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    Quote Originally Posted by mmszbi View Post
    And all this chiding going in Rosemary's direction...all in good fun, never meant to be harmful, if and when we meet she will just think she has known me for years...
    Michael...sweetie...I've been playing with Bill and his sick sense of humor for what seems like years and years. Your good fun and chiding was never taken as anything more than how it was given...so carry on darlin'. I can take and dish it out pretty well too! (May come from living in a house full of men for most of my life?) No harm, no foul...okay?

    (However, this doesn't mean you are exempt from the fly swatter or wooden spoon when we meet! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmszbi View Post
    But, I have an idea, a friend has a helmet cam, I bet he would let me use it. Yea, that would get some great 1st person video!
    If its ok, send me a copy of it. I have an ASD YouTube account, we could upload it and embed it here on the forum. It's a thought....
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    Default Helmet cam ... great idea ...

    Michael, a helmet cam could be way too cool to show the first person perspective ... love that Idea .. I work on saturday and if I went shooting early in the morning, I would just call off work the rest of the day ... who wants to go to work after a fun day shooting??
    I am looking forward to the time when you and Rosemary get to meet each other, you are both truly great people and will instantly hit it off together ...That rosemary has raised two grown hairy legged young men, so she can handle most anything I can think of .... no problem. As much as I enjoy you as a shooting partner, gotta admit that I sure enjoy Rosemary smacking me with a wooden spoon from time to time more.
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    Sounds like a great shoot house. Are there any DVD's of it? And one more question.....can they really change the scene all that much?

    To answer your question....no we have nothing cool like that.

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    Yea, they do change it a LOT. The shoothouse consists of a large storage shed, a door on each end. There are 4 windows with targets outside, no targets inside. The shed has been altered to have several wall panels on rollers that can be reconfigured. Once you have cleared the targets from inside the building, you progress out the back door (first clearing those targets that can get ya) and proceed to clear the targets outside, hopefully getting to the prize of touching the bowling pin. Nothing can be seen of what is outside as they have put up landscaping cloth to block all sight of anything other than the front door. This is very much an offensive clearing scenario, with not only the window targets, some of which are movers, disappearing ones, poppers that start other targets....there are also curtains hung that in the breeze may expose you to targets, even momentarily. Quite stressful, but a lot of fun. I would love to try it out with my AR.

    My buddy has allowed me to use his helmet cam, should be very cool. Will send in the video....
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmszbi View Post
    My buddy has allowed me to use his helmet cam, should be very cool. Will send in the video....
    looking forward to that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Decline View Post
    looking forward to that!
    Ditto!
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    Well, the video will have to wait for next months shoot. Way to shaky, can't seem to get a good tight hold on my head without ripping out what little hair I have left. Then had trouble keeping the camera on, and pointed in the right direction. So, long story short, video sucked.
    Oh well, there is next month!
    Finished the IDPA shoot, drove home, unpacked, repacked and drove another hour to another range and finished a class (range portion) that I started earlier in the week. All in all a great day shooting. I love helping folks along in their firearms journey, that is what it is, a journey. You are never done traveling the path.
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    I wonder if a camara could be mounted to the gun?

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    That would be fun to watch. Might cause a bit of motion sickness not for those who are sensitive to viewing sharp upward thrusting motions...
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