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Prayers go out to Arlene and Family We will miss Dick and the jokes he sent my way.
Fritz back in from the SW zone.
I sent this question to Bob Felber of the central handicap committee
Yes, a shooter can stand anywhere behind his assigned yardage mark as long as he is touching the imaginary line thru the center of the post. See Section VII, E., paragraph 10.
page 30 in rule book.
Hope this answers your question.
On 5/28/2018 7:58 AM, Ken Cerney wrote:
I have a question about Section VI para A It states that a shooter MUST stand on the highest WHOLE yardage punched. Mt question is, is it allowable for a shooter to stand anywhere in that yardage box, NOT ahead of the line or the next line behind. I ask this because of ½ yard shooters that want to stand at about the ½ yard position within the yard box area.
If the ATA says you can stand anywhere with in the box that is fine with me.
Mike shooters can stand anywhere behind his / her assigned yardage mark as long as they are touching the imaginary line thru the center of the post Section VII E. 10
Thanks Chops and Amy for posting.
Don, Good Sam does that, they get you towards the top on google, bing, and other search engines. That’s the promoting.
At one time it was talked about joining a group like GOOD SAMS. They would get better coverage on the web for us also listed in many other publications. It would be a PROMOTER for us.
Thanks JD We love having you down to our club. Thanks for coming and shooting with me today.
Old guys can do old things like like oh crap forgot what I was going to say.
Which thread are you referring to?
Don is your LITTLE RED WAGON motorized?
ATVS, UTVS, Motorbikes and GOLF CARTS brought to the State shoot will need to be registered this year. You will need proof of insurance in order to be registered. Bring a copy of your insurance with you to the State Shoot and I will issue you a permit. To cut cost I will not mail any out this year. You will be able to contact me on my cell phone ( 608-391-1983 ) or stop by my campsite ( 111 ). If you have any questions please contact me ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) .
You tell him JD
Don from you I would do most anything. Now with all those women that are bothering you, you COULD CALL ME for help on that.