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bryan
07-19-2009, 04:07 PM
Heavy Varmint 200
Charles Huckeba .2534 and small group .220
Larry Baggett .2649
Jim Erickson .2739
Don Mulhall .2833
Bryan Armatys .2880

Light Varmint 200
Jim Bawden .2532
Mike Cordes .2815 and small group .238
Lester Bruno .2928
Dean Thomas .2943
Roy Damron .2969

HV Grand
Jim Erickson .2388
Bryan Armatys .2595
Larry Baggett .2724
Charles Huckeba .2766
Lester Bruno .2919

LV Grand
Jim Bawden .2277
Charles Huckeba .2575
Mike Cordes .2632
Larry Baggett .2809
Lester Bruno .2965

The 2 Gun went to Charles Huckeba with a .2670
BA
Hope I got the stats right

David Halblom
07-19-2009, 04:55 PM
Heavy Varmint 200
Charles Huckeba .2534 and small group .220
Larry Baggett .2649
Jim Erickson .2739
Don Mulhall .2833
Bryan Armatys .2880

Light Varmint 200
Jim Bawden .2532
Mike Cordes .2815 and small group .238
Lester Bruno .2928
Dean Thomas .2943
Roy Damron .2969

HV Grand
Jim Erickson .2388
Bryan Armatys .2595
Larry Baggett .2724
Charles Huckeba .2766
Lester Bruno .2919

LV Grand
Jim Bawden .2277
Charles Huckeba .2575
Mike Cordes .2632
Larry Baggett .2809
Lester Bruno .2965

The 2 Gun went to Charles Huckeba with a .2670
BA
Hope I got the stats right

The flags making any more sense?

David

bryan
07-19-2009, 05:23 PM
David, the flags are GREAT. Plus I've overcome some fobias about shooting in less than perfect conditions. Thanks
Bryan

David Halblom
07-19-2009, 05:44 PM
David, the flags are GREAT. Plus I've overcome some fobias about shooting in less than perfect conditions. Thanks
Bryan

a little bit of info and attention help...Glad to hear it

David

bryan
07-19-2009, 05:53 PM
You are a great individual, and there are pitifully few of us left.
BA

goodgrouper
07-20-2009, 11:03 PM
It was good to make your acquaintance Bryan. Thanks for the water under the bag tip. It was actually easier to pull my Jon Loh rest off the bench than it was my rear bag!:) That darn bench 65 needs the hump cut off of it so your bags don't get high centered.:eek:

Cheechako
07-21-2009, 09:07 AM
Good shooting!

I used to shoot with a guy named Jim Erickson. Maybe he's related to the one who won the HV Grand? The Erickson I knew was an old guy from Utah, he's probably dead by now. He lived in Hollywood at one time and may have been a movie star. Anybody remember him?

Ray

Butch Lambert
07-21-2009, 10:46 AM
Ray are you talking about the bean counter?
Butch

Cheechako
07-21-2009, 11:09 AM
Butch, yeah, I was hoping to get a rise out of him but I suppose he's taking a nap.:rolleyes:

Ray

bryan
07-21-2009, 05:55 PM
Jim, I'm glad I can now put a name with a face.
Good shootin' with ya.
Bryan

goodgrouper
07-21-2009, 06:41 PM
Butch, yeah, I was hoping to get a rise out of him but I suppose he's taking a nap.:rolleyes:

Ray

Last I heard, Jim was coming home sometime later this week so I guess he is taking a really long nap in the campground!:D

goodgrouper
07-21-2009, 06:43 PM
Jim, I'm glad I can now put a name with a face.
Good shootin' with ya.
Bryan

Likewise.

Dennis L Martin
07-22-2009, 04:07 PM
Since Jim is currently acting sheriff of the Coors Range, I think he might be headed to the Polce Academy.

bryan
07-22-2009, 06:46 PM
GAWD, Jim looked official with that badge on. I was scared to greet him and welcome him back to Raton for fear he was looking into "wants and warrants".
ba

Jim Erickson
07-23-2009, 02:07 PM
Spent a few days in the Rockies cooling off before coming home to this 100* heat.

Okay Ray, and you too Butch, where the hell you been? I've been hanging out in all the usual dives and the barmaids claim I just missed you! They also say that Jay Lynn may be a bad influence...don't know if that is true but he is the only Texan I know who can shoot backwards off a galloping horse. Seriously, before I get too old I'd like to see you guys at a match again...are either you or Ray going to make the Nationals?

Jim