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Offline rap36case

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Thank you from Tishomingo OK
« on: April 23, 2017, 08:59:25 PM »
Thank you for letting me participate on 04/22/17 at the MSC Tishomingo range. I have learn at lot and will continue to practice for that perfect 250 score. As a gunsmith student, I will build a rifle with the Appleseed AQT in mind.

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Re: Thank you from Tishomingo OK
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2017, 10:47:18 PM »
Excellent Appleseed at Tishomingo, and a big THX! to MSC Gunsmithing Program for hosting us at their range, and to Robb Webb for coordinating everything, especially the delicious hamburgers hot off the charcoal grill! My second AS and I was glad I came! A big thank you to Henschman for being the SB and lone instructor, but he got the job done, coaching me to qualifying Rifleman on the first AQT! Further thanks to TomCat, Scarecrow, Henschman, and David for their able instructing the weekend before at Norman, my first AS! Had a great time both weekends, learned a lot, eager to learn more and get more involved. Ready to accept Henschman's challenge of becoming an Orange Hat!

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Re: Thank you from Tishomingo OK
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2017, 04:10:05 PM »
I'm glad y'all had a good time at the inaugural Tishomingo Appleseed -- I sure did too.  Boomerang got heartbreakingly close to shooting Expert at the last Norman Appleseed, and came to Tishomingo to claim his patch!  Great job shooting Expert.  I look forward to more Tishomingo in the future, and to having Boomerang on the line as an instructor!  rap36case, it will be good to see how your rifle project turns out.   
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