And I love the A-Team reference. Awesome.
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So I now have a small, but dedicated shooting group at work now. Three of us plus my brother in law went to the range last night. We've all agreed we need to make this at least an every other week event.
The even better part is that one of the women in the office that I've been working on for a while now seems to want in on the fun. That should make a nice addition to the group. Total corporate domination is what we're going for...
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And I love the A-Team reference. Awesome.
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That's great! I've tried and tried to coordinate the same thing at work but my plan hasn't come together. I'm afraid if I keep pushing for it, they're going to think I'm some kind of psycho!
Speaking of the A-Team, everyone that ever appeared on that show could really use some range time. Did they ever hit ANYTHING they were aiming at???
Seriously though, I seem to remeber seeing an interview with Steven Cannell and he asid that it was on purpose that no one was ever shot or killed on the show. He named some other shows that fell in the same category.
Way to go with the shooting group. I have a bunch interested at law school too, but we're all to darn busy to go. Maybe after finals are over???
When you've got 'em by the balls, their hearts & minds will follow. Semper Fi.
lucky for all of you who never saw The A-Team, the first few seasons can now be watched online courtesy of NBC!!
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A little story that started with a few guys at work...
Back many moons ago, when you could tell the difference between men and women without having to argue about it... several of us at work got together and worked out an agreement with the local police to use their range on Thursday night after 6 o'clock.
It started like yours did. We had such a great time that we started doing it every Thursday. The word got around and more and more people started joining in, soon we had over 20 shooters. We would shoot some bullseye, some PPC and even started our own "Hogans Alley".
Eventually it continued to grow. Around 1990, we got a new police chief (Yankee) that decided it was too much of a liability for us to use the range when one of his officers shot himself in the leg. Thats right, we got kicked off the range because a cop shot himself while trying to qualify.
So, there were enough of us by then that we leased some farmland and made our own range just a few miles down the road. We built some covered shooting platforms and still enjoyed shooting. We became big enough that we incorporated, formed a non-profit company,got NRA range insurance, and started collecting dues, that we turned back into the range. Eventually, we bought 40 acres out in the boonies and started from scratch.Sine then we bought another 45 which joins it. We are now one on the best private ranges in the state, and currently have over 500 members. We can keep our dues low...50 bucks a year, because we do CHL classes every couple of months, or whenever the situation dictates. All of the the time by the instructors is donated,all of us are NRA Instructors and certified by the State Police, and a typical class will net about 2500 bucks that goes straight into the kitty.
So far this year, the month of February netted 2550, March netted over 4000, and April netted 2800, and this does not include the cost of doing requals, which typically is worth around 400-500 hundred a month. Every bit of the money is turned back into the range for improvements and I just found out that we help more people get their CHL's than any other group in the state. We are big enough and have enough political clout that even the state government is starting to take notice.
And it all started when a few good ole boys got together and started shooting...
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Back many moons ago, when you could tell the difference between men and women without having to argue about it...
You didn't come through Flagstaff did you? Can't tell the difference here without the Crocodile Dundee test.
"These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier
and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the
service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the
love and thanks of man and woman."
-- Thomas Paine (The American Crisis, No. 1, 19 December 1776)
can't help but continue the off topic vector....
i'd love it if hollywood did a a team movie.... so many good actors out there- michael clark duncan would be great in BA Baracus role, bruce willis as the colonel, maybe, alot of easy casting for all those roles.