Who is going? Shoot in support of cancer research

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Who is going? Shoot in support of cancer research

Post by VixChix » Tue Jan 01, 2013 11:29 am

Time for the annual Breast Cancer fundraiser at the Bow Shop in Waterloo.

Any other xbow shooters going?

For more info - check the link posted on the right side of the Bow Shop's page:

http://www.bow-shop.com/
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Re: Who is going? Shoot in support of cancer research

Post by wheelie » Tue Jan 01, 2013 4:26 pm

I am in for Saturday Morning for compound. Thinking about seeing if I can shoot Friday for crossbow as well for second donation if others are shooting Friday night. we should arrange another supper get together. I was lots of fun last time.
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Re: Who is going? Shoot in support of cancer research

Post by Doe Master » Tue Jan 01, 2013 4:26 pm

Most people are friendly towards us horizontal persons . :)
It is a good cause . :)
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Re: Who is going? Shoot in support of cancer research

Post by VixChix » Tue Jan 01, 2013 4:35 pm

I'm on the list for early line on Friday. Enjoyed the Friday night crowd more than the Saturday one. :D

Not sure I'd shoot on Saturday in the finals again if I made it. The organizers are very supportive, but some of the other competitors weren't crossbow-friendly. Hard to ignore some of the comments. :? We'll see.

Shooting well is robbed of meaning if others feel like a xbow is cheating.
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Re: Who is going? Shoot in support of cancer research

Post by wheelie » Tue Jan 01, 2013 4:45 pm

VixChix wrote:I'm on the list for early line on Friday. Enjoyed the Friday night crowd more than the Saturday one. :D

Not sure I'd shoot on Saturday in the finals again if I made it. The organizers are very supportive, but some of the other competitors weren't crossbow-friendly. Hard to ignore some of the comments. :? We'll see.

Shooting well is robbed of meaning if others feel like a xbow is cheating.
Even Elmira hunt club is not friendly with crossbows I found. Thats why I am a closet crossbower now! :lol: :lol: :lol: Met some real idiots there and have not been back since.

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Re: Who is going? Shoot in support of cancer research

Post by N8tr Boy » Wed Jan 02, 2013 7:05 am

Yup , i will be there this year for the Friday & pm time. I'm using my Mathews compound this year tho. I know I know . I just want to try it this time thru.Ya the Olympic peeps don't like the "click" of my Exomax :lol: :lol: . It wouldn't stop me using it there but I got the Mathews the other year and want to see how it performs under pressure :D . the last time I shot was beside wheel with his compound. A dinner date sounds like good times to. I would be in.
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