Still has you beat sir shakes alot*L* Your old buds(and they really don't like you) say your ability to shoot under pressure sucks.Says you were last in every match ya ran, and although you talked a good game you just couldn't quite make the grade.
Well its been about 9 years since I shot an IPSC qualifier, so what are you talking about? Does anyone know how we could get ahold of gunkids scores from the beginning? Didn't the old, old Soldier of Fortune magazines back around '75, 76 cover the match in South Africa? Not much else going on, I figure I'll head out to the range for another couple of hours of shooting.
I was probably the first one to tell him he was an idiot. Back in the days of his "Bugout Board", when he wanted to float down the Mississippi and shoot people in the back for their kit. Plus, I'm cute, cuddly, own a whole bunch of guns, am a good shot, was a "lifer" in the Army, have a kick @ss job blowing stuff up 5 days a week, have a good wage and actually shoot in competition!
"John Davis was an esentric IPSC shooter that was hot when he was on and often fell apart in competition. Most everyone in the relativly small IPSC crowd knew him for the same reason most folks in the internet "gun culture" reconize his name".
Melvin, back 25 years ago when I last shot IPSC, I was not a "D" class shooter. What you don't realize that is anyone who takes the time and effort to take the IPSC " Black Badge" Course, purchase firearms, spare equipment, practice and ultimately to compete even to a "D" class level, their capability is far superior to someone who intermittently shoots occasionally between prison sentences. Never underestimate your opposition Melvin, it could kill you!
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