D

That's just the off-season attitude talking. A Viking 6 burner will be nice through the winter -- you can cook and bake to your heart's delight. But, pretty soon you'll be dreaming up new purchases for the start-up competitions next Spring.

Congrats to the air gun shooter's. Your scores continue to rise with the experience you've gained.

No air gun for me this year. I'm putting in solid core 6 panel doors and maybe start on a bathroom renovation. :eek:

But I sense a new stock for my 541 sometime after the New Year.

Dave - Wishing you the best with your operation(s). Take the recovery slow and don't push yourself.


lead head
11-09-2008, 05:52 AM
Boy Renegade you sure are lucky I have to do all the washing and the cooking around my house. I must be doing or have done something wrong at onetime or another..
Also nice scores.

gordon gauge
11-12-2008, 08:30 PM
Dave, good luck with the knees. Not much one can say but, I've been there too. Best Regards, JH