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    Default Tiadaghton Sportsmen's Association Range Trip.

    My wife picked up some clays and a thrower after the last trip to Tiadaghton. She was hooked after shooting some clays. She is itching to go. We will be going Aug 20th. We will be there by 5:00 pm. Anyone want to come we will be there. I started this Thread so it can be the Let's go Shooting at Tiadaghton thread.
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    The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned.

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    Default Re: Tiadaghton Sportsmen's Association Range Trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by B2Luv2Hunt View Post
    My wife picked up some clays and a thrower after the last trip to Tiadaghton. She was hooked after shooting some clays. She is itching to go. We will be going Aug 20th. We will be there by 5:00 pm. Anyone want to come we will be there. I started this Thread so it can be the Let's go to Shooting at Tiadaghton thread.
    I'll be there!

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    Thumbs up Re: Tiadaghton Sportsmen's Association Range Trip.

    I'll be there.

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    Default Re: Tiadaghton Sportsmen's Association Range Trip.

    Sounds good!

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    Default Re: Tiadaghton Sportsmen's Association Range Trip.

    got my membership. Now I just have to find were it's at LOL there website is down

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    Default Re: Tiadaghton Sportsmen's Association Range Trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by Saber View Post
    got my membership. Now I just have to find were it's at LOL there website is down
    We will get you there. Linda and I go up 44 after we go to nationals. It is about 17 miles up 44. There is a big sign on the left pointing to the turn off on the right. You could follow us up if you want.
    The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned.

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    Default Re: Tiadaghton Sportsmen's Association Range Trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by B2Luv2Hunt View Post
    We will get you there. Linda and I go up 44 after we go to nationals. It is about 17 miles up 44. There is a big sign on the left pointing to the turn off on the right. You could follow us up if you want.
    Sounds good. If I have time this weekend I might run up there and check it out. Also this was my first time in nationals. Man my cash credit cards were trying to jump out of my wallet. All those kimbers and that M1 grand had me jumpy.

    Cool group of guys there

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    Default Re: Tiadaghton Sportsmen's Association Range Trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by B2Luv2Hunt View Post
    We will get you there. Linda and I go up 44 after we go to nationals. It is about 17 miles up 44. There is a big sign on the left pointing to the turn off on the right. You could follow us up if you want.
    I wondered why you took Zinck Fork instead of Francis Farm rd when we we're leaving. I always take 664 but 44 avoids all those awful short twisty turns at the lower end of the pike.

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    Default Re: Tiadaghton Sportsmen's Association Range Trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by LowCapacity View Post
    I wondered why you took Zinck Fork instead of Francis Farm rd when we we're leaving. I always take 664 but 44 avoids all those awful short twisty turns at the lower end of the pike.
    Linda was driving and does not like those turns. She also was afraid of hitting a deer. I tried to tell her that we could just as easily hit one on 220.
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    Default Re: Tiadaghton Sportsmen's Association Range Trip.

    Penciled into the schedule, I hope the weather cooperates.

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