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Match Directors offering beer and wings will

January 23 2018 at 6:00 PM
Terry E  (Login TleVta)
YF12

Definitely get more people interested in the sport of Field Target competition. Just sayin....

 
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SteveV
(Login stevevines)
YC

Can't argue with your logic -

January 23 2018, 7:42 PM 

AAFTA, you listening?

 
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dan_house
(Login dan_house)
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What kind of beer? and what flavor wings?

January 24 2018, 1:36 PM 

love the idea though happy.gif

 
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Mark Kauffman
(Login Mark_in_AZ)
YF12

Hey guys, this has been.....

January 24 2018, 4:01 PM 

...just casual get togethers after the match is over.....but still fun to do.

It doesn't matter if you are grabbing a burger, or a 7 course dinner, it is the camaraderie that is being promoted.

It happened to be a Buffalo Wild Wings across the street from the motel where we stayed that prompted the comment. We have had groups of 6 to 8 shooters get together anywhere from the Lumberyard to the Outback Steak house and everywhere in between. One year we had a large group converge on Mormon Lake Steak House, but larger groups tended to get a bit unwieldy, service not so good, and hard to talk from one end of the table to the other.

I am sure that most clubs have somewhere to congregate at after the matches. Currently we have been hitting a little place about 3 miles west of Ben Avery range that makes excellent burgers. Sitting around afterwards and chewing the fat about airguns is a great way to wind down rather than heading for home right away.

That being said, if any of you guys come to shoot with us, expect to get invited along after the match.

Cheers.
Mark

 
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K
(Login Knobs)
YC

Yeah but.........

January 24 2018, 9:26 PM 

.......didn't he mean during the match?

Knobs

 
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Mark Kauffman
(Login Mark_in_AZ)
YF12

That wouldn't work.....

January 24 2018, 11:07 PM 

....he'd just end up getting wing sauce and ranch dressing all over the stock of his gun....and belching after a brew or two would throw his aim off terribly....LOL

 
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H├ęctor Medina
(Login HectorMedina)
YF

Don't know what would be worse

January 25 2018, 1:10 PM 

if the belching, or the rifling's reaction to BBQ sauce smeared pellets.

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Keep well and shoot straight!



HM

 
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Mark Kauffman
(Login Mark_in_AZ)
YF12

That might end up being......

January 25 2018, 8:53 PM 

.....a better pellet lube anyway.

I am guessing that it would have to be applied evenly around the whole pellet......LOL

MK

 
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Chris Corey
(Login NCairgunner)
YF12

Their hospitality is second to none...

January 24 2018, 5:29 PM 

By the way it was Mango Habanero wings & Blue Moons to wash them down


    
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Mark Kauffman
(Login Mark_in_AZ)
YF12

Mine were.....

January 24 2018, 6:44 PM 

traditional hot with ranch and 2-3 Guinness.

Good stuff.

Don't let Chris steer you wrong; he had steam coming out of his ears.....LOL

 
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dan_house
(Login dan_house)
YC

Ah great combo!

January 26 2018, 1:03 PM 

I gotta get down your guys's way for a match

 
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Brazos
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In Granbury we feed people

January 29 2018, 10:08 PM 

At my matches in Granbury, TX we have fed lunch after every match since our first match 4 years ago. We have a club member that is his mission in life to do this so why not. For the first few years we just grilled hot dogs which only cost around $25/match. The past year or so we upgraded to bratwurst which cost around $60/match. Since the matches end at lunch time I just think it is a good way to end things. We don't serve beer but we are a private club so once the match is over and the rifles are put away drink what you brought. I appreciate everyone driving a pretty good distance to come to my matches. It's makes me feel better if I can buy their lunch before sending them home.

 
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