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Offline George Hacker

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Theophilus, Joni, and ShadowMan Are Coming to Town
« on: June 08, 2012, 12:44:30 PM »
Montana instructors, Applecore, and shooters,

Theophilus, Joni, and I will be coming to help with the July 14-15 Great Falls shoot.  There are currently 18 shooters signed up and the line has been extended to accommodate 40.  I sent out press releases earlier this week so hopefully we will fill the line (wouldn't that be nice?).

If you are a shooter, please bring a friend or two with you.  We also look forward to meeting some of the orange hats that live in the great state of Montana.  Hope we can see you there.

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Offline Roland

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Re: Theophilus, Joni, and ShadowMan Are Coming to Town
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2012, 01:14:22 PM »
Well, when I said I might be interested in tagging along with ya'll for this shoot, I didn't realize that I'm already signed up for a CDA shoot the very same weekend. Oh well. Next time it is!

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