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I didn't lose my State champ title to a better man....

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Unread 07-30-2009, 12:43 AM
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I didn't lose my State champ title to a better man....

but I lose it to a better woman, my wife! I must say it's been a pretty fun summer getting to compete with my better half. This being her third time competing.
She has been an excellent student and has learned extremely fast. She has always been a good shot, but never worked with dialing a scope in to various ranges, never had to follow the wind or shoot at these distances.

On July 12th was the North Dakota State Championship long range "F" class match. It consisted of 4 relays each 20 rounds at 1,000 yds.

The winds were challenging, but she managed to keep on top of it.

I'm pretty proud of her and wanted to share her Accomplishment.

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    Unread 07-30-2009, 12:59 AM
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    Re: I didn't lose my State champ title to a better man....

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    but I lose it to a better woman, my wife! I must say it's been a pretty fun summer getting to compete with my better half. This being her third time competing.
    She has been an excellent student and has learned extremely fast. She has always been a good shot, but never worked with dialing a scope in to various ranges, never had to follow the wind or shoot at these distances.

    On July 12th was the North Dakota State Championship long range "F" class match. It consisted of 4 relays each 20 rounds at 1,000 yds.

    The winds were challenging, but she managed to keep on top of it.

    I'm pretty proud of her and wanted to share her Accomplishment.

    308nate




    That is awsome good to see she is keepingall the fellas honest.
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    Unread 07-30-2009, 03:37 AM
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    Re: I didn't lose my State champ title to a better man....

    That is so cool that she keeps winning!
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    Unread 07-30-2009, 04:41 AM
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    Re: I didn't lose my State champ title to a better man....

    Congratulations, Elizabeth.
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    Re: I didn't lose my State champ title to a better man....

    A big congrats to the winner......a big bwhaa haaa haaa to the losers.....J/K I had my butt kicked by a 14 year old girl one time. Men are at no advantage to the ladies when it comes to trigger pulling.
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    Re: I didn't lose my State champ title to a better man....

    Look on the bright side Nate you are the 2009 F-class COACH of the year.



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    Re: I didn't lose my State champ title to a better man....

    Congrats!!! To both of you...
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