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Old 12-30-2021, 11:40 AM
USriflecal30 USriflecal30 is offline
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Originally Posted by Cincinatus View Post
The young are truly amazing sometimes. The other day, I received the Fall 2021 edition of the GCA Journal. On the cover is a young slip of a girl holding her grandfather's M1 Garand. The Garand is about as big as she is. On page 8, an article states that this young woman went to Perry for the first time this year, and, with her AR 15, shot 55th in the President's Hundred. The article then goes on to mention another young woman from North Carolina who went Distinguished at age 16, shot 11th in the President's Hundred, which qualified her for the final shoot-off, and ended in 7th place with a score of 395-15X. She cleaned the prone rapid. She shot a 496-25x in the NTI setting a new record for High Woman shooter. Looking at her picture, she can't be more than 18-19 years old, if that. These kids are truly amazing. I am green with envy of their ability. Only in my dreams can I shoot as well as they can.
Not that it's much different buy Haley is 22 now I think (CMP still has her as a junior because they gave every an extra year because of 2020). She and her dad Bobby shoot at our club very often. They are great people and both stunningly good, and they are consistently that good (Bobby cleaned 200 pts standing last year). And they've both only been shooting since 2015 or 2016. I dunno why the kids are so good, but it's amazing.

If you haven't seen any of the pre-teens and teens shoot .22 rifles in Steel Challenge, go watch. Then you'll see how much you suck.
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