sorry guys i just can't do it this year..hopefully next year
Would ja PM me his phone #???that would be great...call jackie
I came to the 2nd or 3rd of the BBB/Top Gun events held at Jackie's. Can't remember the year, but I want to say around 2001 or 2. What has always impressed me is how families are welcome, especially kids. And brand new or inexperienced shooters have always been welcome. When I first went, all I had was a .30-06 deer rifle and a desire to learn.There's lot's to be said for a meet and greet and shoot for fun no competition format. No pressure. No setting up all night loading shells for 5 different guns to shoot in 3 classes. It would be more enjoyable and you would not be forced to be there at 8 a.m. and leave at dark thirty.
Win, Win situation. Just have someone monitor the range for safety.
No one is taken advantage of, no complaints.
Similar to the Rebal Grey Classic at the DOME in 2014, 5 years ago. Can you believe it was 5 years ago. I had people from 6 states with no formal competition. Just shoot for fun. Tom Morely was first to arrive on Thursday and Shane Gregory was last to leave on Sunday.
I was the host and with no formal competition, I was not stressed at all.