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    IBS Score Shooter of the Year Results updated

    Score Shooter of the year results up to July 12th have just been posted at

    http://international-benchrest.com/

    Congratulations To Ron Collins currently in first place in VFS class and to Orland Bunker and Frank McKee currently tied for the lead in 6 Power class.

    Dick Grosbier
    IBS Webmaster

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    Hmmm...

    Interesting.

    Good to see everyone gets an update now. Early on, and such.

    I don't recall this being done in the prior years, though. But we'll keep watching.... We'll DEFINATELY keep watching....

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    NBRSA board should hire Dick to setup and run a web site.
    Professional work Dick.

    JD

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    Quote Originally Posted by lws View Post
    Interesting.

    Good to see everyone gets an update now. Early on, and such.

    I don't recall this being done in the prior years, though. But we'll keep watching.... We'll DEFINATELY keep watching....
    Actually LW,
    Gary Long usually has his first update out in early June (usually at the Bud Pryor) but this year and last year it has been later because it has become a much bigger job to track all this data.

    I do not have the detailed data but he told me in spite of gas prices and everything else score shoot attendance is still actually up slightly over last year.

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    I think...

    "in spite of gas prices and everything else score shoot attendance is still actually up slightly over last year."

    that statement is true because no matter the locale, you can find a bunch of "good guys" to shoot with. Realizing that statement I just made comes from a certified rookie, if it were not true, I would be off somewhere else trying to shoot "birdies" on a different range.

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