5th Annual 2016 UCC Free CFP Course

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Re: 5th Annual 2016 UCC Free CFP Course

Postby jfwright1955 » Sun 20 Nov 2016 12:06 pm

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jfwright1955 wrote:That's how Snurd stays so slim... chasing around trying to photo bomb every picture. :spit:


I wish you wouldn't give away my secrets.

I did have some problems with the stapler I used. I had a couple failures to staple, and one squib. Luckily it was a quick fix, and I was still able to staple up more targets than jfwright1955. :dancing:
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:crying: Snurd did win the staple gun shootout so that's a must on next year's agenda so I can get revenge and even the score. :wink:
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Re: 5th Annual 2016 UCC Free CFP Course

Postby dewittdj » Tue 22 Nov 2016 9:01 pm

Received feedback from a number of students, all who have said that the class was very good, they liked the level of professionalism displayed by all of the volunteers, and they enjoyed the range time.

Thanks again for your support of this year's event!!!
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Re: 5th Annual 2016 UCC Free CFP Course

Postby Snurd » Tue 22 Nov 2016 9:10 pm

dewittdj wrote:Received feedback from a number of students, all who have said that the class was very good, they liked the level of professionalism displayed by all of the volunteers, and they enjoyed the range time.

Thanks again for your support of this year's event!!!


Excellent. :thumbsup:
Who was it that displayed professionalism? :lol2:


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Re: 5th Annual 2016 UCC Free CFP Course

Postby dewittdj » Wed 23 Nov 2016 2:51 pm

Snurd wrote:
dewittdj wrote:Received feedback from a number of students, all who have said that the class was very good, they liked the level of professionalism displayed by all of the volunteers, and they enjoyed the range time.
Thanks again for your support of this year's event!!!


Excellent. :thumbsup:
Who was it that displayed professionalism? :lol2:

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Geoff and John... :wink:
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Re: 5th Annual 2016 UCC Free CFP Course

Postby jfwright1955 » Wed 23 Nov 2016 2:53 pm

dewittdj wrote:
Snurd wrote:
dewittdj wrote:Received feedback from a number of students, all who have said that the class was very good, they liked the level of professionalism displayed by all of the volunteers, and they enjoyed the range time.
Thanks again for your support of this year's event!!!


Excellent. :thumbsup:
Who was it that displayed professionalism? :lol2:

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Geoff and John... :wink:

:spit:
Snurd, when are you going to learn. You knew that was coming after your last response. :ROFL:
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Re: 5th Annual 2016 UCC Free CFP Course

Postby Snurd » Wed 23 Nov 2016 3:22 pm

jfwright1955 wrote:
dewittdj wrote:
Snurd wrote:[quote="dewittdj"]Received feedback from a number of students, all who have said that the class was very good, they liked the level of professionalism displayed by all of the volunteers, and they enjoyed the range time.
Thanks again for your support of this year's event!!!


Excellent. :thumbsup:
Who was it that displayed professionalism? :lol2:

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Geoff and John... :wink:

:spit:
Snurd, when are you going to learn. You knew that was coming after your last response. :ROFL:[/quote]

We all know it couldn't have been those two. Maybe they were thinking of the other students.


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