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Cajun's Match: Special "Thanks"...

April 23 2012 at 11:47 AM

HookEm  (Login HookEm)
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Just a quick note of appreciation to:
1) Walt Roller & Ken Hughes - for their help in taking my gun apart after the shoot on Saturday (spring is not broken, seal looks OK... just had too much lube around the piston & spring, causing "dieseling", and "flyers" as a result).

2) Charles Garvey - For oferring to let me share his gun on Sunday... I took him up on his offer, and I'm glad I did... Wow!, he's got that Rekord trigger set like a PCP.

3) And, of course, to the hosting club - for yet another great Cajun's match (my 10th in a row)... Food was great, and the BBQ on Saturday was almost as good as our Texas-style BBQ (just kidding Greg - LOL).

HookEm
P.S.
Kudos to David Alsup for shooting the PFT course with a loaner gun, and virtually "cleaning" what I'd consider a VERY difficult course, and in the process beating us all (and the owner of the gun... He, he).

 
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