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Nutmeg Ryder, SASS # 74966

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About Nutmeg Ryder, SASS # 74966

  • Birthday 04/19/1972

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  • SASS #
    74966
  • SASS Affiliated Club
    Lincoln County Lawmen, Foster, RI

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Exeter, RI
  • Interests
    CAS of course, and whatever comes up

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  1. So was that you snickering at me this past Saturday? Sometimes the train just comes off the tracks, even if you swear you are doing everything the same!
  2. I never go into a match intending to miss, I even tell myself on the drive, "slow down just a split second, make sure there is a site picture etc" then the beep happens and the Tasmanian Devil comes out and i forget all of the go slower stuff. Shoot the way you want, some want to be fast, some want to be clean, some want to make smoke, some want to talk through the whole stage. If what you are doing makes you smile, keep doing that. I'd bet dimes to dollars that as you work on being accurate, you may be surprised that the speed will come back some. Good fundamentals on target acquisition, and trigger pull, then transitions, you do not necessarily need to run everywhere. There are a number of shooters who can't run, or even shuffle quickly, but they are accurate and efficient in their movements, and they finish very high up, often in front of those who run like a rabbit and shoot like a ..... well can't think of what they shoot like, but fast! It takes all kinds in this game, and it's a game so have FUN!
  3. Hey I had better check. What the heck! Who put all those margarita's on my card!
  4. Our club has a pair of poppers, that took a tank to knock them down, and the clay only comes up like 5'. Needless to say, not a fan favorite. We just purchased 2 spring loaded throwers, plat trips the trigger, and the spring loaded lever throws the clay, height is adjusted by the number of springs. We are looking forward to adding them in the stages this year. We also have two shotgun swingers, the activator falls out from under a weighted arm, the clay is in a holder on the other end, and swings in an arc, we make it more "interesting" by placing a no shoot target covering the clay at rest sometimes. We throw in a Texas Star and other flip down targets once in a while as well. And to plug a local shoot, if you like shotgun the Buzzard Boil in Connecticut each Columbus day weekend has plenty, If I recall correctly main match 12 stages was just shy of 90 shotgun rounds, if you shot clean. Fliers on almost every stage, plate racks, etc. defiantly a fun shoot.
  5. Howdy, What club does the clan match?  Thinking about doing something similar here in Rhode Island, to perhaps garner a little more interest. 

     

    Thanks 

     

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