Monthly Archives: July 2010

Chilliwack, BC Day 3 – Much Better Day!

Today I only dropped 3 points total! Much better than yesterday’s 9 total. All of my US shooters and I are pretty much even in total scores. Let’s see, we shot at 300 meters, my score was 49/50 and 5. … Continue reading

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Chilliwack, BC Day 2 – What’s a Weeble?

I had quite the laugh today. And so did everyone else at my expense. We are shooting V targets instead of our digits target. So a V is the X ring. When I shot V’s my partner would call out … Continue reading

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Chilliwack, BC Day 1 Practice

I was able to drive up to BC this morning since practice did not start until 2:00. Getting through the border was easy and uneventful. I am staying at the Vedder River Inn. Turns out the entire British Rifle Team … Continue reading

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US Customs Office – Not Sure What They Thought of Me

I went in tho the US Custom’s Office today to register my rifle for Canada. 6ft gal with 4″ heels and dress drives up in Orange Daytona Charger RT. (Looked pretty much like Shoot Like A Girl avatar at right) … Continue reading

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Testing Bullets Today

Every other Thursday there is a practice match at Cascade Rifle Range. Quite a few people showed up today. I suspect it is because people are starting to head east to Ohio for Nationals and need some last minute rifle … Continue reading

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Camp Perry Nationals

Both Charles and I have decided to go to Camp Perry this year. Um.. that means next month. Yes, we decided a bit at the last minute. But hey, never too late! Unfortunately we are going at different times. Since … Continue reading

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41st Division High Power Rifle Regional Championship Day 2

Happy 4th of July in this great country! A new tradition started at this match this year that I hope will be done all the time. We had “Colors” presented before the match started each day. The Flag and anthem … Continue reading

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