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Re: Some Ariel Shooting

Postby Van/TX » Tue Aug 10, 2010 1:47 pm

Good stuff Kirk!...Van
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Re: Some Ariel Shooting

Postby Kirkll » Thu Aug 12, 2010 3:10 pm

Thanks for the offer Frank those kids were having a ball out there, and might appreciate it. i tried to find some in the sporting goods shops around here with no luck. i suppose i could cut these things a little closer to round. they definitely don't fly well. :oops:

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Re: Some Ariel Shooting

Postby Frank Addington » Thu Aug 12, 2010 3:14 pm

I will try and round up some targets next week... ok? Send me an email please w/ address and include zip code. These will be well worn but they'll have fun w/ them. I used foam discs in the 1980's. Now I try and use balloons because of extra baggage fees airlines charge. I can have five different sized targets with various sized balloons and they take up less room. I love discs, then people can see where you hit.

Email me at Aspirinbuster@aol.com and I will send some targets for those fellas. It will make a big difference.. they'll fly better.

No problem Kirk.
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Re: Some Ariel Shooting

Postby Widgeon » Tue Aug 24, 2010 9:42 pm

Excellent!

There's nothing quite like introducing new people, especially youth to our sport. Keep it up!
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